Sufferings Because of Philippine Typhoons Continue

Typhoon victims stand outside their homes damaged by Typhoon Rammasun (locally named Glenda) in a village of sea gypsies, also known as Badjaos, in Batangas city, south of Manila, July 17, 2014. REUTERS/Erik De Castro

Typhoon victims stand outside their homes damaged by Typhoon Rammasun (locally named Glenda) in a village of sea gypsies, also known as Badjaos, in Batangas city, south of Manila, July 17, 2014. REUTERS/Erik De Castro

By Pastor Glem Melo

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A family in Lipa, Batangas rebuild their house after it was blown away by the strong winds of Typhoon Glenda. (Rappler.com)

Jay Hallowell, missionary of OMF International, posted the following on Facebook:

“Life is not yet back to normal for many after Typhoon Glenda/Rammasun… Some still have no electricity. Others are only getting electricity for part of the day… Damage reports from the networks of churches with which we work are still trickling in. There are many opportunities for good works and good words… Please pray for our Lord to strengthen His people here for these works and words.”

A woman hangs newly laundered clothes at a damaged house after Typhoon Rammasun battered the town for two days, in Rosario, Cavite city, south of Manila July 18, 2014. REUTERS

A woman hangs newly laundered clothes at a damaged house after Typhoon Rammasun battered the town for two days, in Rosario, Cavite city, south of Manila July 18, 2014. REUTERS

The death toll nears 100. Quezon province is reported to be the worst hit area. We continue to communicate and plan ways to help victims. Please continue praying for our suffering people, especially for local pastors and workers who are reaching out and ministering God’s love to affected families and children in word and in deed.

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One comment

  1. Glimar "Glem" Melo · July 22, 2014

    Reblogged this on Salvation in Christ and commented:

    The death toll nears 100. Quezon province is reported to be the worst hit area. Please continue praying for our suffering people, especially for local pastors and workers who are reaching out and ministering God’s love to affected families and children in word and in deed.

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