Be still

Be still

Tough times had hit us in the past week.

Super typhoon Rolly whipped the nation last October 31st leaving blown-off roofs, causing flash floods, power outages, damage to infrastructure, blocked roads, almost 400 thousand evacuees, and even some dead people due to catastrophic winds and rains. Rolly hit the main Luzon Island particularly Catanduanes, Albay and Manila. And while the storm was still wreaking havoc the next day, a fire at night razed the 400 homes in a fisherfolk community in Bacoor, Cavite reclamation zone. It took four hours before the fire was put out.

These ordeals are indeed heartbreaking and we are sending our heartfelt empathy to our affected brothers and sisters. We pray for their immediate recovery from the losses they suffered and wish to offer uplifting words from the One we can trust in times like this.

Psalmist David sang to the Lord, “Be merciful to me, O God, be merciful to me! For my soul trusts in You; And in the shadow of Your wings I will make my refuge, Until these calamities have passed by.” (Psalm 57:1).

We can always count on the mercy of God. Peter encourages us to “Give all our worries and cares to God, for He cares about us.” (1 Peter 5:7)

We must not think twice in coming to God for He will attend to our cries. As written in Psalm 107:28-30, “Then they cry out to the Lord in their trouble. And He brings them out of their distresses. He calms the storm, so that its waves are still. Then they are glad because they are quiet; so He guides them to their desired haven.”

To all my countrymen, let the current challenges lead us to heed Psalm 46:10, for the Lord is saying, “Be still, and know that I am God!” Deep and true knowledge of the real God will let us pass through different calamities in life and still be able to come out triumphant.

Shalom! Shalom! God bless the Philippines!!!

PRAY FOR DAVAO

PRAY FOR DAVAO

Yesterday night, a blast killed 14 people and left 60 wounded, at the very least.

My fellow Filipinos, that blast was surely heard by God. But I believe that more than the booming sound, His ears are pierced by the cries of the casualties and the wails of the bereaved.

Therefore, I am calling out to every nation-loving, God-fearing Filipino, during these trying times, let us all believe that there is a God who hears, who sees, who feels. Let us come to Him, with our hearts joined in prayer–that there may be justice for the dead, healing for the wounded, comfort for the bereaved, and peace for Davao and the whole nation.

Then, for us who are unharmed by the bomb, after joining our hearts, let us now join our hands and stand for them who were harmed. Once again, as we have done countless of times before, let the spirit of bayanihan arise. Let the Filipinos rise again, together.

Shalom! Shalom!

BRO. EDDIE C. VILLANUEVA

Jesus Is Lord Church Worldwide

President and Spiritual Director

Together, for God and Country

Together, for God and Country

The Jesus Is Lord Church Worldwide (JILCW)’s Statement
on the Recently-concluded Elections

As a church with the dictum GOD and COUNTRY, the Jesus Is Lord Church Worldwide (JILCW) has always been praying for good governance and righteous leadership, and for this election, God specifically answered us by giving us three victories:

  • the come-from-behind win of senator-elect Joel “TESDAMAN” Villanueva who, as a first-timer in the senatorial race, shocked many by landing on the second spot;

  • the miraculous, God-ordained victory of mayor-elect Joni “JJV” Villanueva whose phenomenal win via toss coin showed the divine vote of God Himself; and

  • the consistent success of Citizens’ Battle Against Corruption (CIBAC) party-list, which, for the sixth time has secured a seat in the Congress.

But more than the personalities who won, the general success of the past election is reflected in the following:

  • vote counting machine (VCM) glitches became smaller (2.55% versus 6.11% in 2013),

  • vote transmission went faster (already at 74% at 10:50pm on the actual day of elections), and

  • voter turnout soared higher (81.62% versus 73.1% in 2013).

Because these results, in themselves, bring us a sense of the Filipinos’ increasing involvement in nation-building and the government’s relentless perseverance in public service.

Therefore, we, the JILCW, call for a prayer of thanksgiving—foremost, a prayer of thanks to God for a fast, efficient, transparent, and peaceful elections and, secondarily, a prayer of thanks for the 140,000 policemen, 409,392 teachers, and the many government and non-government officials who became instruments in securing each of our votes.

Secondly, we call for a prayer of wisdom for all the winning candidates—starting with the president and vice president, the twelve senators, the 293 party-list and district congressmen, and the 17,736 local government officials. The task ahead of them is humongous and would, therefore, require the support and cooperation of all of us, 102 million Filipinos.

