Dapitan City, Zamboanga del Norte

As a pastor, our mission is to save souls, transform people to be Christ-like, pray for the blind to see, the mute to speak and the deaf to hear. I think the disability of a person is both literal and figurative.

There are people who chose to be blind when it comes to seeking the truth of God, those who chose to be mute to be silent about what is just and those fortunate people who chose to be deaf to people who are in need.

The best medicine for the disabled person is to discern what God wants for him or her, and the only way to help them recover is to preach the Word of God and show in action the love of God.

My heart was touched by the need of the people to hear the Word of God so I decided to learn how to share His Word. I enrolled at Asia Harvesters College and Seminary in June 2014. I am now a resident full-time pastor of Manila Blind Church.

Our Ministry

Our primary focus is on the visually impaired people. Our registered members are more than 180, and most of them are visually impaired and in need financially.

We are giving these people opportunities for skills development like massage therapy and computer-related courses. We also provide free lunch on Sundays, and a place to stay for those who travel from different provinces.

Our regular activities are Sunday worship service, bible study, prayer meeting, morning devotion and visitation. We also have ministry for adults, singles, youth, and children.

We have devotions every morning, bible study and men’s fellowship on Wednesday evenings, prayer meeting on Friday evenings, and visitation for bible study every Tuesday and Wednesday for visitors coming from different areas.

Our church’s mission is to touch the lives of many people especially those whom we feel are in need of the most love, due to feelings of inadequacies and insecurities.

Providing them the opportunity to exercise their God-given talents and abilities is the purpose for the existence of our church.


The tithes and offerings are used towards the renovation of the church building due to the damages on the roof and part of the wall. We feel this is a more urgent need due to safety reasons. The church cannot afford to bring all the volunteers in our outreaches due to lack of funds. The church also needs a tricycle to be able to access the outreaches and other areas for evangelism and discipleship training. We appeal to you, our potential supporters, we need your continuing help and we covet your valuable time for prayer, and need your generous heart to give. With your support, we can advance the kingdom of God in Zamboanga and glorify Him in all aspects of our lives.

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PO Box 38095 968 West King Edward Avenue Vancouver, BC V5Z 4L9

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