Philippines Mission Partners

“…to the uttermost ends of the earth.”

Please be in prayer for our partners in Masinloc as well as the rest of the world as we all continue to battle the Coronavirus. Because of travel restrictions, PSBC is unable to send a mission team for the Philippines at this time, and are uncertain about re-scheduling. Please continue to support Pastor Melo and his family, as well as the partner churches, their pastors, families, members and communities in prayer and giving. Thank you for your support and generosity! 

Continue to pray that we will glorify God by making mature disciples of all nations! (Matthew 28:19-20)
 
If you would like to donate to our Philippine ministry partners, click here! 
 
 

Philippines Mission Trip 2019

 
From Pastor Marty Price:
 
Having just returned from a week in the Philippines, serving with Pastor Melo Lumibao and brothers and sisters in Christ, I’d like to share a few thoughts.

First, It is a wonderful blessing to know and fellowship with others who are passionate about loving God and proclaiming the Gospel. Pastor Melo and his family, and his family of churches, demonstrate grace and kindness and unflagging zeal in serving God. It was a tremendous blessing just to spend time with them.

While 8 people from our congregation went on the trip, this is a full partnership with congregation-wide participation from all of the churches involved. PSBC prayed fervently, gave generously, and made the trip and this partnership possible. Great Job!

The team was perfect for the mission! Everyone was “all in” and had a tremendous attitude throughout the trip. Diverse gifts, ages, and personalities working in unity for God’s glory! It is an honor to serve with you all.

Pastor Melo and Sister Ruth of FIBC Masinloc, Pastor Mac and Sister Gretchen of San Lorenzo, Pastor Daniel and Sister Jacqueline of Tapuac and Candelaria, and Pastor Gideon of Olongapo are wonderfully and faithfully making disciples…reaching the lost and equipping the saints. I am humbled to know them.

And finally (for today), God is good! He has graciously saved us, made us His own, and works in and through us – also a gift of grace. In this, as in all things, may God be glorified!

Marty Price

Enjoy pictures from the 2019 Philippines Mission Trip!