Hence, we call for a prayer of healing. After the bantering and arguing over conflicting viewpoints on issues of political concern, relationships had been broken. Now that election is over, regardless of who we voted for, may we forget our differences and, instead, remember our singular ancestry: we are Filipinos, all of us.

Our plea for prayer, therefore, is our plea for all Filipinos to UNITE. Because we know and we believe that national change and transformation is the duty of every Filipino, not just of the elect. So let us rally together. For our beloved nation.

Finally, to all Christians, let us also keep fighting the good fight of faith. Because we know and we believe that unless Christ Jesus is placed first in every pillar of society—that is, in the church and in the family, in the government, in business and economics, in education, in science and technology, in media and entertainment, in arts, and in the environment—our beloved nation will never truly see change.

“Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord, the people he chose for his inheritance.”

(Psalm 33:12)

ON MARRIAGE AND EQUALITY:  The Jesus Is Lord Church Worldwide’s (JILCW) Position on Same-Sex Marriage

ON MARRIAGE AND EQUALITY: The Jesus Is Lord Church Worldwide’s (JILCW) Position on Same-Sex Marriage

“To bring all peoples to the kingdom of the Living God regardless of race, status, belief and religious affiliation through the saving, healing, delivering and transforming power of the Lord Jesus Christ” – the JILCW mission statement, emphasis added

With a firm belief that all are created in the very image of God and, also, purchased by the blood of Jesus Christ, the JILCW staunchly believes that equality should never be a privilege of the few, but the right of all.

Hence, any attempt at disrobing anyone—that is, irrespective of age, gender/sexual orientation, nationality/ethnicity, social class, educational attainment, physical ability and religion—of his/her basic rights is an assault against his/her personhood and must, therefore, be objectionable by law and human ethics.

It is for this cause that we, the JILCW, have, for the past thirty-nine years, so cried: NO to the belittlement of the differently-abled, NO to the exploitation of the youth, and NO to the corruption of the money-hungry. That is, we cry NO to all kinds of abuse and discrimination.

Therefore, in light of the recent stir on the rights of the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) group, we say NO to any act that will stifle their right to live with freedom and dignity. This includes, but is not limited to, their right to education, right of suffrage, right to freedom of speech and expression, right to fair trial, right to privacy, and right to social security.

In short, we say YES to the promotion of LGBT rights—BUT only insofar as the moral laws and standards of GOD, who is the Supreme Judge, are NOT violated. This brings us to the case in point: In view of God’s precepts, should same-sex marriage be rendered acceptable?

We now turn to His Word—

“So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them. God blessed them and said to them, ‘Be fruitful and increase in number; fill the earth and subdue it…’” (Genesis 1:27-28)

“‘Haven’t you read,’ he replied, ‘that at the beginning the Creator ‘made them male and female,’ and said ‘For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, and the two will become one flesh?’” (Matthew 19:4-5)

From these verses, we can gather that, although across time and space marriage has taken on various forms (polygamous vs. monogamous) and definitions (economic security vs. romantic commitment) one kernel of truth remains—that marriage is a God-ordained sacrament between opposite sexes for the purpose of union and procreation. Let us elucidate this definition further:

  1. It is a God-ordained sacrament. While marriage is a legal matter, it is, first and foremost, a divine mandate: “God blessed them and said to them, ‘Be fruitful and increase in number; fill the earth and subdue it…’” Hence, marriage must primarily be rooted in God’s decrees, not in any constitution or any human construct. What, then, are God’s decrees about marriage? We move on to the next two points…
  2. It is between a man and a woman. God’s design for the human body is that males are biologically and physiologically sexually compatible with females—and vice versa (“male and female he created them”). Any other coition will be against the divine and natural order of things—hence, God’s firm command: “Do not lie with a man as one lies with a woman; that is detestable.” (Leviticus 18:22)
  3. It is unitive AND procreative. If marriage were but a pledge of commitment to someone, then it would have been no different from friendship. But marriage is more than that. It is the union of two people: “and the two will become one flesh.” The marital mandate, however, does not stop there: “Be fruitful and increase in number; fill the earth and subdue it…” Hence, couples are also expected to fulfill their civic duty of child-bearing/child-rearing—although marriage is not prohibited to couples who are incapable of child-bearing (as in infertility or old age).
  4. With these, any and all changing formulations on the concept of marriage must NOT deviate from the above definition. Juxtapose same-sex marriage with it and we can gather, plain and simple, that same-sex marriage is a clear distortion of the God-ordained concept of marriage.

