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 ministry.