Yesterday, Covid Mustard Seed Project donated PPEs to medical front liners in World Citi Medical Center and National Kidney transplant institute, The PPES were distributed by PCEC-Philrads.
As we continue serving our front liners and communities in need, more people are pouring in their support in different ways!
We are grateful for Mr. and Mrs. Noel and Marge Evangelista for donating bottled waters to be distributed to our front liners. their donations can come a long way in keeping our front liners hydrated while they fight the pandemic.
This couple’s passion to serve is contagious. PCEC-philrads team is grateful to Mr. and Mrs. Rex and Emily Tan for donating mangoes to boost our nourishment while the team continues to serve front liners and communities in need. May you be blessed beyond measure.
PCEC-philrads’ Shepherd Project put smiles on the faces of 37 pastors from Aklan, Capiz, and Antique. These areas were badly hit by typhoons Ursula and Tisoy late last year. At the beginning of this year, their families were still recovering from the effects of the typhoon. With the Enhanced Community Quarantine in effect in their areas since March, they had a difficult time to provide for their families’ basic needs. Most of them rely on the church’s income. With prohibited mass gatherings, there is also a limit on the possibility for these pastors to look for other sources of income. Yet they continue to serve their flock and provide spiritual guidance as they best could.
If you are touched and would want to bless pastors and their families during these difficult times, contact PCEC-PHILRADS and inquire about how you can contribute to the Shepherd Project.
This project was made possible by the support of Jubilee Christian Academy.