560-A. Pleading for Help in the Philippines

This Special Edition gives you an opportunity to help those in great need.
IT’S WORTH CONSIDERING
There comes a time when we, in our comfort, MUST come to the aid of those who are suffering through unbearable conditions. The typhoon that tore through the Philippines has left tens of thousands with nothing but the clothes they are wearing. This special edition is to offer you an opportunity to give to an organization (Ambassadors for Christ, Int.) that will see that the money you give is maximized. It will be forwarded to Isaias Catorce, AFCI’s National Director for the Philippines, who will get it to those with the greatest need.

This is the best opportunity I know of to directly help believers in their time of great need. Call their headquarters at 770 921-4705 and tell them you want to contribute to Isaias for disaster relief. If you choose, you can mail your contribution to Ambassadors for Christ, Int., PO Box 470, Tucker, GA 30085. Write “Isaias- Philippines relief” in the memo line.

01 - The storm surge rose above the basketball ring 02 - Tacloban city 03 - tacloban 04 - Tacloban 05 06 - Cebu city 07 - Tacloban 08 - Tacloban city airport 09 - Roxas, Kalibo 10 - Tacloban 11 - Tacloban 12 - Tacloban 13 14 15 - damaged airport terminal of Tacloban city 16 - airport terminal of Tacloban 17 - damaged control tower of Tacloban airport

AS I SEE IT
If a brother or sister is without clothing and in need of daily food, and one of you says, “Go in peace, be warmed and be filled,” and yet you do not give what is necessary for their body, what use is that? Even so faith, if it has no works, is dead, being by itself (James 2:15-17).

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