We work in close, highly relational,  partnership with key national leaders around the world. They know the people and the culture of the communities they live in – and are best placed to serve them.

The videos on this page were recorded specifically for our online meetup on 26 Oct 2021, and give a brief introduction to the ministries.

To view the full online meetup, please contact us to request the link.

Mindanao Island

Bishop Philip & Jemima Gonzalez

Agape Ministries


  • Church Planting
  • Christian Training Centre
  • Elementary school
  • Orphanage


  • Teach leaders at Christian
  • Training Centre
  • Help run children and youth camps
  • Evangelism and Community outreach

Bishop Philip and Jemima  oversee Agape Ministries and are passionate about seeing the communities they minister to transformed through the Word of God.

They train pastors from various regions and run a bible school focused on equipping young people for ministry with various denominations. They also run an elementary school and an orphanage – emphasising the word of God within their curriculum.

Philip and Jemima are also heavily involved in local government, demonstrating Christian character in all areas of society.

Mindoro Island

Pastor Danny and Lorie Macuha

Baptist Tribal Mission


  • Baptist Tribal Mission (Mangyan)
  • Church Planting
  • Bible School
  • Feeding Programmes
  • Community Development
  • Education Programmes


  • Equip pastors and leaders
  • Help run children and youth camps
  • Evangelism and Community outreach

Pastor Danny was formerly the senior pastor of a large church in Batangas, but stepped down in order to establish the Baptist Tribal Mission, and to focus on his passion on reaching the Mangyan tribal people of Mindoro island.

Danny and Lorie are responsible for church planting, community development projects and train key community members for the ministry.

Their programmes include: an education program, feeding programs for malnourished children, hygiene programs, church planting, and community development programs to help the Mangyan tribal people improve their quality of life and come together in community.

Metro Cebu

Pastor Rolly & Nimfa Vasey

Touching People Cebu


  • Community Pastor
  • Children’s Ministry & Feeding Program
  • Youth Ministry
  • Government ‘Moral Recovery Program’:
    • Men in Uniform
    • Barangay Chairmen & Workers


  • Help run children and youth camp
  • Evangelism and Community outreach
  • Connecting Pastors Fellowship
  • Community Development

Previously a businessman, Rolly committed his life to the Lord in 1999 and became a pastor in 2004. His wife, Nimfa, is also his partner in ministry, and a graduate of Biblical school.

Today, he pastors an independent Church (Touching People Christian Community Church) at Mactan, Lapu-Lapu City in metro Cebu.

The Vaseys partner with a variety of ministries within a local squatters community. They connect local pastors in unity, feed over 200 children, train church workers, and run a preschool to help prepare children in the community for grade school.

Rolly and Nimfa are passionate about connecting pastors from different denominations in the 80 barangays (subdivisions) across metro Cebu.

They do this by hosting monthly gatherings where the community comes together to intercede for one another, pray and encourage their peers and pray specifically for their government.

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Stories from the Philippines

Clean Water

PHILIPPINES – Clean Water for Mangyan Communities

As tropical storms continue to affect the Mindoro province, the need for clean drinking water calls for immediate action.

The tremendous flooding brought about by the storms ravaging the country during the rainy season has caused flash floods, therefore contaminating water used for drinking, cooking and cleaning.

Recently, there has been an outbreak of cholera and other water-borne illnesses due to unsanitary water.

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