Danny and Lorie Macuhahave been serving with us since 2011.
Living and working in the Philippines, they have many effective ministries to share the love of Jesus with people. These include: an education program, feeding programs for malnourished children, hygiene programs, church planting, and community development programs to help the Mangyan tribal people improve their quality of life and come together in community.
Batangas & Mindoro island
News and Prayer Points
After recent serious flooding across Mindoro island in the Philippines, church leaders across the island have mobilised to distribute essential relief in several affected communities - with your support. Thank you!
Will you help us provide clean water for more Mangyan tribal communities?
Update 13 October 2018
Four Mangyan tribal communities are now installing clean water systems on Mindoro island, and safe water will be flowing very soon!
Update 1 December 2018
Four Mangyan tribal communities on Mindoro island in the Philippines now have access to clean water, following the installation of new spring-fed tank systems, with two more tank systems and one JetMatic pump system* to be installed in three other remote villages very soon!
* total of six tank systems and one JetMatic system (not four / two as reported in the newsletter)
Update 4 January 2019
Pastor Danny Macuha reports that a ‘State of Calamity’ has been declared, following Tropical Depression Usman, in the areas of Naujan, Baco, Calapan City, Socorro, Pinamalayan, Pola, Bongabong, and Bansud in Oriental (East) Mindoro, The Philippines.
Most of the photos below were sent to him by pastors and friends in the region. Danny writes: “Please continue to pray Mindoro. To much damaged in infrastructure, rice field. and houses. Some road are not passable. some was stay in evacuation centre. Many churches was so affected by the flood. We hope that we are able to help them. Needs food pack, hygiene, and blanket.”
Can you help us provide these essential items through Ps Danny and his co-workers on Mindoro Island? Donate now, to ensure funds can be sent early next week when Danny and his team hope to be able to reach the most affected remote communities.