Poll: MEDICAL MISSION to Philippines from New Jersey, JULY 2009
Poll: Anybody who wants to join this mission trip?
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Posted almost 4 years ago
FOR MISSIONS FULFILLMENT:
Hello Fellow Nurses I am going to share with you all that this coming July a huge medical mission will be happening by the grace of God through Bible Church International whom my uncle is a Senior Pastor ( Jeremiah Lepasana) and they will be coming from New Jersey, we are keeping in touch through e-mail about the venue of meetings.
I have read their website and they posted their activities which you will see below, if anybody of you care to help out this cause please do so earlier, let me know too how can i connect you with them, below is their website.
I would like to join this mission trip however I need support from many philantrophist if you wish to give your donations to charity so my brother a recent graduate of nursing and me as a nurse can really go and participate for the coming mission please visit
go to www.millionaireinlove.doodlekit.com/album
this website is dedicated to our past involvement in medical mission trip last year of which my husband and I came, we served about three hundred poorest people in Cagayan, Rizal, Philippines. We invested time,effort,finances to make this possible without a compensatory value, just doing a free service to please our GOD.We travelled far and left our normal comfort zones and faced an exciting journey, people who benefitted cannot afford to get a medical care and medicines in remote areas, they lined up just to be checked up and so i realized how fortunate people in most advance countries are.
when you visit on that site please click charity .Thank you so much who respond.My brother a student nurse graduate and I as a nurse are really interested to come and help so much people.Karen Already sent one bunch of medicines to the church, I met her here in nursing link.I do thanked her for the good things she has done
I got all the details below from the Church informations web.
Thank you all.
Philippine Medical Mission 2009
Sunday, July 05, 2009 - Friday, July 10, 2009
Coordinator: Pastor Ed Ramos
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When our LORD Jesus Christ gave us the parable on caring for the needy in Matthew 25:40 …'I tell you the truth, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me.' BCI, seeks to be the church that God is pleased. Obeying God in the mission mandate has always been the focus.
Since 2003, BCI have been obeying the command to “Go” and preach the gospel to the entire world, choosing the Philippines as the first country that the church adopted to be the mission field. Today, we are reaching out to three more countries, namely Thailand, Cambodia and Dubai.
On July 5-10 of 2009, a group of BCI members will once again “Go” and fulfill the command in serving the underprivileged communities in the Luzon area of the Philippines. To be led by our Pastors, Rev. Jeremiah Lepasana and Pastor Ed Ramos, BCI members are willing to leave the comforts and convenience of America, to go to a place that is totally outside of their comfort zone. For the fourth time, will be giving out free Medical Services, medicines, as well as vitamins to the people who will avail of it.
There will be 7 sites that they will be ministering to -- treating approximately 4,000 men, women and children. There will be opportunities to share the gospel. At the end of the mission trip, there will also be training sessions geared towards equipping the Pastors and Leaders in the various BCI affiliated churches in the Philippines.
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The medical Mission trips were not just for the beneficiaries, but also for all who joined. Because after the trip, their commitment to the Great Commission become stronger; their appreciation to the blessings that they have became deeper and their passion to share the good news of salvation to the world have been rekindled.
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