The 7 most dominant players in NCAA Basketball history (1980-2012): Will “The Beast” Calvin Abueva make the cut?

The 7 most dominant list UAAP version became a hit that it compelled me to do another one but this time an NCAA Version.🙂

Just like in UAAP, the NCAA today also has a “dominating” player in Calvin Abueva.
Abueva recently made history by being the 1st player in NCAA history to be a “triple king
crown” holder. He lead the NCAA in Points, Rebounds and Assists this season that might earn him his 2nd straight MVP (just like Bobby Ray).

So who are the other players in NCAA history who was as dominating as Calvin or even more dominating?

Check this out!

PS. Just like the UAAP Version, I limited my list from 1980 up to the present.🙂
1. Rommel Adducul (SSC-R) 1993-1997
Why is he on the list?
– Led SSC-R Stags to 5 straight Championships
– 2 time MVP (1996-1997)
– Rookie of the year (1993)
– Leader of what was considered the most dominating team in NCAA history the 1997 SSC-R Stags Team. The 1997 team had an average of 80+ points per game and
limiting their opponents to an average of 60+ points per game.
1997 SSC-R Stags had a perfect record that season.

The “General” Rommel Adducul can be regarded as one of the Best Collegiate Players that the country has ever seen both UAAP and NCAA. Leading his team to 5 straight championships is something only a dominant player can do. Well, it can be argued that the Stags at that time had a complete team consisting of College greats Rodney Santos, Topex Robinson, Rommel Dela Rosa and many more, but still Adducul is the main man on that team. Having won back-to-back MVPs, Rommel was considered a sure # 1 pick in the PBA draft, but instead opted to join the now-defunct MBA and in the MBA Rommel still dominated that league having won multiple championships and MVP awards. The “General” is hands down, the most dominant player in NCAA history.

2. Eugene Quilban (SSC-R) 1986-1989
Why is he on the list?
– Led SSC-R Stags to 2 straight Championships
– 2 time MVP (1987-1988)
– Led SSC-R Stags to the first perfect record in NCAA history in 1988

Eugene Quilban??! Just like in UAAP (remember Jun Reyes of ADMU?), NCAA also had a dominating player who after college became an unknown in the basketball world but looking at Quilban’s stats and you’ll see how dominant Eugene is. Another Stags great, Eugene was the main key why the Stags broke the streak of Letran in the mid 80’s. The great point guard played an all-around game that made him so dominant that led his team to 2 straight Championships.

3. Sam Ekwe (SBC) 2006-2009
Why is he on the list?
-Led San Beda to 3 Championships (2 straight)
-2 time MVP (2006, 2008)
– 2nd in NCAA history to win the Rookie MVP

Sam Ekwe paved the way for College teams both in NCAA and UAAP to import African players. Sam Ekwe was the original “dominant” import in college hoops. Sudan Daniel, Karim Abdul would not be around if not for Sam Ekwe who was so dominant in his NCAA years that landed him 2 MVP awards and 3 Championship rings. Those who saw Ekwe play would agree 100% that he is part of this list. J

4. Samboy Lim (Letran) 1982-1985
Why is he on the list?
– Led Letran to a 3-peat (1982-1984)
– 1 time MVP (1984)

The “Skywalker” is not only a great PBA and National team player but he is also a great player during his collegiate years at NCAA. He was part of Letran’s  3peat during the 1980’s that also landed him an MVP trophy in 1984. Many people regarded Samboy as the next big thing in Professional Basketball and true enough, Samboy truly made waves at the start of his career but injuries limited his greatness. Still it is without a doubt that Samboy is a dominant player not only in the Professional scene but also on the Amateur ranks.

5. Calvin Abueva (SSC-R) 2009-2012
Why is he on the list?
– 1 time champion (2009)
– 1 time MVP, 2011 (potential back-to-back MVP – 2012)
– Holds the record for a “triple king crown” (Points, Rebounds, Assist)

Just watch the NCAA today and you can see why the “beast” is included in this list. He scores, he blocks, he rebounds, he passes, he plays defense, he does everything! This #2 pick in the 2012 PBA draft led the Stags to a championship in 2009 (that ended San Beda’s run) and now a  there’s big possibility he will be a back-to-back MVP awardee. Another Stags Great, truly Abueva is part of this elegant list. J

6. Gabby Espinas (PCU)2004-2006
Why is he on the list?
– 1st ever Rookie-MVP (2004)
– 1 time Champion (2004)

PCU Dolphins just joined NCAA in 1996 and they were not really “on the radar” because NCAA was dominated by “old-great” teams like Letran, San Beda and San Sebastian, but everything changed when a “hardworking” rookie came to the league and shocked everyone by winning the Rookie of the year and the MVP at the same time and add to that the championship he won in that same year. Gabby Espinas is truly dominant having led the Dolphins to its 1st and only Championship in 2004 and also led the Dolphins to 2 more Finals appearance but losing to San Beda on both occasions. Still Espinas is considered one of the most dominant in NCAA history.

7. Sudan Daniel (San Beda) 2009-Present (injured for this season)
Why is he on the list?
-MVP (2010)
– Rookie of the year (2009)
-2 time Champion (2010-2011)

The 2nd African and the 2nd Red lion on the list. “Superman” Sudan Daniel had the same dominance as Sam Ekwe. Sudan led San Beda back to the top of NCAA with back-to-back championships after the upset-loss to Abueva’s San Sebastian in 2009. Sudan validated the “theory” set by Sam Ekwe in bringing “imports” to universities by showing his dominance in the NCAA.

