About Us

Serving Muslim and non-Muslim communities in 1999

since-1998We are a team of servants to the poorest of poor children and families in Mindanao, Philippines. Since 1998, we have been faithfully serving the unserved through spiritual, medical, educational and livelihood programs. For 18 years, we have served more than 1,000 children-at-high-risk and their families.

In 2011, we launched our Bible Training Program in Cagayan de Oro City. Today, we are teaching and mentoring more than 80  pastors and workers in 7 different cities/towns all over the Philippines.

Serving TS Washi survivors in 2012

Since 2012, we have provided relief, rehabilitation, counseling and Bible study ministries to more than 500 family victims-survivors of TS Washi (local name Sendong), TS Bopha (Pablo) and Supertyphoon Haiyan (Yolanda). Since 2014, we have been building and expanding our Philippine-wide disaster reduction and management network through seminars, training, mentoring, capacity building and coordination.


Church planting in Mindanao, southern Philippines

Moreover, under the Presbyterian Church in America, we provide training, counsel, leadership and supervision to 3 new church plants all over the Philippines.


To learn more about our missionary services and how you can help, please feel free to e-mail us:


To donate, click here.

“And this gospel of the kingdom will be proclaimed throughout the whole world as a testimony to all nations, and then the end will come.” (Matthew 24:14)


Church planting mission to typhoon victims

In Christ,
For His great Commission,
With You,

Pastor Glem Melo
Founder and President


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