Youth Mobilization

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“The youth is the hope of our future.”
– Jose Rizal, national hero of the Philippines

Companion With The Poor sees the potential of our youth to become leaders of this country. We do not want the poor youth to be left behind. We want them to be educated and trained so that they can contribute to their betterment, and that of their family and community.

How the Vision for the Youth Started

It begain in July 2008 with a visit to when a team of CWTP missionaries visited the University of Rizal System (URS) in Montalban, Rizal. It was a relatively new campus built by the local government that at that time held a student prpopulation of over 1,500 college students. Majority of the population were taking up Business and Education course studies. The survey revealed that of the total student population, 70-80% of the students belong to the poorest of the poor families. The campus is surrounded by different relocation houseing areas for the ppoor.
For three (3) years of campus work of the CWTP missionary team, not less than 1,500 were evangelized though Medical & Dental Missions, Social Fellowships, One-on-One Evangelism, Classroom Evangelism, Small Group Bible Studies. Late, we had discipled and trained 45 Student Leaders on how to share the gospel using different tools like  “the Bridge” illustration, the “Four Spiritual Law” and on how to lead Small Group Bible Studies. Since that time, we also have provided educational scholarships to 12 deserving students coming from the area.
Companion With The Poor sees the potential of our youth to become leaders of this country. We do not want the poor youth to be left behind. We want them to be educated and trained so that they can contribute to their betterment, and that of their family and community.

 

Current Youth  Mobilization Programs

Evangelistic Summer Youth Camp

Conference, Workshop & Training for Student Leaders

                                                                                                                         Alternative Learning System (ALS)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Department of Education project that                                                                                                                                                                                                                         seeks to provide a practical alternative to the existing formal instruction                                                                                      for those who have limited or no access to formal education.

Scholarship Program

Medical & Dental Mission

Small Group Bible Studies

Group Prayer

Sports Evangelism

Counseling & Consultation

Small scale livelihood projects

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