Sermon on the Mount Pavilion De Servants International, Has Held Its' First Missions Conference in the Philippines

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Two small unknown churches, one a cyber ministry and one a traditional brick and mortar church team up to hold its first Leadership conference in Davao City, Philippines. Each one believing God could bridge the great divide between their lands with his Word. Indeed, he did just that and a great ministry partnership has been formed.

Sermon on the Mount Pavilion De Servants International, has held its' first missions conference in the Philippines. The idea for the missions conference was born in October 2004 by the founders Legale Tzedek-Mishpat and Chantay Black-Collins. Sermon on the Mount Pavilion de Servants is a missionary group of servant leaders co-laboring in The Lord's Vineyard to prepare His people before His return.

The two servants of the Lord were contacted by a church in the Philippines via their "cyber ministry" and the rest is history. They both co-labored with Dr. Rev and Mrs. Lito H. Cabilogan and his Bunawan Baptist Church in Davao City, Philippines for eleven and a half months and held the coveted event on October 21-22, 2005. Over 300 God seeking guests showed up to the event which had five guest speakers, praise and worship teams, snacks and dinners held on both days for all at the expense of both ministries. In addition, bibles, children's literature and Christian leadership materials were distributed to each guest.

Dr. Rev. Lito Cabilogan says, "That if the church responds to the needs of the people, the people will respond to the call of the church."

Sermon on the Mount Pavilion De Servants asked themselves this question, "Why did God choose our ministry to co-labor with a people over eight thousand miles away?" And they were told by the Spirit of God, "I could do my work through you because of your faith." At this point they were reminded of his Word. "Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things unseen." Hebrews 11:1." "Our faith is why we were used to effect change so far away, Praise God!"

Both ministries believe that breaking down barriers to salvation for all will start with the Gospel of Jesus Christ being spoken, read and given to them on a daily basis. This is their mission and they have vowed to continue providing that gospel to those who want to know Christ.


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