Asia storms

Please pray for all those who have borne the brunt of super typhoon Nora, which caused devastation in the Philippines earlier this week and is causing severe flooding in Vietnam. Continue to pray for the millions of flood victims in Pakistan as well.

Philippines: making connections

Please pray for mission partners Eric and Sandra Read, recently returned from UK leave, as they settle back in to life in the Philippines and connect with other like-minded organisations in the area of creation care. Pray for them as they work towards financial sustainability for the farm they run using natural farming principles.

Philippines: project support

Mission partner Tim Lee and his wife Kate ask for prayer for Jigsaw, the ministry they started over a decade ago, which is doing vital work among children and families living in extreme poverty: providing food, education, a place to play and sharing the love of Jesus. Pray particularly for the leadership team based in […]

Philippines: returning and building capacity

Please pray for mission partners Eric and Sandra Read, who return to the Philippines next week after their home leave. Pray for them as they settle back, especially as they seek to build partnerships and identify strategic clarity as they look towards the next five years.

Philippines: tropical storm aftermath

Pray for people in the Philippines, where at least 167 people have died in landslides and floods caused by Tropical Storm Megi last weekend. Over 100 people are missing and two million have been affected by the storm. Pray for all those suffering and trying to rebuild their lives over the weeks and months to come.

Eric and Sandra Read, Philippines

Demonstrating natural farming models alongside equipping churches in holistic mission for real community impact.

Tim Lee, Philippines

To improve the lives of families living in poverty in the Philippines by supporting Jigsaw Kids to become a sustainable organisation.

Lockdown opening homes to Jesus in Manila

Surprising results in the Philippines as restrictions forced Jigsaw Kids Ministries to reimagine their work