We continue the vision of having most of our various ministries based at the Frontline Center in Sto. Nino, including staff housing, the children's refuge (FTC), our Christian school (FCA), outreach ministries, and leadership development programs. So the development of the center remains a high priority to us.
We’re excited that over fifteen candidates, all Filipino young adults aged 18 to 27, are interested to apply for the Frontline training program starting on June 1st of this year. Ten of them are currently serving on the outreach team in Quezon Province, already getting hands-on experience for ministry. After the outreach, as many as fifteen people will be selected for this training program, which will run initially for three months.
Jesus said, “The harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few. Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into his harvest field” (Mt.9:37-38). We have many workers willing to learn, but finances remain a major challenge. The cost per person for room and board is $100 per month, but very few Filipinos (in Provincial areas) are capable of providing this. So there is an urgent need for sponsors. If you are interested in sponsoring a trainee, and helping us develop workers for full time ministry service, please email
for more information.
After this first course is done, we hope that many will become interns in areas of ministry that best suit their gifts and talents. This is actually the beginning of a long-awaited endeavor, and prayer for its success would be appreciated.