The Jesus Is Lord Church Worldwide held its worship symposium at the JIL Prayer Garden in Bunlo, Bocaue, Bulacan last July 24. JIL Worship spearheaded the assembly, carrying the theme “Worship 24/7: JIL DNA.”
Last May 22, 2021, the JIL Worship held a special online event entitled “JIL Worship Empowerment,” where thousands of Worship Arts Network (WAN) ministers from all over the Philippines and all over the world received fresh revelations from the Lord via Zoom and Facebook group live stream.
The objective of the event was to empower worship ministers as they pursue their calling amid a pandemic. The keynote speakers were Ptr. Sam Binalla, JIL Worship Director, Ptr. Joey Crisostomo, Bro. Eddie School of Ministries International Director, and Ptr. Bobot Bernardo, JILCW’s Executive Director.
Indeed, this was a milestone in the history of JILCW’s music ministry, a proof that no pandemic can hinder God’s ministers in giving the worship that is due Him.
We heard you ask, so here’s our take on COVID-19 vaccination.
We believe in God’s power to protect, to heal, and to save. We also believe that He uses medical science as one tool to protect, heal, and save us from threats such as COVID-19.
Does that mean we should get the vaccine? Read on.
In response to IATF Resolution No. 104, there shall be no face-to-face gatherings in all JIL chapters in Metro Manila, Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna and Rizal from March 22 to April 4. Members from those places are advised to attend in our different media platforms.
“Prepared for 2021, Prepared for eternity!” This is the declaration of the almost 2,000 pastors, church coordinators, fulltime staff, and Christian Youth for the Nations (CYN) core leaders from all over the Philippines and the world who joined together via Zoom and Workplace for the Vision Casting of the Jesus Is Lord Church Worldwide (JILCW) last February 17, 2021, 8:00 pm PST.
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.
An exemplary leader, a pioneer, a trailblazer, and woman of vision and action.
Such was Mayor Joni Villanueva Tugna as JIL’s Executive Director. She dreamed big dreams for God and the ministry and worked day and night to bring those to fruition. In fact, she was the brains behind JIL’s many breakthrough programs, systems, structures, and infrastructures, some of which include the establishment of JIL’s Executive Management Board and the renovation of Camp Praise Valley.
At 5:50pm today, we have lost a spiritual mother, a competent teacher, a prayer warrior, and a model of faith. After going through fatal arrhythmia secondary to septic shock, Ate Dory is now resting in the arms of her Maker and Savior. She is now face to face with the God she served all these years, true to the words of St. Paul, “For to me to live is Christ, to die is gain (Philippians 1:21).”
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.
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: