Dear Friends and Supporters of the EFCCM,

You are probably aware of the devastation in the Philippines caused by Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan). Our hearts grieve the loss, and we pray for comfort and peace in this time of sadness and desperation.

We are inviting you to get involved in the following ways:

Option 1:

Jason & Andrea are EFCCM career missionaries serving in Manilla, Philippines. To assist in the relief efforts this family has started a special project to provide much-needed emergency supplies to people in need. They will use their network to distribute these within the disaster area.
If you would like financially support direct relief support through Jason and Andrea, follow the instructions below:

Visit the EFCCM Donation Page then,

Select “Miller, Jason and Andrea” from the drop-down list, and when filling out your donation details, please add “2-2435 Yolanda Relief” in the comments box provided.

Option 2:

World Relief Canada is the relief arm of the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada (EFC), an established partner of the EFCC. This organisation has much experience and expertise in international emergency relief work. Currently donations sent to them will be matched 1-to-1 by the Canadian government.

WRC Typhoon Crisis Response

Additionally, World Relief has also provided resources to help direct prayer and giving:

WRC Church Resources

We know we can count on your prayers for the Philippines as it faces the aftermath of this crisis. May God bring peace and provision to the Filipino people!

This short excerpt comes from Melvin, our Asia Area Director.


I had the pleasure of spending several days with Jason and Andrea and their five boys, and can testify that there is rarely a dull moment. Jason’s primary ministry is Middle School Chaplain and Bible Teacher at Faith Academy.

His passion for ministry is contagious and I often think of his enthusiastic statement:

“I can’t believe that I get to do this for a living!”

Since the students of Faith Academy are primarily MKs we might assume that evangelistic opportunities are limited. That’s not the case, as already this year several of Jason’s students have professed Christ as their Saviour for the first time!

Many activities fill their days: language learning, home-schooling, building friendships with locals and other expats as well as the day-to-day challenges faced by living in the Philippines. Pray for this family as they adjust to a new life and ministry.

You can read and interact with Jason and Andrea’s blog by clicking here.