Praise the Lord that Christian Aid is reaching the nations!

— Donna K., PA

The letters we get from Christian Aid keep us informed of the needs of our brothers and sisters in Christ. Thank you so much.

— Charles and Susana C., KY

Thank God for the good work you are doing.

— David E., NY

I praise God for the GREAT and MARVELOUS work He is doing through your ministries to our Brethren.

— DonnElise K.

Thank you for the letters included with our receipts. They help me understand your work. They remind me to pray for you….because you are missionaries too.

— Janet H., MT

Praise God for your ministry! Many others need to do missions this way.

— Sonja K., ME

Praying for each of you every day!

— Kenneth S., FL

God bless everyone involved in Christian Aid.

— Sheila B., CA

As we welcomed a new granddaughter recently, our hearts also ached for these children born as refugees. May this gift, however small, alleviate some hungry cries. We continue to pray for peace.

— Ron and Natalie T., MD

Thank you so much for your website and facebook site. They minister to me in such a great way. They help keep keep us informed on Christians worldwide.

— Von Morgan, MN

Thank you for helping God’s people.

— Terri C., IL

May GOD's grace and love be felt by all who are touched by these funds. Please continue HIS good work in Africa!

— Kathleen C., PA

We pray without ceasing. Thank you for your caring hearts.

— Marcia A., TN

Thank you for all you are all doing in taking the Good News out to the people.

— Greg and Terri B., WV

Top 5 People Groups

Tagalog: 29,379,000

Cebuano: 21,235,000

Ilocano: 9,301,000

Hiligaynon: 7,747,000

Central Bikol: 4,215,000


Christian: 91%

Evangelical: 12.2%

Muslim: 4.8%

Ethnic: 3.2%

Non-Religious: 0.7%


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About Philippines

The Philippines is a collection of 700 inhabited islands with Luzon being the largest. It is home to 201 People Groups, 30 of whom remain unreached according to the Joshua Project. The Philippines is predominately Christian with one important exception. The Moro people are traditionally devout Muslims and seek a separate Muslim nation in the parts of the Philippines where they dominate. In addition to this Christians in the Philippines must contend with various cults which claim to be Christian but have adopted false teachings.

Christian Aid supports several indigenous mission groups in the Philippines, for example missionaries who give comfort to the orphaned and neglected among the Islamic Yakan tribe.

Recent Prayerline Posts

PHILIPPINES. New Christians have formed new churches after gospel presentations at Christmas parties that a native ministry has organized over the years for village families. Christian workers seek ...

PHILIPPINES. Outreaches in slums feed not only tiny bodies but the souls of hungry children. A native ministry’s food programs offer Bible lessons and activities, resulting in Christian children leading their families to Bible studies ...

PHILIPPINES. A dozen destitute seniors have no one to care for them but workers from an indigenous ministry, which provides housing and care and boosts their nutrition with five kilos of rice ($6 each per month). ...

PHILIPPINES. In areas that have virtually no Christians, workers for Reaching Muslim Tribes for Immanuel serve amid tremendous spiritual darkness. They may be assisted through Christian Aid Mission with prayer ...

Related Stories

Children in Poverty Get Taste of Abundant Life

September 21, 2017 - Impoverished children in the Philippines learn that life is more than trying to get all you can just to survive. Read more.

Help Victims of Terrorism in the Philippines

June 6, 2017 - More than 200,000 people in the southern Philippines are desperate for food, water and other essentials for survival after fleeing an attack on Marawi City by an Islamic State-linked terrorist group. The ongoing terrorist assault that began on May 23 sent thousands of families fleeing, most to Iligan City, where Christian Aid Mission supports an indigenous ministry that risked rescuing some residents and is striving to provide critical aid to those who have escaped. Read more.

The Surprisingly Urgent Need in the Philippines

March 16, 2017 - The prospect of Islamist expansion beyond the southern Philippines is just one reason evangelization is a matter of high urgency, an indigenous missionary says. Read more.

Killed for Christ in the Philippines – a Love Story

January 12, 2017 - Throughout his Muslim daughter's courtship with a Christian, Datu had hurled stones at the suitor's father, a pastor, and threatened to kill his son. Then came the wedding. Read more.

The Tausug People of the Philippines

On a group of islands in the Southern Philippines, live the Tausug, a people part of the wider Moro ethnic group whose lives are intricately intertwined with Islam and animism. Read more.

Evangelizing the Isles of the Sea

Over the course of the years Christian Aid has aided over a hundred evangelistic, church-planting missions in the Philippines, plus ministries that care for needy children and operate Bible schools. Read more.

Philippines: Poverty And Danger

One third of Manila’s inhabitants live in poverty, the heart of which is the infamous Smoky Mountain. The nauseating stench of methane gas emitted from this 100-foot trash heap resembles a cloud of smoke, thus earning its name. The toxic environment offers these destitute dwellers a spectrum of maladies, including malnutrition, tuberculosis, dysentery, hepatitis, measles and skin rashes. Read more.

Mindanao Ministry To Muslims

Mindanao, the second largest island in the Philippines, has been the traditional homeland of Muslim Filipinos since the 15th century. The Muslim population is composed of many ethnic groups spread among the islands of Mindanao and the Sulu Archipelago. These scattered islands can only be reached by pump boats. While the incidence of poverty is high, the lush, natural beauty of the place provides a clear picture of the Creator’s handiwork. Read more.

The Talaandig People of the Philippines

The Talaandig people, located in North Cotabato Province on the island of Mindanao, Philippines, are a small animistic tribe of only 4,500. And unlike the more dominant Muslim tribes living in the Philippines, the Talaandig are excluded from political affairs. Because they are relatively ignored by government authorities, the tribe has become susceptible to coercions to join such rebel groups as the communist New People’s Army. Read more.

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