Archive for Life in Palawan

Planting In Drought

Dwayne:
It’s been a few months since we came to Palawan to work on some maintenance of the aircraft. It seems the pace here is always somewhat more intense with so much going on. My main purpose down here has been to get the twin back up and flying, but the progress has been slow for [...]

Posted on Thursday, April 21st, 2016

Walk By Faith

The amazing thing about a faith ministry is that you're stepping into the Red Sea every month. We have been learning to walk by faith and not by sight. Each month is a new adventure and faith building experience. Though the expenses continue to grow, with fuel and maintenance costs, more missionaries and church plants, [...]

Posted on Monday, February 1st, 2016

Challenges Inspire More Prayer

Dwayne Harris

The last four months have been action packed and extremely busy with flying and other projects in Palawan. Sean and Pris got back the end of July and that helped alleviate some of the flying load. We spent a couple more weeks in August at our base in Palawan with Sean and Pris before [...]

Posted on Sunday, September 6th, 2015

Karusuan and the Prayed for Helicopter

Wendy Harris
We don’t often get around to writing follow up stories from previous newsletters but here is one we had to write. You may remember a story I wrote 2 years ago while we were in Palawan of a village man that showed up to church one day requesting our help saying, “We don’t want [...]

Posted on Wednesday, August 26th, 2015

Helicopter Speeds Missionary Deployment

Dwayne Harris
Over the last two years we have been working toward restoring an old airstrip at Mountain View College (MVC) in Mindanao for the purpose of supporting the work of the SULADS. The SULADS had their beginning years ago as a student missions program of MVC. It is now officially a separate entity but is [...]

Posted on Wednesday, July 8th, 2015

Charms, Strings, and Witchcraft

Wendy Harris
We ducked our heads into the small, bamboo hut and saw a young girl curled up in a dark corner on a raised, bamboo bench seat. *Amy is only 18 years old, newly married and 2 months pregnant. She recently moved to a depressed village near our airbase in Palawan. We got a full [...]

Posted on Wednesday, June 10th, 2015

A Helicopter for Palawan

We’ve always said that when God provided a helicopter it would be the biggest miracle yet. It would leave no room for doubt that there is a very powerful God who is able to provide for His work!
For more than 3 years we prayed for a helicopter to serve the people and missionaries of Palawan [...]

Posted on Monday, December 15th, 2014

Shattered Leg on the Mountain

Just last week we received the news of yet another amazing story. This time it was Elias, the new (and first ever) SM doctor at the Kemantian clinic. He and some others were on their way to the church and school in Kensuli, across the river. He slipped on the bridge and his cleats caught [...]

Posted on Tuesday, October 21st, 2014

OB Emergency (Lali’s life saved again)

I expected the worst, but was still amazed by what I saw. Lali's husband, Buba and another friend trudged down the trail covered in sweat and mud with Lali in a hammock on a pole. Lali was white as a sheet and in and out of consciousness. Another girl, Bapa, with muddy and tattered clothes, [...]

Posted on Tuesday, October 21st, 2014

Helicopter Funds Begin!

We’re back again after 3 months of traveling, seeing family, and sharing in churches etc. Dwayne spent 3 intense weeks doing flight training and now he has his flight instructor rating for both multi and single engine airplanes. This will help him keep other missionary pilots current and enable him to give them some advanced [...]

Posted on Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014