The Harvest is Plentiful, but the Workers are Few

Some of our services have now reached maximum capacity, and for safety precautions we will be capping off attendance at 200 per service.


This is good news, and bad news at the same time. This is good news because God is causing our Church to grow by His grace and will, and we couldn’t be more excited by the harvest that He is bringing in. We truly believe that God is setting us up to make an impact in the City of Iloilo, and in the region as well.

This is bad news because it shows that we are no longer equipped to contain the great harvest. It’s a good problem, but a problem nonetheless.

And this only reinforces the need and call that God has given to us to see Victory Iloilo Project Upgrade – our building project- come to pass. God is truly calling us to reach more people, make more disciples and train more leaders, and he is also calling us to be ready.


We thank everyone for their prayer and support in advancing God’s kingdom in our city, and once again, we give this call to everyone to participate and take part in what God is doing, not just in our church, but in the individual lives of everyone whom God is bringing in to our center.

Then he said to his disciples, “The harvest is plentiful but the workers are few. Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into his harvest field.”

Matthew 9:37-38