    Having thus considered these, we can gather that since same-sex marriage (or even same-sex coitus) is NOT right before God, marriage can NOT be accorded as a right among same-sex couples.

    Hence, we make it plain and clear that while the JILCW respects the LGBT group, we can only do as much as stand with them in fighting for their basic rights, but NEVER stand for same-sex marriage—or any other act that would infringe the highest law of all: the law of God.

    This, we believe, should be the stance of the Church. For we are not only the extension of God’s hands to the poor and marginalized; we are also His salt and light to this tumultuous world (Matthew 5:13-16).

    So let not the dim issues of life extinguish our flames. Instead, let us allow our little lights to so shine—that all humankind would see THE Light of the World, the be-all and end-all of life, JESUS CHRIST.

    We end by saying—

    We stand with the LGBTs in their fight for freedom and equality—that is, in all areas except those where our faith and ultimate commitment to God are to be compromised…

    We stand with the sanctity of marriage, the dignity of the family, and the blessedness of life…

    Because, ultimately, we stand with the supreme GOD and His infallible Word—in whose cause we live and die for.

    With a prayerful heart for the LGBT group and their search for meaning and fulfillment,

    THE JESUS IS LORD CHURCH WORLDWIDE

JIL Church St. Francis Square Grand Opening

JIL Church St. Francis Square Grand Opening

October 16, 2014

The Jesus Is Lord (JIL) Church Worldwide is delighted to announce the opening of a new house of worship dedicated to the glory of the Lord Jesus Christ. It will be at the very heart of Metro Manila, standing proudly in the very midst of the hustle and bustle of the Ortigas financial and central business district.

Housed in a building dubbed as “a masterpiece of visual symmetry,” the Jesus Is Lord Church St. Francis Square is located at 3rd Floor St. Francis Square Mall Julia Vargas Ave cor. Bank Drive, Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong City, Philippines. With its elegant design and smart interiors, one is tempted to think that it was designed to attract business. But instead of attracting businesses of any sort, it is now meant to attract souls…people who have forever sought Peace, Joy and Blessings. With this newest house of worship are both opportunity and responsibility to bring God nearer to those who seek Him.

Come and worship with us on October 26, Sunday, 9 A.M., and together, let us meet Jesus, the Prince of Peace, the Fullness of Joy and the Blessed, the King of kings and Lord of lords!

Mark your calendars. Then come and be blessed!

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC

The leadership of the JESUS IS LORD CHURCH WORLDWIDE holds steadfast to the following principles:

  • That there must be UNITY IN THE BODY OF CHRIST even amidst differences in minor theological presuppositions and worship expressions;
  • That there must be DUE PROCESS in dealing with all pastors, leaders, workers and members who have issues in the ministry;
  • That there must be FREEDOM FOR EVERYONE TO EXPRESS his/her beliefs in the RIGHT AVENUES with honesty and courtesy.

It is in view of these principles that the JIL leadership refutes all accusations based on information that have been blown out of proportion and are propagated in social media sites. Plain and simple, these are all LIES AND DECEPTIONS spread by people whose aim is to hinder the JILCW from fulfilling its mission to glorify God. Yet, we firmly believe that such pursuits can never uproot that which the Living God Himself has planted and nurtured for the last 35 years. In reality, these are all meaningless efforts inevitably leading to self-destruction, because no malicious undertaking can ever overpower the work of the Almighty God in this precious ministry born from His very Heart.

The deepest prayer of the entire JIL Church Worldwide is that we may end all attempts to hinder the furtherance of the Kingdom of the Living God, especially these insignificant issues which are not even worthy of attention, so that His precious ministry may continue to fulfill its mission to bring all peoples to the love and grace of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Note:

Should there be any valid need to further inform the Body of Christ and other religious organizations regarding this matter, the JIL LEADERSHIP will release official statements containing the truth about the former leaders who left their positions without subjecting themselves to organizational protocols and who are now spreading false accusations and unfounded questions against the church.

Unbreakable Legacy

Unbreakable Legacy

By: Ariza Aquilizan

I think I speak for all the delegates when I say that the CYN Summit 2013 has started an unbreakable legacy for us. We are forever changed; and like the memories of our experience, we want to share this with the generations to come after us.

