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One sows, another waters

I was born in 1999 in Ormoc City, Leyte. I am the youngest of two children. We were raised by God-fearing parents. We were Roman Catholic and each night we prayed the rosary and recited the Angelus. From my father, I learned to trust God in...

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I didn’t want to study the Bible

Esther was reluctant to recognise her gifts and calling to ministry in the church.   My name is Esther. I am from Kachin State, Myanmar. I have a brother and four sisters.   My grandfather was an Anglican priest. He was a good and faithful leader of the church...

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Nothing will stand in God’s way

Thanks to your support, graduates leave St Andrew’s Seminary in Manila with a Bible dictionary and commentary. To Victor Bongngat Mangngao, these gifts are indispensable tools.   “My six siblings and I were born into a remote Ingorot tribe in Kalinga Province. As a child I cultivated...

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The Lord kept me standing

Thanks to your support, graduates leave St Andrew’s Theological Seminary in the Philippines with a Bible dictionary and commentary.   Because their resources are meagre, these gifts become indispensable tools. One graduate, Jenelyn Marino, tells how God sustained her as she studied.   “My mother called me while I...

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You can help prepare graduates like Dexter Tad-awan to speak the word of God with boldness.   I observed the way the priests sent to our village accompanied the people and supported them in practical ways. I felt drawn to this vocation. However, I was becoming increasingly...

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