Stories – Michelle Lado

Amidst the devastation of Super Typhoon Yolanda–the worst storm ever recorded, the recipients Para Sa ‘Yo Lord of Barangay Don Pedro in Bogo, Northern Cebu were thankful to the volunteers and to the Lord for the relief goods they received. “It was the first relief goods they received” said Alfie Amontos a volunteer of PSYL.
He said that most of the recipients in the aforementioned brgy. are from the denomination of Seventh Day Adventist.

Taking part in the relief operations is a different feeling I cannot explain the sharing and giving to our brothers and sisters who were hit by the Super Typhoon is being the hands and feet of Jesus to these people who are in a crisis at this time. —Alfie Amontos, Elim Cebu volunteer


Lamintac Sur Medellin—A small barangay located of the Northern part of Cebu which experienced the wrath of Super Typhoon Yolanda was a recipient of Para Sa ‘Yo Lord relief operations.

” The recipients were extremely grateful of the goods they received. Upon receiving the packs they will kiss and hug you in gratitude. It’s really heart warming and the tiredness we experienced in the packing and long drive will ease as you can see their heartfelt gratitude, said Sis Estela Resma start-up head of Elim Mandaue.”

Joy is an understatement in reaching out to the victims of the Super Typhoon. It’s the least we can give, it’s living up to Jesus’ command in His word, “Whatever you do to the least of your brothers that you do unto me.”

Michelle-Lado