It’s tiiime…Fall 2015

“Your hands have made and fashioned me; give me understanding that I may learn Your commandments.”
Psalm 119:73


Join us in prayer for the students who will attend our Fall 2015 semester. In the Philippines, or anywhere for that matter, deciding to attend Bible college is a life changing decision and one that is often met by spiritual warfare.

Please pray against any spiritual attacks, and for wisdom and financial provision for us and the students who we trust God will bring our way.

If you know of a recent high school graduate trying to make the all important choice on where to go for college, or anyone else, an aspiring pastor or ministry worker who would like to grow deeper in their relationship with Jesus Christ by studying His Word, the Bible, you can encourage them to apply now, we are accepting applications!

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We would love to hear from you and be encouraged.
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On the Road…

But they have not all obeyed the gospel. For Isaiah says, “LORD, who has believed our report?” So then faith comesby hearing, and hearing by the word of God.
Romans 10:16-17

We got to do a call out at Corona International Christian Fellowship on May 20th. They were receptive and willing to be in prayer and in sharing the mission the Lord has given us. The fellowship is composed of Filipino-Americans.

Just as the Lord had given us clarity that Filipino’s will play a big part in this work of His, so it has been clear that we have been given the opportunity to share just that. To share the vision with the brethren has been an awesome privilege. It was no different that Sunday morning.

Met sisters in the Lord. Look at those lovely smiling faces.

Caught up with old friends from CC Bible College and a fellow GFA volunteer Michael Favela.

See those hands lifted up? “Here am I… send me!”

A little church with a big and ready heart.

If you build it they will come…

Do you remember the movie “Field of Dreams”? It is now perhaps one of America’s baseball movie classics.

The main character, a farmer, receives a vision about building a baseball field on his corn field. The farm is threatened with foreclosure by the bank. His brother urges him to sell it. During this time, he sees visions of his father who was once a baseball player?

Kevin Costner plays the lead role and in one of his visions, a very compelling line was uttered by a voice saying, “If you build it, he will come.” This leads him to build a baseball field in his corn field. Ghosts, or not, of baseball’s glory days dating back to the 1900’s play on the field. One of them ask,”Is this heaven?” to which he replies, “No, Iowa.”

The movie is touching and full of “could’ves and should’ve’s,” and then the message of redeeming the time.

The difference between that story, and the reality of being part of starting a Bible College in the Philippines, is that we know the voice who is leading us, God. We get to be part of something beautiful, teaching the Word of God.

What we are called to do is to build a place where the whole counsel of God is taught to the Filipinos. The only ghost here is the Holy Spirit. There will be challenges, but in the words of Pastor Chuck Smith, “Where God guides, He provides.”

As we become part of the building process, we get to simply stand back and watch God do the increase of students and disciples of Jesus Christ.

As He builds it, they will come.

Are you ready to be a part of this work?

It is time to arise.  Please pray that we will stay faithful and ask God how you can prayerfully and/or financially join us in this exciting adventure. Remember that no gift is too small in Him.

“…So they said, “Let us rise up and build.” Then they set their hands to this good work.
Nehemiah 2:18