|Support of this project will enhance Biblical teaching in the
Philippines. © Melany Markham/ABM, 2010.
This is part of the Church to Church Program: Learn more about ABM’s Programs here.
This project aims to develop lay people, ordained, youth and children towards a vibrant, dynamic, caring, witnessing and mission oriented church. It is focused on the development and capability building of the human resources of the Church.
It will also focus on a Christian understanding and active participation on peace and environmental issues such as climate change. The primary activity of the project is to provide venues for the ordained, lay (men and women), youth and children to share their faith journey stories and concerns relative to the above issues.
From these sharing opportunities, appropriate trainings and seminars will be conducted to further enhance the respective ministries and participation in the life and work of the church.
The ongoing Catechism-based Evangelism and Christian Education “teaching-learning-doing” activities are contextualised while developing a theology that is easy to understand as well as consistent to the Biblical teachings and the Anglican doctrine.
Please give to this project to continue the Christian Education Program and grow a strong faith in the Philippines.
PH010EM needs $24,600 in 2016 (non tax-deductible)
HOW TO DONATE
You can make an online donation to this project by selecting Philippines: Evangelism and Christian Education from the full project list.
Alternatively, for donations by cheque/money order (made out to the Anglican Board of Mission – Australia), telephone or email, view contact details here. Please don’t forget to include the project name and/or code with your payment details.
Gifts to ABM will be applied to the support of project(s) selected. In the unlikely event of the project being oversubscribed or not proceeding to completion, donations will be applied to a similar project to the one(s) selected.
November 2016 – ABM Church to Church Coordinator, Wilnor Flores, recently returned from a trip to the Philippines. She met with staff and clergy from the Episcopal Church in the Philippines, who implement the Evangelism and Christian Education project supported by ABM, and was inspired by their work. Read more.
October 2016 – Since January 2016, the Episcopal Church in the Philippines merged their three major programs of Evangelism, Social Concern and Development into one new Integrated Program. This change in mission strategy was borne out a desire to increase the effectiveness and cohesion of church activities, consolidating efforts to achieve the 2018 vision. Read more.
Jesus Loves the Little Children
A look at the Christian Education work of the Episcopal Church in the Philippines. Especially how the church trains and equips Sunday School leaders.