by Nestle Arboleda Ate Nur is one of the faithful members of the local house church in Silom Silom Island. She came from Malaysia but moved to the island with her family because of their seaweeds livelihood. The life and the servant heart of ate Nur made a great impact to the lives of OSContinue reading Ate Nur: No Small Thing Done for a Great God
Last May 21-30, 13 volunteers composed of doctors, nurses, dentists, and other professions gathered together to serve an unreached tribe in Southern Palawan. This year’s theme is “Tipusod” based on 1 John 4:20-21: “If anyone says, “I love God,” and hates his brother, he is a liar; for he who does not love his brother whomContinue reading Operation Samaria 2019: Tipusod
Thank you for being part of Operation Samaria! video by: Precious Melad, MD
Every year Medical Ambassadors Philippines Inc. is conducting a medical mission exposure trip that aims to mobilize leaders from medical and non-medical professionals and students. The goal of Operation Samaria (OS) is to immerse volunteers in cross-cultural missions and bless the community through health services, health education, and vacation bible school for children. This year’sContinue reading OPERATION SAMARIA 2018: CROSS OVER
After several years of praying, God opened a door for MAP to go beyond its borders and reach out to the southernmost part of Palawan Island. This was also the first time that Operation Samaria reached out to one of the M tribes in the country, the Molbog tribe. They are an M cultural minority,Continue reading Operation Samaria 2017: Daluyan
They say learning is a journey that takes time, and that is usually true for me. But there are also special moments, such as the recent two weeks, wherein God just allowed me to journey in faith and learn far more than what I have in the past months and years.