Amidst all the loss and despair when habagat inundated Luzon weeks ago, tales of courage, compassion and heroism has emerged.
Pamela Imperial, one of Operation Blessing's volunteers, shares her experiences when she helped the monsoon flood survivors.
An OB volunteer shares her thoughts as she met a widow in the recent disaster relief mission held in Sarangani Province and a widower in Negros Oriental last February.
Though they also suffered from the tragedy, the flame of the bayanihan spirit was bigger than the fire that consumed Isla Puting Bato. Volunteers were all-out in helping the fire survivors of Tondo.
The 700 Club Asia host Felichi Pangilinan-Buizon and her family joined Operation Blessing's medical mission in Catanduanes. In this blog she shares her experiences and how priceless it is to willingly use our hands to lift others up.
Loneliness is experienced by anyone who has ever lived but none as pronounced when you are already old and craggy and when the one who you are supposed to grow old with has long gone before you. See how OB made her smile.
More than just bringing hope and compassion to people in desperate need, one of the things OB loves doing is sharing to groups and individuals how to mobilize help to people in need.
Alone, the children of northern Mindanao will never move on from the trauma brought by Sendong. They need help. And this is how we did it.
It is 5am. I am in a car, driving around the city. The air is cold and the sun is about to rise for another hour or so. For a busy city, everything is quiet. But the streets were anything but empty.
If only YOU and I would care...and support the needs of the disadvantaged people like the IPs, then, and only then, Albert Einstein could be true to his words. Everybody is a genius.