As I am writing this article, I am almost lost for words. I cannot even begin to describe what I experienced and what I saw with my physical and spiritual eyes. Blessed and anointed speakers sharing powerful messages and beautiful reminders, unforgettable encounters with the Lord, meeting new people and strengthening bonds between acquainted brothers and sisters. My time in the Summit was definitely a pleasing memory that I will remember forever.

Those who have gone before us in the Jesus is Lord (JIL) Church, our parents, pastors and leaders, paved the way for such legacy. They ushered in the strong moves of the Holy Spirit. We have seen them serve God wholeheartedly; witnessed them rise up from unbelievable crises, and seen them perform miracles by the grace of God. We have felt the presence of God through their lives. They started this church, this family. Having said these, we are ready to carry on with the pleasing and humbling burden now resting on our shoulders. Just as Moses had Joshua stepped in his shoes, our church leaders have passed on to us JIL’s glorious legacy. It is now our time.

So what was it really that was passed on to us? We now share the enormous responsibility to raise a generation who knows Jesus and what He has done for us. It is now our time to empower the young and old people. We now continue the call of God in the ministry.

Experiencing the summit

What I experienced, felt, heard and saw during the Summit shook everything in me. For instance, everyone saw Pastor Joey Crisostomo miraculously and immediately healed sprained ankles and wrists. I mean, how is that even possible, right? Beyond doubt, we saw how God lent His power to his servant. I asked some youths to describe their Summit experience and these are what they said:

“It was innovative; ground-breaking!”

“My summit experience will stay in my memory forever”

We learned to examine ourselves and look at where we stand and where we want to be. The speakers reminded us about the qualities God seeks for in a person; about the dependence and importance of our obedience and faithfulness in serving God here on earth. In the summit manual, we received an encouraging letter from our Spiritual Director, Bro. Eddie Villanueva. He spoke of taking on challenges and how we should forge ahead and push forward.

Challenges are terrifying, that is why we need a constant reminder to not fear them. That also means that we need to remember who we are and who God truly is in our lives. During the summit, we were all reminded that we were not in a playground or funhouse, but we are in a battlefield (that explains all the challenges). It was such a significant declaration when our CYN International Director, Pastor Jovi Villanueva, read a poem called “A soldier in the army of God”. The poem spoke about enduring the challenges, claiming the victory and marching heaven-bound. It was a poem about an army that admits no defeat, an army hell cannot handle; it was a poem about us.

Messages from God

Day 1

CHRIST LEGACY: The first speaker was Pastor Joey Crisostomo. He was supposed to share about the legacy of Christ, but the minute he sensed the Holy Spirit, the Summit agenda shifted its course. Before we knew it, we were all kneeling down, giving God our rawest shouts of praise and worship. And let me tell you, the encounter did not stop there. We were constantly filled with God’s Spirit throughout our time in the Summit.

Days 2 and 3

THE LEGACY OF DOCTRINAL CERTAINTY& OUR IDENTITY IN CHRIST: Doctrines lead you to the realization of your true identity in Christ. It becomes a mirror that reflects the real you. Pastor Bobot Bernardo shared about the certainty of our identity in God. It was an important message for all of us. The enemy loves to tempt us, young people, and manipulate our minds. Why? Because we are in search for our identity. We search for places where we can belong. We look for people who can accept us for who we are. And sometimes, we search in the wrong places. God tells us that the certainty of our identity is based on two realities: (1) We are sinners saved by GRACE. We are nothing, but praise God for His love for us! And (2), We are servants called by the master.We are serving the King of all kings. What an honor! We should be proud of standing out like an oak tree in a wheat field. Our identity is in Christ (no wonder we don’t feel like we belong with other people), so let us all shine for His awesome glory.

WORSHIP NIGHT: The worship night on Day 3 was led by Pastor Bobot Bernardo. He told us about worship, and how the levels or qualities of our worship depends on our personal relationship with God: (1) Primary – seeing God as the Creator; (2) Secondary – seeing God as the Doer of good things), (3) Tertiary – seeing God as the Hope of the future, and finally, the Graduate Level – the passion to see God. Worship is based on the reality that God is God. When we give Him worship, we are basically giving Him what’s rightfully His: Glory.

