Rolly & Nimfa Vasey -previously a businessman, Rolly Vasey committed his life to the Lord in 1999 and became a Pastor in 2004. Today he still pastors an independent Church (Touching People Christian Community Church) at Mactan, Lapu-pu City in metro Cebu.
The Vaseys also work through a variety of ministries within a local squatters community. They connect local pastors in unity, feed over 200 children, train church workers, and run a preschool to help prepare children in the community for grade school. Nimfa is not only Rolly’s partner as a wife, but also his partner in the ministry. She is also a graduate of Biblical school.
They are pictured with their daughter.
News and Prayer Points
51 people have been confirmed dead, and 45 are still missing, following a massive landslide last Thursday in Naga City, Cebu.
Rolly Vasey (MV Philippines) and a small team from Cebu are in Naga City and sent us this report:
“Today we made an actual survey at Naga City landslide area as well as their evacuation centers in order know how we can get involve and be part of these survivors lives. As of this point, only the rescuers or the rescue teams are allowed to enter into the area where there are still [many] buried dead bodies.
We just move to their evacuation centers and we were able to talk to the people there and it is so heartbreaking to hear their individual stories, like the 10 year old boy, the lone survivor and the husband like that but the good thing is we were able to share the love of Jesus Christ. Indeed, such a time like this, people are attentive to hear the word of God.”
More than 4,900 people are still in evacuation centres across in the city, and while local residents and churches are collecting donations and relief goods you can help our co-workers provide essential needs that are not available in the distribution centres such as:
- Hygiene Kits
- Large plastic boxes for storage
- Sleeping mattress
- Kitchen utensils
- Clothing and other basic needs
- School Supplies & Toys
Please join us in praying for those who have lost family members and their homes.