Fear not, for I am with you; Be not dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you, Yes, I will help you, I will uphold you with My righteous right hand.’

(Isaiah 41:10)


Mission Work

In the land of
the Aeta tribe


Mission Good News supports the Aeta people of Bataan spiritualy and practically.

  • Mission Trips
  • Church Planting
  • Livelihood Farm

Aeta People

The Aeta communities belong to the Negritos ethnic group. Their tribe can be traced in the settlement of the first Filipinos or inhabitants of the Philippines. The Aeta people are distinguished from other Filipinos through their dark skin, curly hair, and small body height. These indigenous people have a particular bond to the nature. The jungle in the mountains is their farm and they have the ability to survive in the deep jungle.​

Today many learned to live in permanent settlements. The most of the Aeta people is living from hunting, fishing, and farming. They’re selling bamboo, fish, lobster, honey, and fruits to the lowlander. The Aeta people have their own language, but they communicate to the lowlanders and outsiders in Tagalog (Filipino).

These peaceful nature people are extremely shy and they`ve quite difficulties to assimilate to the modern world. They live in solitude regions as social outsider and try to help themselves. They are always more and more confronted with the modern world. They need help!

Mission Trips

We venture continuing mission trips to diffrent Aeta communities in Bataan. We introduce Jesus to those who don"t know Him and bring hope and encouragement by proclaiming the "Good News."

The children & youth workers play and sing with the kids and share the love and joy of Jesus with them. 

Church Planting

The Aeta at Abucay

Our Aeta church in Abucay, Bataan was planted from Andreas & Carmela on January 2015.

On February 2018 the missionary couple could handling over the leardeship to native elder and lowlander pastor. The church is growing in faith, unity, and number. Andreas & Carmela continuing to support the church in the background, but also by visting them regularly. 

The church in Abucay cannot survive by their own resources. They depend on support!  Their labors provides merely for their surviving.

And let our people also learn to maintain good works, to meet urgent needs, that they may not be unfruitful.  ​

(Titus 3:14)  

Good News

Livelihood Programm

Our two hectare farm is lying in the green mountain area of Bagac, Bataan (Philippines). With the farm we have the opprtunity to support Aeta people with a Livelihood program.

Most Aeta people have no regular income and it’s often not enough for their basic needs like, rice, medications and school allowance. We have certainly the desire to give them a helping hand and so developed the vision of the farm and the Livelihood program.

​The farm provides for the Aeta community working places such as caretaker, camp co-workers, day job workers. 

The Aeta people receive also the possibility to plant fruits and vegetable on the farm. They can keep the harvest for themselves and or sell it for their own gain.

Farm workers and development


Erfahre mehr ueber das laufende Farm Projekt. 


​Wir koennen nicht allen helfen, aber alle koennen jemanden helfen.

Denn einen fröhlichen Geber hat Gott lieb
​ (2 Korinther 9:7)