Day 4

We had tons of fun on the fourth day! The delegates explored Rome in groups. We went sightseeing and food hunting. We also got the chance to know each other more, create new bonds and strengthen the ones we already had.This day was all about learning to stick together as a team.

JOINING ANOTHER MAN’S MINISTRY: Just as God hand-picked your family members for you, He placed you in your church for a good reason. We don’t pick our ministry, God does. We have all heard about churches that crumble for lack of bonding. They split because they no longer work effectively as a team. During the session with Pastor Bong Gonzales, we were taught how to avoid such problems. In order to work as a team, we need to recognize our leaders and serve them. We need to remember that God placed our leaders above us for a purpose. So stand firm, everything goes according to His plan. All we need to do is keep up and remember that the keys are obedience and faith.

Day 5

THE LEGACY OF A CHRISTIAN CALLING: We were privileged enough to listen to Pastor Jovi Villanueva, our very own CYN International Director, share about the legacy of a Christian calling. Grace is an unmerited favor. Despite sins, God has given us the amazing grace that allows us to still serve him. Imagine having personal servants who always fail to meet your expectations! (What a disaster!) God is the kind of master who have such servants, but still He never gives up on them, on us.  Why? Because He doesn’t call the qualified, but qualifies the called! God’s calling involves suffering and persecution, but that is what the calling is all about: Enduring them. And we choose to endure them because it’s worth it! God rewards faithful lives with serenity and storied legacies. Live and die peacefully. But there’s so much more than that. Contrary to what we would hope, good people aren’t exempt from violence, torture and affliction. We just need not to be intimidated. We just need to focus on our calling and our reward. Remember, without challenges, there will be no victory. “There is no oil without squeezing the olives, no wine without pressing the grapes and no fragrance without crushing the flowers.”

THE LEGACY OF FIXATION: Another topic shared on the fifth day was about the fixation on Jesus. The hilarious Pastor Bong Infante told us that nothing and no one can touch our relationship with God as long as we continue to stand firm in Him. If we fix our eyes on Jesus, it will be easier to complete His calling, His purpose and plan for our lives. Tomorrow is already prepared, all we need is to settle down and not fear. When we learn to not fear we grow stronger, and when we grow stronger we will be able to resist the works of the enemy. So how do we remain hooked on Jesus? There are few key points: Spiritual discipline, faithfulness to God, and living by the example of courage. Courage emerges, not from increased security, but from enhanced spiritual maturity. We learned that we can choose not to fear those who harm us and focus on God instead. Just like boy scouts, we are to look at danger and study it, but not be afraid. God allowed only one fear, and that is the fear of the Lord.

BREAKOUT SESSION: THE LEGACY OF THE CHRISTIAN MISSION: We also learned about the Christian mission, which is to expand God’s kingdom on earth. It is our duty to make people aware of God, sin, the Gospel, God’s kingdom and Jesus as Christ. Life has a purpose, and God saved us all for the purpose of good works. Our true mission is to fulfil the call to make disciples and make Jesus famous. Pastor Emil Galang warned us about the danger of the “Triple S”: Saved, seated and satisfied. We need to step out of our comfort zone in order to reach out to other people.

THE LEGACY OF THE CHRISTIAN HOPE: Pastor Bobot Bernardo told us about the life of Paul, who was steadfast in his hope. In 2 Timothy 4:6, the apostle Paul saw his death coming.  He was ready to die for the cause of Christ and considered death as a gift leading to eternal life with God. Just like Paul, we learned that our highest treasure is to claim our eternal life with Christ. We can experience this because of the redeeming blood of Jesus. The crown of righteousness is in store for us which God will reward us with one day, and that includes everyone who have longed for His appearing.

Day 6

COMMISSIONING SERVICE: All throughout the Bible, we read about God calling and anointing people to do His work. Anointing is about the presence and power of God manifesting in, upon or through a person’s life by the Holy Spirit. God imparts His ability upon available and yielded vessels to fulfil and carry out His will and purpose. Anointing produces power, that is why Jesus prioritized, honored, ministered upon, imparted, treasured and protected the anointing. On the last day of the Summit, the pastors anointed the delegates with oil, and at that moment we felt God’s power manifest in our lives. What an experience!

I believe the delegates have grown stronger and wiser since the Summit. I mean, we were privileged enough to have listened to so many anointed and humble pastors. The messages from God were so precious. We even experienced seeing the pastors kneel before every PK (Pastor’s Kid) present in the room. The way they shared their testimonies really painted a picture. I will never understand how that must have felt for the PKs, but that was absolutely a prophetic gesture to remember.

