Posted November 18, 2013 under Videos

Tacloban Update


Ruth Ramirez, wife of Victory Tacloban's pastor Eugene Ramirez has finally arrived in Manila. This video is Ruth's recounting of the recent Tacloban disaster and how God spared their family.

It is also brings to fore the reality of the disaster. Rehabilitating the affected cities will take months if nota year.

Please continue to pray, donate and serve. We will need a whole lot more. We are shifting from relief goods to rehab supplies. At this juncture cash donations are preferred as most of the acquisition is best done through Victory Cebu.

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