Special thanks first of all, to Mr. Len Isotoff, Director of Sales, Matson Inc., and the Matson Inc. Shipping Line for donating a 40ft container and shipment for this relief drive. We also would like to thank all our partners and donors who have helped and made this a successful and fond experience. These individuals, institutions and churches have gone the extra mile not only in donating goods, but have helped us out tremendously by soliciting donations from their church members and from others within their respective communities. These are, the All Nation Christian Fellowship and the Life in Christ Bible Church in Pasadena, the Island Christian Fellowship in Arizona, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pangelinan, Vesleen Hellan and Andy Hellan of Arizona, Eric Phillip, Micronesian Wear, Mr. and Mrs. Surleigh Tara, Mr. and Mrs. Lipan Welly from Barstow, California, Karina Herrera, Jackie Givens, Kolee Humilde, Anthony Oto, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Robert, Alex Hoyte, Helios Leung, Erico Lanni, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Willy Enriques, Keiki Elies, Rita Nakayama and her church, Saint Francis, located in Vista, California, Mr. and Mrs. Sven Beck from Poway, San Diego, Priya Jayaprakash, Flora Furlong, Cora Lautanen, Miriam Splane, Bruce Coon, County of San Diego, PHN Manager, Mr. and Mrs. Edie Timarong, Jannette's co-workers at the San Diego County Credit Union, Mr. John Akapito, National University Student Services Staff and National University International Programs Office Staff, Pastor Boomsma Ron and the Sovereign Grace Church in Pasadena, Pastor Ross Shepherd from the California Southern Baptist Convention, Pastor Joe Rhodes and the New Hope Church of Penasquitos in San Diego, Pastor Curtis Grandi and the Southwest Baptist Church in Imperial Beach, California, and the Bishop's School in La Jolla, California.
Last but not least, thanks to the MOMUSA Family for being so faithful and supportive as always. To God be the glory! Bless you all!
On the evening of March 29, 2015, Super Typhoon Maysak battered the islands of Chuuk, demolishing up to 95% of tin houses on the island leaving hundreds of people homeless and killing at least five people. Our hearts and prayers go out to our loved ones that have been affected by this destructive super typhoon.
In response, MOMUSA took an initiative and sponsored the "We Care" Relief Drive in the hopes of collecting items that could be donated to help our Micronesian people in need. Donations were collected and shipped to Chuuk and Yap.
From all of us at MOMUSA, thank you to all for your love and support.
The church sign which had been laying flat on the ground for several months had finally been erected and restored. The two wooden posts from each end that supported the heavy sign got rotten and apparently a strong wind knocked the sign down. Thanks to Karl and Suva who joined up with a few guys from the morning service for restoring the sign. Job well done guys!
MOMUSA will be participating in the upcoming ICT Tournament, November 27 to 29 on the ASU Campus in Phoenix, Arizona.
Thanks to Mike Pangelinan and his team for an outstanding job putting this together. This will be the second year of the event.
Please keep us in prayer for revelation of where and when God wants to send us this summer.
The annual summer camp in August is always an exciting time of the year the family looks forward to. Detail will be posted up as soon as we secure the location. Hope you could join us this year.
Killeen, Texas (May 3-4, 2014) - Texas Island Gathering was a success. Spending time reminiscing on the morning after my wife and I reached home safely, I wanted to give all the praises and thanksgiving to our loving heavenly father for his protection and guidance through out the trip. We left Ontario, CA Thursday evening and finally caught up with Yino and Emily in Copperas Cove, TX after a long 24-hour sleep deprived journey. Upon arrival late Friday evening we were received and warmly welcomed by the hosting group along with other participants from Reno at the beautiful residence of Dominic Funug and his lovely wife Wendy. The hosting group provided such hospitable environment throughout our stay and may God bless you for that.
The next day, everyone was invited to meet up at the Island View Pavilion on Simmons Road in Belton. The venue provided a prominent feature where breeze coming from the adjacent lake kept the temperature moderately tolerable on a warm day. The isolation of the venue also eliminated any possible distractions. We were able to play loud music and BBQ without disturbing the neighbors.
PREACH THE GOSPEL: "Everyone who calls upon the Name of the Lord will be saved." (Romans 10:13) "How, then, can they call on the one they have not believed in? And how can they believe in the one of whom they have not heard? And how can they hear without someone preaching to them?" (Romans 10:14) "Faith comes by hearing, and hearing by the Word of God." (Romans 10:17)