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Christmas Greetings 2016 from the Spiritual Leaders
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For the purpose of strengthening commitment to do ministry up in the mountains, thirty-five tribal Pastors and volunteer workers gathered last November 22, 2016 at EFC- Marahan, Marilog District. The speakers, Pastors Renante and Delia Miguel, Senior Pastors of EFC – Mati and the Core Leaders of Davao Oriental Section, shared topics with emphasis on ministry in these last days.
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To broaden and deepen meaningful experience of the children in the Children’s Church, JECPP- Southern Mindanao gathered it’s Children Church teachers last October 27, 2016 for a Teacher’s Training at Evangel Family Church of Davao, Inc. Some 32 teachers from Davao Oriental, Davao del Sur, Davao del Norte, SOCSKSARGEN, and Davao City heeded the call.
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I learned from Pastor Liza that the secret to long life is serving God faithfully, and Pastor Tony said God always rewards faithfulness. Talking about reward, the CPM was truly one rewarding experience f
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Last September 22, we lost a dear church planter named Pastor Jessa Lachica, assigned at Pinamalayan, Oriental Mindoro. She’s the youngest daughter of Rev. Salvador and Clarita Lachica. She’s resilient and strong in the Lord. She had a big heart for church planting seen in her own church and in more than ten cell churches she supervised.
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TOTAL - 1,535 May the Lord grant us victory and breakthrough in all regions of JECPP!
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More than 70 folks openly said ‘yes’ to the invitation to receive the Lord and Savior Jesus Christ at Talyak, Maasim, Saranggani Province.
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JECPP Founding Chair Rev. Robert Lim spent three days ministering to more than 90 young people from Central and Eastern Visayas in Minglanilla, Cebu for the annual youth conference last April. Together with him were the new Regional Director Rev. Renante Subong and the new Deputy Director Rev. Gerry Fernandez and other leaders who made sure the young people enjoyed the relaxing atmosphere, encouraging messages, wholesome fellowship, joyful praise and worship, and more.
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It was a picture-perfect moment last July 15, 2016 when 13 new graduates of the Tribal Workers Intensive Training (TWIT) proudly smiled and posed for a memorable start of their missions journey. Graduation is not the end; it’s the beginning. But before they would step into a new level of commitment, the supportive family, friends and mentors came to witness the graduation event. This is an exhilarating time when one receives honor before God in the presence of many witnesses.