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As you may have seen on the news, Super-
Many houses have been destroyed or seriously damaged, and crops have been lost through the flooding.
Danny Macuha (Batangas & Mindoro) wrote:
“Last night the typhoon Ruby cross in Batangas we experience heavy rain and strong wind, and we thanks God who protect us. Thanks for all your prayers.
Concerning Mindoro. They are all safe, and not too much damage to their property. But many of our brethren are still in the evacuation centres. The rice field newly planted was 70% destroyed because of much flooding. Our Mangyan brethren experience too much rain and strong winds, causing much damage to their source of food.
Please pray for their immediate needs"
Rolly Vasey (Cebu) wrote:
“Praise God! through prayers all over the world, super typhoon Ruby weakened to strong typhoon but still made a tremendous damages, from power cut off, trees have been uprooted and blown down, destroyed rice fields and different kinds of crops, roof houses were blown away and other means of their livelihood wherein they just started.
As of now, most of our brethren are still in the evacuation centers. Praise God! the government immediately distributed relief goods for the evacuees but there are still needs that the Government is not concern so we are praying and hoping that [we -
Philip Gonzales (Mindanao) wrote:
“The typhoon has already passed by or is still somewhere in :Luzon. Cabadbaran was not affected but Cebu, Leyte, Samar and most of the Visayan islands was. Off course the place where Danny is has not been spared.
But thank God it wasn't as strong as Haiyan. I'm been receiving report form our network in Samar and Leyte. It seems they were more prepared for "Hagupit" thus lessening the damage. I will be visiting Leyte Jan 2015.”
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Thank you again for your prayers and support for The Philippines!
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