From Relief to Rehabilitation

We are now moving from relief to rehabilitation. Our priority is child protection and development. In all the evacuation centers that we visited and inspected, it is clear that the prevention of child sexual abuse and molestation should be on top of our list.

Please pray as we meet, consult, develop and implement an effective protection and rehabilitation program for flood victims, especially those who are in the highest risk in all disaster situations — the children.

Help us help our suffering kababayans (countrymen) by sending a financial donation to our mission’s bank account:

Account Name: Open Eyes Mission
Account Number: 870055054
Bank Name: BancoDe Oro Universal Bank
Branch: SM City Cagayan de Oro

Canned goods, clothes and other in-kind donations can be shipped to:

Open Eyes Mission
c/o Rev. Glem Melo
Blk 31 Lot 32 Daisy Street, Camella Hm
U Balulang, Cagayan de Oro City
9000 Philippines

Contact Numbers:

+ 63-88-3095008
+ 63-88-8588187
+ 63-920-9133231

E-mail: vision@philcom.ph

For more information about the grave devastations caused by typhoon Sendong (international name: Washi) and our relief and rehabilitation programs for the victims, please read our blog here.

Thank you very much.

Pastor Glem

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About Glem Melo

I am a believer and follower of Christ, happily married, and have 3 wonderful kids. I am the founder and CEO of Open Eyes Mission, under the care of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) Chicago Metro Presbytery, pastoral intern at Faith Church in Dyer, Indiana, and studying Master of Divinity at Mid-America Reformed Seminary. The Bible teaches that God is real, man is sinful, hell is real, and Jesus is our only hope of salvation. I believe these truths with all of my heart, and I hope to help others learn of them as well. "For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life." (John 3:16) May God give you grace and peace. Glimar "Glem" Melo www.glemmelo.com www.openeyesmission.org
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