Agdao, Davao City

I started seeking the Lord when I dreamed six times about Him and His works. In my first dream, I saw the Lord standing in the cloud and wearing a white robe with arms widely open to welcome me. In my second dream, I was planting three kinds of peanut seed. In the third, I was gathering little children and giving them candies. The fourth dream showed me preaching the Gospel in the marketplace, and praying for the sick. In the last dream, I went to a Bible School to study God’s words. Not knowing what to do next, these dreams lingered in my mind for years.

God, who is in control of everything, orchestrated my first encounter of Him through a Bible Study conducted in my neighbor’s house, where I heard the gospel of Jesus Christ for the first time. I received Him as my Lord and personal Savior in one of the meetings. From then on, I started attending worship services and in 1990, I formally joined Foursquare Church Davao. I became active in church and my life was never the same again. Suddenly, at the peak of my walk with the Lord, I was tested and my faith shook. I moved out from my home church and began a ministry with little children in our neighborhood. For five years this outreach has been experiencing mocking and stoning of the church but has survived.

I am now 63 years old, but still passionate to do the work that the Lord has entrusted to me decades ago. I do believe that there is no age limit in serving Him. As long as I am able, breathing, and can open my mouth in season and out of season, I will proclaim His Word. I would love to die in fulfillment of my purpose than to live wasting my time in nothingness.


Every week, my church continues to spread the gospel, giving freedom and hope to the prisoners in jail, praying for the patients’ recovery and total healing for them in hospitals, delivering good news and words of love to the people down the streets, and professing God’s mercy in the markets.


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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