As Logos Hope continued steadily through the maintenance phase, a team of six travelled to the north of Cebu, Philippines. Working in Medellin, an area affected by Typhoon Haiyan, which hit last November, the team connected with several pastors and churches. Activities such as drawing helped the children living in squatter areas relieve stress from the recent disaster, a skill the team learned prior to the outreach. Despite the traumatic events of the typhoon, hope can still be renewed, and the team shared about the hope of the Gospel with many in the community. As the rain started, a family next door opened their home to the team and the children so they could continue their work. Through this, the team connected with the family and offered prayer for them. A grandmother of the family started to cry because of God’s love and presence shown by the team.