Music Veteran Bob Grace's Mission Trip To The Philippines Saw Many Lives Touched.. See His Trip In Pictures!
The former music business entrepreneur who signed The Spice Girls and whose autobiography, Rock Solid is out now... has just returned from a mission trip to the Happy Church in Ozamiz in the Philippines. Here he tells us how the dynamic church he visited is producing much fruit in the lives and community there. The community church - lead by Somerset builder Malcolm Dando needs a generator and a mini-bus to help reach people higher up the mountain. Find out more.
(PICTURES: ANNA GRACE AND SOME OF THE MOUNTAIN CHILDREN, BOB AND A MEMBER OF THE HAPPY CHURCH TEAM OUTSIDE A PRISON, )MALCOLM AND MEME DANDO, TEENAGERS / NEW CHURCH MEMBERS)
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We have just returned from the city of Ozamiz in the Philippines. They completed a three week mission trip in the nearby mountain village of Kinuman. They run the Kinuman Project from Bath, which is a community based church, lead by Somerset builder Malcolm Dando and his Filipino wife Meme
The church building was paid for over several months with money raised entirely in Bath. This summer was the first anniversary of the church building and the 200 strong church members praised the Lord for His faithfulness through the families of Bath. Much of the money raised was based on the promise of God, 'God is with you through those who help you'.
The Kinuman church is now over flowing with teenagers who are also bringing parents and grandparents to faith! Last spring 40 new members were baptized in the sea! There are now many new members waiting for the next baptism.
On this recent trip, me and my family brought a Bath graduate from the Embassy Bible College. The mission team prayed with male and female inmates in the town prison, and led worship. They taught and ministered to students at the local bible school and held a Healing service open to all. Bob taught at the Saturday evening men’s discipleship group which now has 30 members. We were invited into homes to prayer for the sick, recently bereaved, and the broken-hearted. Many healings and at least 25 people coming to salvation was the great blessing of the whole trip.
Malcolm and Meme have shared with us that they are in urgent need of a generator (as the electricity is often cut off), more chairs as the church keeps growing, and a mini bus to go higher up the mountain to bring families down to worship and pray. We pray that the churches and businesses of Bath will continue to plant seed and partner with God in His work.
The families of Kinuman continue to pray for the families of Bath as we both are being transformed in Christ.
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