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Report 12/23/13

Typhoon Yolanda Aid Report 12/23/13 

Thank you I.D.E.S.. This is your blessing for the Filipinos suffering from Typhoon Yolanda.

We have and are in the process of completing this blessing by year end. More blessing are at hand.

• Fed 734 Families or Approximately 5138 People (Average Filipino Family Is 7).
• Repaired or Rebuilt 107 Homes.
• Repaired 3 Churches.
• Repaired 2 Pastors Homes.
• Medical Aid to 5 Families.
• 8 Baptisms

In the first week of November 2013 Typhoon Haiyan or commonly known as Yolanda hit the Philippines. It was a Category 5 Super Typhoon. This was the most power storm in modern history. A good portion of the Philippines will not have power until March through May 2014.
Our 18 church are, for the most part, in rural areas that the government cannot reach. These areas report that they have never been given help for any disaster. Our churches are supplying the first help they have ever had.

Those who can help their selves are rebuilding. However, what is left is a great number of people who are unable to help themselves. These are the ones we are reaching. We are helping the bamboo homes that can't be rebuilt without our help and feeding the growing number of malnourished children.

The blessings are distributed through our 18 churches. Food is distributed from each church, and pastors facilitate the buying and delivering of material to the homes needing repair. The only requirement for aid is need.

Aid Impact

• The number one response is "no one has ever helped us before."
• We are providing the resources and the church and community are working together to help each other. Baptism
• Many are amazed that a church would help people outside of their congregation.
• Our churches have more than doubled in attendance.
• People are coming to hear the Gospel that never heard before.
• Both the unchurched and dechurched are coming to church and listening. Each week people are responding to commit or recommit their lives to Jesus Christ.
• This impact will be long lasting. It has changed the relationship of the church and community forever.
• Strongholds are disappearing and doors are opening.
• It has set an example for other churches and they are responding.
• 8 Baptisms so far. We are expecting dozens more within the next few weeks.

Thank you I.D.E.S.
Pastor Steve Bragg
River Rock Church Philippines

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