The Mary the Queen boat reached Odiongan port at 4:00 a.m. on April 3. I had planned to sleep a bit after 11 hours at sea, but sleep wouldn’t come. So I stayed up. I didn’t have the slightest idea that I’d be spending 3 hours in jail that day. This all started from an … Read more Goal: From Prisoner to Preacher
Have you ever wondered how 3ABN is making a difference around the world? Let me tell you the story of a lady whose life has been changed dramatically by 3ABN’s ministry! Eva Duenas lives in Bacolod City, Philippines, and tells us that her search for God has been a long journey. “I grew up as … Read more When God touches you
May God bless you in abundance this New Year 2007. It’s now getting quite tough to take care of 270+ adopted ministers, and to make sure that there are enough funds for them every month. So I am constantly praying for blessings for all the sponsors like you. I know God will continue to bless … Read more Happy New Year!
Do you believe that angels could show themselves to humans to deliver messages? I received this story from Marlon Manlapao, a missionary to the Manobos, a mountain tribe of Mindanao. Marlon tells his story: The sky was gloomy on that rainy and chilly 18th night of September 2002 when my family sat down for a … Read more The “Tumanod”
By Pastor Alejandro Cardiente, Filipino minister in Thailand: The Mien camping is over. Campers exchanged farewells. I have many things to thank God. First, for the successful Mien camping 2006. Second, the baptism which resulted to 5 precious souls. Third, no one got sick of the extreme cold weather. It was a very stressful but … Read more Baptism in Thailand
Very early one morning I received bad news that my neighbor’s only son (Noykin) was in the hospital. Although they are not Christians (but spirit’s worshipers), I felt really bad so I asked the brethren who brought the news to join me in prayer. I asked God for a miracle for the boy and to … Read more The Faith of a Buddhist Mother
An epidemic of German measles struck the village. We were not able to save two of the babies. My heart ached as I watched the parents weep over the loss of their precious youngones. But there were other babies to attend to. The houses in the village were scattered some distance apart, making it impossible … Read more “I will kill that Maestro!”
“Says the Lord,’ I will rescue him, I will protect him, for he acknowledge My name.’” Psalm 91: 14 The sun had just set and the surroundings had darkened. It was a Monday afternoon and I had just left the house of a paralyzed patient whom I had been caring for for several months. Hunger … Read more The Bomb and the All-Knowing Timer
The first batch of adopted ministers of Southern Mindanao Mission traveled by plane from General Santos City to Manila, then by boat to Romblon. The plane ride and the trip to Manila was a first for most of them. The group included: Romulo Tuballes, Elmer Romano, Carlito Arguisa, Nilson Peroy, Peter Talledo, Marlon Antonio, Michael … Read more A long way from home….
Sharing Jesus in a Buddhist country “Ma’am, please send more ministers to Thailand,” wrote Alejandro Cardiente, a Filipino Theology graduate under Adopt a Minister International who now works in Thailand. “The Mien and the Thai people need to hear about Jesus or they’ll just die without knowing the plan of Redemption.” adopt a minister Immediately, … Read more Adopt a Minister March 2006