Wilson & Cora Ladringan
Advancing Native Missions
Dear ACC Family,
Warmest Christian love and greetings!
We wish to thank you for all your faithful prayers & support to the Aeta Children’s Home here in the Philippines that allows us to go share the love of Christ to the needy people around us. God richly bless you in return. In the midst of the pandemic, and the rise of Covid cases here, we continue to go out and share the Gospel. Here are some of the things that our Lord has allowed us to accomplish:
The Christian school opened for the school year…more than 100 Aeta children are enrolled. We use the Modular Distance Education program by our government. (Face-to-face classrooms are not allowed yet.) Our teachers go to the villages to distribute and retrieve modules from their students. Please pray for God’s protection upon them as they walk, cross rivers, and climb mountains in order to reach their students.
The Aeta Children’s Home continues to prepare and provide food for the children in the villages. Through this feeding program, the children are able to study and not need to go out looking for food.
We also have a ministry team that goes out regularly to care for senior citizens in our community…we are able to give food to the elderly who are living alone and helpless. We also clean their houses, give them a bath, and most of all, pray for them. We are inspired by Matthew 25:40 in which the Lord said “Whatsoever you do to the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, that you do unto me.”
In August, our church planting team was able to build a bamboo church at the Aeta village of Lawak Bangar. We continue to go and share the Gospel, disciple the new Christian converts, and build churches in the villages.
From our hearts to yours, we wish to say over and over again, thank you so very much for your faithful prayers and support to ACH here in the Philippines. God bless and to Him be all glory and praise!
Sincerely in Christ,
Wilson & Cora
The new bamboo church at Lawak Bangar.
The Aeta children in the villages as they work on their modules.
Teacher Jhona giving food to the kids.
Our Aeta girl Levita is feeding sister Manding.
A blind man named Miguel when we found him.