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I just love their smiles!!!!!

Posted by David Michael Grubbs on Monday, September 14, 2015

Every week we prepare more than 700 meals that go out to the school and squatter children as well as their families....

Posted by FMI Global Ministries on Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Feeding the street children goes on rain or shine each week by the FMI team.

Posted by FMI Global Ministries on Tuesday, September 15, 2015


Taken last week to show what the kids go through to get to the FMI Center.. Through the jungle, down the ravine and up the other side...



Just happened. .. the FMI kids program for those with no lunch at the local elementary school.

Posted by FMI Global Ministries on Tuesday, July 21, 2015



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K-WAVE Kid's Church in the village of Pabahay!





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New FMI Relief AID Flood Update by Video




The massive clean-up after the deluge begins.

After almost two weeks of torrential rains brought by a storm-enhanced southwest monsoon left 60% of Metro Manila under water, sunshine finally appeared on Thursday.

The freak weather, which dumped an average of 300 mm of rain for 11 consecutive days, is matched only by the intensity of tropical storm "Ondoy" (international name: Ketsana) which wrought havoc on large parts of Metro Manila almost three years ago.

But the similarity does not end there, nor is it lost on residents victimized by the floods twice over.






The slower but more prolonged heavy downpour allowed affected residents to better react this time, resulting in fewer deaths of 49 (as of August 9) compared to 300 in Metro Manila during Ondoy.

But the impact is the same for those affected by the deluge as they now face the enormous task of rebuilding from the little they have left.

President Aquino toured affected areas on Thursday and saw first hand the devastation by another great flood. The government, too, is in a fix as public infrastructure damaged by the flood has to be rebuilt, further stretching its budget.

In nearby provinces of central Luzon, however, floods remain and the difficult task of rebuilding has to be put on hold.




We are currently contacting pastors in some of the affected areas whose churches do not get any kind of help or donations from any organizations yet. We are allotting some of our funds for FMI AID (Aid In Disaster) Mission. We will be accepting donations for this purpose, so if you want to be able to help you are welcome to join us. Our goal is to give out bags of groceries to as many flood victims as we possibly can.


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This new video shows two of the three main geographical program areas of our work on the island of Mindoro and in Southern Luzon. In the first part of the video you will see the programs in the resettlement & squatter areas of Southern Luzon. You will see the kids churches dancing in the street and later the awarding of school-supplies to all our graduates.

Also, you will see the planting of the new Kids Churches in those same areas. The second geographical area is the island of Mindoro in the S. China Sea. There our major work there is with the mountain tribal people and with the lowland villagers. In the video we include the mountain tribal people programs of feeding, clothing, toy distribution, and the equipping of 23 indigenous pastors with backpacks, raincoats, food and essentials for reaching the unreached.

This video shows the very beginning of our K-WAV Kid's church and family fellowship. This is located at our new center in Tagaytay City.  You will see some pictures of several of the youth, children and parents involved in this program.

Many new exciting things happened at our annual mission which we just got back from.  Click on the link above to see all the details! 


The FMI Mission Centers are located on the backside of the Island of Mindoro facing out to the South China Sea.  Our main Mission Center is in the fishing village of Barahan at the junction of a river flowing into the sea.   The second center is strategically located in the middle of 5 different villages and is being used for the village children and youth.  This second center is also the new home of our Mountain Tribal Ministry training.

We are in our seventh year of ministry to this part of the world and are excited about the wonderful things God is doing.  Our numbers have expanded rapidly and this year we are concentrating on raising up teachers and leaders to help with the multiplying number of groups.





In the Philippines poverty and economic stress have doused the fire of the Holy Spirit in many places, and growth has become stagnant in the churches, sending the faith community to its knees. Recent studies show that up to 75 percent of Filipinos consider themselves poor. About 40 percent of the population live on less than $2 a day, and high unemployment rates have forced more than 7 million Filipinos to work in other countries.


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Our desire is that you will be motivated to join with us and become part of a noble purpose on the other side of the earth. 


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