The SULADS Journal is the triannual publication of SULADS. It features updates on the latest happenings on the organization, stories from the volunteers, cultural awareness, projects, and many more!
The SULADS Annual Report is to show the year’s blessings from each field and department.
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July – September 2016
This issue features the exciting stories from the SULADS in Agusan and Surigao about their challenging walk with God.
Our April – June edition features the wonderful SULADS industries’ stories from the Honeybee Project & the Farm.
This Lalag issue is featuring the interesting stories of people who have worked with SULADS for a long time.
2015 Annual Report
This is a witness report of the blessings God has for us in SULADS. Press on in faith!
This Lalag issue is featuring the exciting and wonderful stories of God working in the lives of those in South Cotabato and Davao del Sur.
Lalag (the new name for SULADS Journal means Message in Manobo) expresses the exciting and heartfelt stories in working together with the Muslims. May you be able to see a different side than what media depicts the Muslims to be.
The January-March edition of the SULADS Journal features stories of acceptance, submission, escape, and deliverance from the common Lumad culture called “Buya” – a practice on early and arranged marriages. Let’s take the journey with the students from the SULADS Comprehensive High School for the Lumads as they share their experience.
2014 Annual Report
God has never failed us in SULADS. Share His Word!
The July-September edition of the SULADS Journal features heart-warming stories from the SULADS Comprehensive School for the Deaf and the Mangyans of Mindoro. May these stories inspire you to serve God even amid difficulty and incapability.
The June edition of the SULADS Journal is here! This month, we are featuring stories from the SULADS work in Tawi-Tawi. Enjoy reading!
May you be inspired as you read this very first issue of the SULADS Journal. This debut issue features stories from the mountains, giving you a background of the challenges met by our volunteers and the the culture of the Lumads.