|Luther's Sermons are in the Philippines: Pastor Jordan Palangyos photo.|
PayPal wants to mark that as a purchase, so you must twice choose "gift to a friend" to avoid the extra charge. They still charge the sender a dollar, but the money arrives quickly in their currency, so that is worth it.
|Baby Andrea was born in the Philippines and went back to her home in California with her Mom and Dad.|
Pastor Palangyos was able to get PayPal registered to their non-profit organization Lutheran Autonomous Missions Philippines (LAMP) formed in the Philippines. PayPal donations are currently setup on the bottom right corner of the blog https://lutherancowboysphilippines.blogspot.com/
Thank you for sharing about the mission work in the Philippines!
2. Through Bethany Lutheran Church
Some readers do not want to use PayPal, so they can send a check to our church (marked for the Philippines) and I will send it to their mission - 100%, the same day.
Bethany Lutheran Church, 1104 Letha Drive, Springdale, AR, 72762.
Paper checks sent to the Philippines do not work well because they are cumbersome and expensive to exchange.
|Rev. Dr. Lito Cruz, math professor, Philippine native, Lutheran pastor.|
Rev. Dr. Lito Cruz got us started on PayPal, so if a check comes through earmarked for the Philippines, I will send that portion or the entire amount of the check to the Philippines. I send it the same day.
A. First Priority - Building Materials - Done
They built the basic chapel and now need to build a permanent roof.
B. Second Priority - Welding the roof, installing windows and doors.
Funds needed for welders.
C. Third Priority - Transportation
Pastor Jordan Palangyos needs transportation for his mission trips, hard to reach areas. A used car there is just as expensive as here - if not more so.
|Our church's attorney, Glen Kotten, set up our non-profit status and sponsored Making Disciples. He has taught at Pastor Palangyos' mission.|