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Tin Tin’s Day – Help the Philippines Celebrate

Update from February 14th, 2020: Ting Ministries sends a big thank you to those who helped us exceed our $400 goal for Tin Tin’s party in the Philippines! Updates to follow!

Update from February 10th, 2020: We are halfway there! Thank you to the generous donor who gave $200 dollars towards Tin Tim’s celebration! Can you help us reach our goal?

Dear friends can you help us? Our pastor and friends in the Philippines are planning a day for Avi, or, as she is affectionately known in the Philippines – Tin Tin! February 27th, Tin Tin’s 13th birthday, will be a celebration of her life. Our Pastor in the Philippines is planning to gather many street children together. Our team will feed them and share the love of Jesus with them in Tin Tin’s honor! Her life is continuing to change countless lives. The street children who are coming to Tin Tin’s party are the same children who we wish to help through the construction of Tin Tin’s house! It is our deepest prayer that the children who come feel the love of Christ, develop a relationship with Him and our pastor’s family so Tin Tin’s house may be a home of safety and peace.

Tin Tin needs your help to raise $400 for the celebration! Can you help us reach this goal by next week?

Tin Tin knows Jesus is coming again! Can you picture her running through the streets of heaven, a parade of praises ringing behind her? May this video give you a glimpse! 

I know He’s coming again/ I know He’s coming again/ Yes, I know/ He’s coming again/ I know He’s coming again/ He’s coming again, He’s coming again/ Doo, doo, doo…/ We’ll keep on singing ’til He comes again/ Then we’ll sing some more/ We’ll keep on singing ’til He comes again/ Until we reach the golden shores/ We’ll keep on singing ’til He comes again/ Then we’ll sing some more…

Join in the celebration! You may give by:
Sending a check: Ting Ministries, 29 East Poplar Street, Lebanon, PA 17042
Giving online: www.paypal.me/Tingministries
All gifts designated for Tin Tin’s party will go 100% towards the celebration! Thank you!
Illustration Credit: Emily Haines

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What Did You Eat Today? Feeding Children in the Philippines

What Did You Eat Today?
John 6:35-37: “Jesus replied, ‘I am the bread of life. Whoever comes to me will never be hungry again. Whoever believes in me will never be thirsty. But you haven’t believed in me even though you have seen me. However, those the Father has given me will come to me, and I will never reject them.'”

The children pray before the meal

Thanks to our Ting Ministries supporters, children in the Philippines are getting meals weekly. These street children, that otherwise have nowhere to go, are not only being fed physically but also spiritually. Our team of local believers share food and the love of Jesus to nourish the children’s bodies and souls.

To continue this weekly feeding program, we need to find a sponsor(s) who can commit to a total of ONLY $50/week. We ALREADY have a local Filipino sponsor in-country who has committed $50/week. Praise the Lord!

The meal is simple, indeed, for many, the mush these children pray for would be considered inedible or unappetizing. Yet, these children are truly thankful as they bless each meal. Day by day, their faith grows, seeing the Lord provide for their needs. Would you prayerfully consider partnering with us to help grow the faith of these precious children?

Where the meal is cooked

While one-time gifts are appreciated, it would be a HUGE blessing to know this need is provided for. Could you give up one night of eating out or a few coffees a week to care for The Least of These?

Give a gift:
By check: Ting Ministries, 29 East Poplar Street, Lebanon, PA 17042
Online: www.paypal.me/Tingministries
Memo: Philippines Feeding
Contact us: tingminstries@comcast.net

“For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in, I needed clothes and you clothed me, I was sick and you looked after me, I was in prison and you came to visit me[…] ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.’” Matthew 25: 35-36, 40.