Over 6 billion people in the world. Only 2 billion Christians of all kinds (578 million Protestant Christians included). 4 billion non-Christians. 237 countries & territories around the world.


"The clock of time is wound but once, And no man has the power To tell just when the hands will stop, At late or early hour. To lose one's wealth is sad indeed. To lose one's health is more. To lose one's soul is such a loss That no man can restore."

Forty-two people died while you read this poem. Every hour 10,800 go to meet their Maker. What are you doing to help reach them with the gospel ere they are cast into HELL?

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OFWB International Blog


We praise God that work at the leprosy home is in great progress. There is a change in the atmosphere at the home, people are looking healthier, unexplained healing is flowing, and wounds are drying up. There is a major decrease in their physical complaints. Things are still very difficult and they struggle with the […]

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Feeding Program Channel of Truth Fellowship Orignial Free Will Baptist, Inc. Talisay City, Philippines

Every Sunday afternoon, we conduct our feeding program. The Lord impressed upon us start this minis-try in this area, because of the great need. We enjoy doing this even though we do not have very much, because our desire is to glorify His Name. We believe we should share what we have with others, especially […]

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Caleb’s Dollar Ministry VBS

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Liberia & Guinea

We thank the Lord for being so good to us like He always is. We are also thankful to all sponsors and seed-sowers to the OFWBI Mission in Africa to be specific, Liberia and Guinea. We are grateful once again to the Almighty God who has endowed us with so many blessings uncountable. We are […]

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A Wheelchair for Shynne – Palawan, Philippines

Last year we helped the family of Shynne with an operation to correct a birth defect. The operation was a success, but she will have to be in a cast until December of this year. She is a brave and sweet little girl. When I vis-ited the Philippines in April, I made it a point […]

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Rev. Wayne King, Speaker Wayne and Deborah have moved to Louisiana to be near Kelly, Sam, and the grandchildren. This Rally will honor Wayne and Deborah, who served as missionaries in the Philippines from 1975—1980. Since returning to the United States, Wayne served as pastor of Westside FWB Church and the First FWB Church of Wilson. He served on the Board […]

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Testimony after the Super Typhoon Yolanda

Charis and Cherry Pestaño

By Charis and Cherry Pestaño I am Charis Ann Montes Pestaño, 20 years old, a third year college student, the eldest daughter of Pastor Mil Pestaño. My younger sister’s name is Cherry Mae Pestaño, 10 years old, a grade four student. This is our testimony before, during, and after the destruction of Super Typhoon Yolanda. […]

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Relief Efforts after Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda)

Typhoon Haiyan

Thank you for your response to Typhoon Haiyan that struck the Philippines on November 8, 2013. This typhoon left mass destruction over a large area in the middle section of the country. The relief effort is an on-going project. We are approaching this in phases and transferring funds from the relief we received each month. […]

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Talaingod Church Dedication, Philippines

Talaingod Church Dedication

By Dario Basingil On September 25, 2013 the Talaingod, celebrated a day of Thanksgiving and church dedication. The theme was: “Paghalad, Pagdayeg ug Pagpasalamat” in the Visayan language and English it means “Offering, Praise and Thanksgiving.” Rev. Dario S. Basingil was their guest speaker. His text was taken from II Chronicles 7:1-10. We cannot imagine […]

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Coastal Clean-up in Palawan, Philippines

By Leandro J. Segay Recently, the Boy and Girl Scouts of the First Free Will Baptist Christian School participated in cleaning up the coastal area near the school. It is the area of the former Vietnamese Refugees Camp that is less than a mile from the school. This activity was in connection with the campaign […]
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