Here you can meet our students. We are so excited for the future of these Agta men and women. Thank you for taking the time to learn more about them. When I visited the Agta people in February, 2015 and discussed what the biggest needs were, the answer the village leaders gave was that they wanted their children to be able to move up to higher education. Although elementary school is provided by the government, the cost of continuing from junior high into high school and beyond was cost prohibitive. There are currently over 100 Agta children in several elementary schools. Their hope is that we would help them continue past Grade 6.
Amielyn dreams of becoming a doctor one day and she loves to play volleyball.. Because her mother had died and her father lives elsewhere, she is growing up in the Dipontian village.
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Emmanuel dreams of being a teacher one day and he loves to help out his family. His father, was like a brother to me as I grew up, but passed away a few years ago. Emmanuel's grandfather, Didog was one of the first believers. He worked for years with my parents to get the New Testament translated into Agta.
Vincent dreams of being an engineer one day and he loves his family. This is Vincent with his mother, Bita, and his sister Geraldine. Bita was one of the first students who my parents helped to go to school in 1970.
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Kendi dreams of becoming a teacher one day, and she loves school. Her parents have been close friends of my family over the years. They love Jesus so much.
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Jessica dreams of being a teacher one day and she loves reading the Bible, her family, swimming, reading books, going to church every Sunday and being at school.
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