Thank you for praying for our student Deannie

Deannie is in her 3rd year of collage. She was boiling wax and the container slipped from her hand and burned parts of her left  torso, face, and hand. Her mother reports, “Yeah, it is really a miracle of healing. Because the Doctor said that she needs to rest for a month. Then within 2 weeks the wounds healed.  When we visit again for follow up, the Dr. was surprised because it healed in a quick time for a 3rd degree burn and no scaring on her chest. Keep her in your...

Update On Our Students

In November we had the opportunity to visit the “Church of the redeemed Ones” where our student Margorie attends. She is now 14. We spent the morning worshiping together. She is doing very well in school and is working part time helping her grandmother....

Join Us In Supporting Students For 2017

Mission Concepts supports students in the Philippines Marjorie starts grade 8 in June. She was abandoned by her parents and is being raised in a squatter village by the grandparents. She was too shy to go to school because of a large tumor hanging from her forehead. With some help from the church, a government program and Mission Concepts supporters she received a surgery and started school at age 8.  We will continue to encourage her and financially support her through high school and college. We are helping  the working widow, Mhey Loreto, put Deanie and Denise through  college. Their bother, Dennis Joshua, is finishing high school. Ellamae Vilan comes from a poor fishing family in a remote area of Southern Luzon. Her parents are not believers, but she and her sister are faithful to the church we visited last year. We started supporting her and this year her sister, Ellaine, who enters the first grade. Public school is free but the students pay for their uniforms, transportation and food. Last year we started giving two high school students a boost in their transportation and food expenses. Bart and Syca (no picture available) have little support at home. Without their church and Mission Concepts it would be difficult for them to complete the 12th grade. Student Support We only have two people who give directly to help us support these children. Please pray for these children and about joining us in this life changing...

Students supported through Mission Concepts

          We went across the bay in a banka (small outrigger boat) and found an excited church. I heard this 7 yr. old girl, Ellamae Vigas,  singing all the worship songs by heart. Her parents are notbelievers. We are supporting her for her 3rd grade expenses and will continue to help her through school and college or Bible school if she wants. Mission Concepts supports three children who’s father passed away unexpectedly at the age of 30 June 27,2005. Their mother Mhey Loreto is working hard to support them for the last 11 years. We supported their father and his siblings through school when we lived in the PI. They graduated and went on to be professionals. We have seen this family overcome many hardships and the children faithful to work hard in school. They live in Zamboanga, PI. Deannie Mae Loreto graduated from high School and is now in second year College Philippians 4:13 is her life verse.     Dennis Joshua Loreto is 14years old.  Denise Keith Loreto is 13 years old.                             Dennis (16)  graduated from 10th grade March 2017. The new ruling for High School in the Philippines is to complete two more years to graduate. 2016 They have adopted the American 12 years of education before going on to College or University.   We visit and help support “Hope for Kids” In Zamboanga, PI  hopeforkidsintl.com  ...

Marjorie Graduated from the 6th Grade!

We are so excited to see that Marjorie has graduated from the 6th grade in March, 2016. In the Philippines this is a major accomplishment, especially for a person with her back ground. She had a large tumor hanging from her forehead. Her mother abandoned this squatter family so her father took her brother and left her to be raised by the grandparents. Their shanty home partially collapsed in a flood. Marjorie was too shy to go to school because of her deformity. Through the local church we reinforced their home and eventually moved it to another area. With some help from the church, a government program and Mission Concepts supporters she received a surgery and started school at age 8.  We will continue to encourage her and financially support her through high school and college if she wants to go. Please pray for her and her grandparents. Squatter village life is huge struggle...