A Pastors Perspective on COVID (Philippines)

By Kenneth James Maputol Pastor of First Davao City Church As a measure to limit the spread of COVID-19 in the Philippines, President Rodrigo Duterte declared the entire nation under “Community Quarantine”.  The national mandate should be strictly implemented in every Local Government Unit (LGU) and Davao City is not exempt from the order.  The… Continue reading A Pastors Perspective on COVID (Philippines)

Dealing With COVID in a Tourist Economy (Saipan)

By Mat and Justin COVID-19, you hear so many quotes. On the island of Saipan, the one we hear the most: “Well, if you’re going to be stuck anywhere, being stuck on a tropical island isn’t so bad.” However, here are some numbers: within the first month of this global pandemic, our island lost 50+million… Continue reading Dealing With COVID in a Tourist Economy (Saipan)

Food Assistance During COVID-19 (India and Honduras)

Many in Honduras (especially the poor) are suffering. We have been in a complete lockdown that is being enforced by the police and military. By the last number of our ID cards, one can get out every 10 days to go to the grocery, pharmacy or bank. We were able to buy rice, beans, and… Continue reading Food Assistance During COVID-19 (India and Honduras)

Ministry In Extraordinary Times (Honduras)

By Honduras Missionaries Locked down…the Faith Home campus was preemptively self-quarantined about a week before the government started shutting down Honduras. We stocked up on supplies and made the decision to stop all traffic in and out. Faith Home does have a few children that Dr. Sharon identified as high risk. Unfortunately, Faith Home is… Continue reading Ministry In Extraordinary Times (Honduras)