Vincent & Kimberly Greene


Cainta, Philippines

Transistion from the Field

It has been such a blessing in our lives to serve in the Philippines these past seven years as missionaries. We have been blessed as a family to serve the Filipino pastors and churches. It has also been a delight to help plant Lifefield Church, our home church in the Philippines. The Filipino people have forever been etched on our hearts and have blessed our lives in innumerable ways.

When we came back for a year-long furlough last June, it was to be able to help my (Vincent's) parents. Both my mother and father were having serious health issues. We were able to help sell their home and provide much needed help and encouragement to them. As we are completing this furlough period, we have come to realize more and more that my parents are still needing help and care. As their health continues to diminish, we have realized that we are needed to take care of their needs in a very profound, long-term way. As a result, we have come to realize that we are not able to take care of them in the way they need while still serving full-time in the Philippines. As we have prayerfully considered the situation and have received counsel from our sending church and our mission board, we believe it is best that we stay indefinitely in the US to provide the needed help for my parents moving forward.

We are so very thankful for the prayers and support you have given us over the years. The Lord has truly used you to be a blessing in our lives. But with this decision, we kindly as that you please stop sending any financial support to our mission board for us. Through your gracious giving, the Lord has provided for our family to transition back to the US.

Even though we are looking to the Lord for the next chapter of our lives, we do know that our hearts will forever be intertwined with the Filipino people.

Greene Family

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Cainta, Philippines