”Rev. Ptr. Bobot Bernardo gave the most eye-opening and heart-changing teaching I had ever heard in my life (and that’s quite a lot considering I grew up in church!). He shared the most authentic and legit testimony as the life of a Pastor, living a dual role as minister and parent. In fact, his testimony was so transparent that I began to see things from his perspective. It was heart-breaking, yet love-compelling – so poignant, but sincerely dispensed. My entire outlook of being a PK suddenly turned (thank God!). After the session, I could not help but gather every courageous cell in my body and shake the hand of Ptr. Joey Crisostomo and Ptr. Bobot to simply say “Thank you for letting us see things from a pastor/parent’s point of view.

”… thank you Pastor dads and moms for doing the best you can. Loving God more than your family is highly admirable.”

– Sheryl Palmero

I thank God for opening our eyes and teaching us how to see things in different perspectives. Indeed, we have learned to honor the past. Thanks to our many mentors, pastors and leaders who have empowered us to shine. The CYN are chosen to lead because our leaders believe in us. I continue to pray that Jesus will be reflected in our good deeds and transformed lives.
The reality is that the things God showed us during the Summit were extraordinary. I believe the testimonies are endless, and I know that we have all found a new life, as well as our identity as an anointed generation. Our legacy is, indeed, grand.

Living out this legacy comes with its challenges. How will we keep ourselves and the ministry humble and grateful in the midst of compliments and successes? How can we make sure that Jesus Christ will remain the center of it all? This is our adventure, and it’s our duty to navigate through. We don’t know what tomorrow will bring. But blessings or trials, we are excited to press on forward to see God’s glory shine across the earth in greater ways than ever before. We will come against the enemy with a bang, because believe me, the CYN are extremely loud and dynamic.

We have learned and seen a lot during our stay in Rome. And now, we are ready to work to continue with the legacy, and all the glory will be given to Jesus as we make His name famous!


Ariza Aquilizan is a member of CYN from JIL Oslo/Bergen, Norway.

YAM’s 7th Anniversary in Hong Kong!

YAM’s 7th Anniversary in Hong Kong!

With only a few months to go, YAMs all over the country and the world are getting ready for the 7th Anniversary of the Jesus is Lord Church – Young Adult Ministry, happening in Hong Kong on August 24-26, 2013.

In line with theme verse Psalm 2:8

“Ask me, and I will make the nations your inheritance, the ends of the earth your possession,”

YAM and its leaders venture out into a call for greater faith, as Young Adults of the church reach for their calling to be a blessing to other nations. In the hope of gathering the YAM leaders and members from the Philippines and all over the world, the three-day event shall take place in Hong Kong, an area where there are many Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) currently residing. Hong Kong is also a valuable area for the Jesus is Lord church, for it is there that the international churches of JIL started.

The three day event will include the following exciting activities aimed to glorify God and strengthen the young adults of this generation. On August 24 (Sat), there shall be a whole day conference for the YAMs equipping them with knowledge, wisdom and strength from the Word of God. It includes topics from various speakers like our very own Ptr. Bobot Bernardo and Dr. Mila Lily Mercader of Mighty Dove Financial Group.

The event does not end with just receiving God’s blessings, it also entails the Young Adults to share what they receive through ministering to our fellow Filipinos and other residents of Hong Kong on August 25 (Sun). It is a great time to know the plight of our kababayans in other countries and extend to them God’s love through prayer and sharing God’s word. After these activities, YAMs would also have time to enjoy Hong Kong on August 26 (Mon) by visiting tourist spots of their choice like Macau, Disneyland or Ocean Park. In this way, they could also have a time to bond with the other YAMs from other provinces or countries.

So, what are you waiting for? Don’t miss out on this milestone event. Elevate your faith in the God who provides. Book your flights now! Also, registration is already open, and you can pay in full or installment. Contact us for further information about lodging and registration. Also, see our NOTES page for updates and answers to your FAQs.

You may text/call : Ms. Jo Causapin at 0933.3547426 or 0916.6158136. 

Again, don’t miss this opportunity to expand your horizon, learn more about God, minister to our fellow Filipinos and be a blessing to many nations! Register now for only P3,500 (exclude airfare and hotel accommodation)