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Teaching Assistant ~ Vanessa Ligaray

As a Filipino citizen and a Filipino teacher finding a highly paid job is a necessity for us to survive. But FIA proved me wrong and turned my world upside down in a good way. The environment of different cultures, people, missionary teachers, students and the community itself made me look at things differently. I may not earn a high salary, but working in this kind of environment is priceless and no amount of money can equal the joy this school brings to my life. I love my job and I love working here. If you love your job, nothing can stop you from conquering the world and experiencing new things.

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I appreciate teachers who understood the transitions and adjustments our children had to go through when we uprooted from our passport country and settled in another that’s completely different. Par

Librarian ~ Kay Watts

I consider it a privilege to serve as an educational missionary at FIA. I came here to support Bible translation, but I also cherish the opportunity to help educate the children of various other mini

Elementary/Middle School Teacher ~ Ruth Graybill

In 2001, the Lord led me to Faith International Academy (FIA) to be part of the missionary staff. FIA is a very special place for someone to serve the Lord by ministering to the children of missionari


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