Update from the Philippines
It has been an interesting trip with lots of different types of experiences; challenging and un-challenging. The people are really hospitable and always want to give you there best service possible. Which is a real blessing as it makes the basic resources much easier to use. When I say basic conditions I men sleeping on wooden tables and using toilets that can’t flush automatically, you have to use a bucket of water to flush them. However despite the living standards in the rural areas the expectancy has been so high and God has delivered in all the ministries. Such as the healing ministry. I’ve also enjoyed working and playing with the children and how lively they are to interact with the rest of the team. The foods good the Philippines are good and so is life.