Pastor Kevin Sanders

"He must increase, but I must decrease." -John 3:30

Five Years in the Philippines!!

Today, July 11th, marks my fifth year in the Philippines! I am so blessed that God has called me hear and allowed me to serve Him.

Thanks to all of you who have made these five years so special! Special thanks to my ministry teammates and my churchmates–you guys are my family here in Manila. Thanks also to all of you students who have allowed me to be a part of your lives.

We celebrated this anniversary by conducting two True Love Waits seminars at Universidad de Manila. Today’s seminars were conducted for those majoring in Education (the picture above is a student asking me a question during the Q/A portion of the seminar). Thanks to those who arranged and attended the seminar!



  2. Thank you Kevin for everything, going to the movie, drinking coffee together and teaching me useful things. Wish you all success and happiness.

  3. Hi. Maybe I’m part of your ministry now and I should thank you as well. 🙂 I just happen to see updates of your blog in my inbox and since I got tired of deleting them (sorry about that), I checked on it one time and got into the habit of reading it everytime.hehehe! 😉 Thanks, your blogs are very inspiring as well as insightful. You must’ve a very fruitful ministry here to get to your 5th year. Happy Anniversary, “Kuya” Kevin. May the Lord bless you more.


  4. Thanks for reading, guys!!

  5. Praise God for your willingness to serve! Congrats on 5 years.

  6. Kevin:)

    NICE 2 hve u here for 5 long years… :):):)

    and tnx 4 helping students realize the meaning of TRUE LOVE WAITS

  7. thanks din kuya we all love your blog

  8. It’s a great blessing to hear that!
    I believe that this five years you learn a lot and bless thousands of students through your obedience. Isaiah 54:2-3.God bless you brother!

  9. kuya kevin,

    Hi, have you ever been talked a seminar at the University of the East Manila?

  10. Yes. I did a small seminar there a few years back. I’d love to do a big one for the NSTP, but it has never happened. I talked to some administrators a couple of years ago but nothing ever came of it.

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