Fe and her son Janjan are just few of the people who are fighting life’s trials to survive. Fe is suffering from diabetes that has left her partially blind. She needs to go to the hospital twice a month to have her illness checked but she rarely goes because they don’t have enough money for it. Fe used to be an on-call masseuse but because she found it increasingly difficult to go to clients’ home, she had to stop.

She needs her son to help her. Thus, Janjan has to miss out on some school activities. He needs to help his mother eke out a living so they can pay for school fees; they do, however, have some friends and supporters who help put him through school. He’s an incoming Grade 10 student in one of the public schools in Brooke’s Point, Palawan.

...Mr. Harvey listens to almost all TWR programs with his entire family. But it hasn’t always been so. By persistently inviting each member to listen with him, listening to TWR’s programs eventually became their family time. Though their abode in Zone 4, San Roque, Camarines Sur could barely contain all of us when we visited them, their hearts were more full to bursting by our presence in their house and our present of a new radio for them.

From there, we went on to meet Junella, the youngest listener we met throughout the ministry travel. Although the contents of Women of Hope are generally designed for older audiences, this teenager, nonetheless, listens to the program avidly. How’s that for a wow?


Leonida, a regular listener of Ilaw ng Pag-asa, started to attend church worship last year. She requested for used clothes to use in going to church because she has no clothes for church. In her text message she said, “I go to church every Sunday now but my clothes are not pretty enough for Sunday worship. Please send me clothes for going to church in. I wouldn’t mind if they’re old or torn. I’d gladly mend them.”


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