Kyle Elgen Acop lived with his mother and father in a very small house made of native materials, no electricity, no water, and no comfort room (bathroom). They cooked outside and used a candle or kerosene lamp at night. Despite the poverty and distance, Kyle walked to school every day;
Category Archives: Sponsorship
Dear Friends of LCW/LCP, Hallelujah, Praise the Lord, our prayers have been answered. Thanks to you, our sponsors and donors, all the LCW/LCP budgets were covered for 2016. We thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your faithful support and prayers. God has used you as His hands
July 20, 2016 — Roland and Juliet Albon, two of LCP’s College Scholars recently opened a café in Dumaguete City. The two siblings were inspired as young people to obtain an education, trust in God, and dream big. They first began operating a family welding shop. Juliet also worked in
July 18, 2016 — Theresa Sojar first came to LCP in her daddy’s arms with a bone disease called “Valgus Disease”. Through the “LCP Children with Disabilities Program” she was given a chance to undergo an operation that enabled her to be able to walk. Happily she then started Preschool.
July 15, 2016 — I admit to being a little dazed and disoriented as I emerged from the little airport building into the sunny heat of the early afternoon in Dumaguete, Philippines. Only two of our group from the Presbyterian Church in Sudbury (Massachusetts) had been there before, so we
DO DREAMS REALLY COME TRUE? Yes, it happened to me in March, 2015. I had the privilege to go on a mission trip to Little Children of the Philippians with some really great people. I have served on the LCW Advisory Council for 19 years but this was my first
Sheilou became the face of LCP during the 25th Anniversary this year. She is 6 years old, has never been to school and is the youngest of 9 siblings. Three siblings married at a young age and their mother brought her son and five of her daughters to Dumaguete to