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Philippine Typhoon Haiyan Update

PCEC-PhilRADS has provided shelter repair kits (SRKs) to thousands of victims of Typhoon Haiyan (“Yolanda”) in Central Philippines through the gifts of many generous donors. Click here to go see the latest video and get details. Donate now and join PCEC-PhilRADS’s work to provide transitional shelters for Filipino families who lost their homes due to the super typhoon on November 8, 2013.

BRIEF REPORT
On November 8, 2013, typhoon Haiyan (local name Yolanda) swept portions of Central Philippines. It hit land on several places starting 4:40 am on November 8 and left the Philippine area of responsibility on November 9, 2013 at 3:30 pm. The Philippine government has estimated 11.3 million people (or 13% of the Philippine population) in the 9 regions hit by Typhoon Haiyan. There are 673,000 estimated to be displaced by the typhoon, 55% of whom are in evacuation centers, and the rest in host communities or makeshift shelters. The provinces of Leyte, Samar, Cebu. Aklan, Iloilo, and Capiz were hardest hit. Lack of sufficient food is an item in the list of most immediate threats to life.

Your continued generosity is needed. Now, more than ever funds need to be raised to continue the distribution of relief supplies and construction materials. All donors will receive a letter of acknowledgment and thanks from GLINTS in behalf of PCEC-PhilRADS, including an IRS tax-deductible receipt for donations originating from the U.S. Click here to read the complete story....

All donors will receive a letter of acknowledgment and thanks from GLINTS in behalf of PCEC-PhilRADS, including an IRS tax-deductible receipt for donations originating from the U.S.

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Ministry Mobilization Worldwide

In recent decades, the local church has often left the fulfillment of the Great Commission to outside agencies, meaning that the recruiting, financing, and managing of missionaries is left to denominational or para-church organizations. This often has resulted in a disconnection between the local church and its missionaries.

GLINTS seeks to remediate this by serving as a link between local churches, their own missionaries, and partner ministries around the world. The local church is the sender, the missionary, then, is an extension of the local church's ministry, as international partners provide  on-the-ground accountability structure. 

Our Unreached Generation

With over 7 billion people, most have yet to be introduced to the Lord Jesus Christ. GLINTS is excited to be a stragegic partner to churches and international ministries by bringing together the finest qualities and assets each can bring to the mission of the evangelization of this generation globally. As the body of Christ moves forward to making Christ known in every nation and developing steadfast Christ followers, GLINTS is committed to serving as a partner to churches and missions to mobilize the necessary people and resources to making it possible to fulfilling the Great Commission for this generation.

 

A New Mission for New Times

The nexus of world Christianity is moving from west to east and from north to south. The fastest growing areas of Christianity are outside the United States and Europe. More and more qualified and experienced personnel are becoming availabe to serve the Lord in a various mission capacities but they lack both a sending agency and a support network. GLINTS seeks to enable missionaries from any part of the world to go and minister where God is leading.

GLINTS partners and works with existing mission agencies and projects to connect churches and personnel to meet the increasing needs around the world in a timely manner.

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