Honorable Mentions:

1. Kerby Raymundo (Letran) 1997-1999
– 1 time MVP (1999)
– Rookie of the year
– 2 time champion (back-to-back)

2. Alvin Patrimonio (Mapua)  1984-1987
– Back-to-back MVP (1985-1986)

The 7 most dominant players in UAAP Basketball history (1980-2012): Is Bobby Ray part of the list?

Now that Bobby Ray Parks of NU won his 2nd consecutive UAAP MVP trophy I became curious of who were the other players in the history of UAAP who were as dominant if not more dominant than Bobby Ray. Since I don’t have that much of a reference, I only included players from 1980’s up to the present, because
I don’t have much data on the early UAAP days.🙂

PS. I have limited data on the UAAP Finals MVP and Rookie of the year.🙂

Here are the 7 players who are included in the list, is Bobby Ray included?
Check this out!

1. Allan Caidic (UE) 1982-1985
Why is he on the list?
– 3 time UAAP MVP (1982,19845-1985)
shares the record for most number of MVP
– led UE Red Warriors to a total of 3 championships,1982,1984-1985 (almost a four-peat if not for FEU who cut the streak)

Allan Caidic was so dominant during his UAAP days that he was recruited to the National team and was highly coveted by PBA Teams during his time.
History, Experts, Stats will definitely tell you that the most dominant UAAP player since 1980, is the TRIGGERMAN!

2. Jun Limpot (DLSU) 1989-1992
Why is he on the list?
– 3 time UAAP MVP (1989-1999, 1992)
shares the record for most number of MVP w/ our Most Dominant UAAP Player ever, Allan Caidic
– led the Green Archers to a back-to-back UAAP Championships (1989-1999). Almost a Four-Peat
if not for the FEU led Johnny Abarrientos

Jun Limpot was so dominant, that on his 1st year in UAAP he blazed his way to becoming the MVP and a UAAP Champion.
Jun Limpot could have blazed his way to 4 UAAP MVPs and 4 UAAP Championships but the Flying A interrupted his dominance, still
The Real Deal is still one of the most dominant EVER!:)

3. Dennis Espino (UST) 1991-1994
Why is he on the list?
– 2 time UAAP MVP (1993-1994)
– led the Growling Tigers  to a back-to-back UAAP Championships (1993-1994) and helped the tigers to a rare

Right after Jun Limpot left the UAAP, another player became dominant and that’s Dennis Espino.
Dennis led UST to a rare “perfect” elimination that made UST automatic champions.
Dennis was so dominant that he became one of the top picks in PBA that eventually led him to team-up with our number 2 dominant player Jun Limpot for the former Sta.Lucia Realtors of the PBA.

4. Don Allado (DLSU) 1996-1999
Why is he on the list?
– 2 time UAAP MVP (1998-1999)
– led the Green Archers  to a back-to-back UAAP Championships (1998-1999) and helped the archers to a rare

Another dominant big man made the list! Don Allado started the winning culture in DLSU, helping them to start
a rare 4-peat. Don Allado was one of the most awaited rookies in the PBA because of his dominance in the UAAP
but because of the rise of Fil-Ams during his time (Erick menk, Asi taulava, Danny Seigle etc.) he never had the chance to show his
UAAP dominance in the PBA.
But still Don Allado was one of the elite UAAP players in the history that made him the original “King Archer

5. Arwind Santos (FEU) 2002-2005
Why is he on the list?
– 2 time UAAP MVP (2004-2005)
– UAAP Defensive player of the year (multiple times)
– Rookie of the year
– led the Tamaraws to 3 UAAP Championships (2003-2005). Actually he only led the tamaraws to 2 Championships, but because
of the Archers controversy on eligible players, the UAAP decided to give the 2004 championship to the Tamaraws.

Arwind Santos, was a monster during his UAAP reign especially in the defensive end making him a multiple time Defensive player of the year
awardee. If not for Kelly Williams, Arwind could have been the # 1 Draft pick in the PBA.

6. Jun Reyes (ADMU) 1985-1988
Why is he on the list?
– 2 time UAAP MVP (1987-88)
– led the Eagles to back-to-back UAAP Championships (1987-1988)

Jun Reyes who? I don’t know if he is related to Chot Reyes, Ryan Reyes or even Efren Bata Reyes but all I know based from
his records that he was a dominant player. Being able to win the UAAP MVP award and UAAP championship back-to-back
is something rare and only a dominant player can do. Now the question of what happened to him after UAAP? I honestly don’t know.🙂

7. Bobby Ray Parks (NU) 2011-Present
Why is he on the list?
– 2 time UAAP MVP (2011-2012)
– UAAP Scoring champ for two consecutive years

Bobby Ray is one talented guy that even NBA scouts are considering him to be part of the NBA (hopefully!). He led NU to
a Final Four appearance since 2001 and only the 2nd time in the Final Four era of UAAP. Bobby Ray is probably the greatest
player who donned an NU uniform (2nd greatest is Danny I!). If Bobby Ray doesn’t join the NBA in the next 2 years, I strongly
feel that he will win at least 1 more MVP (to tie the record of Caidic and Limpot) and at least 1 Championship trophy for NU that
will give NU its 2nd UAAP Championship since 1954 (wish ko lang!).

Honorable Mentions:

1. Johhny Abarrientos (FEU) – 1991 UAAP MVP. Led FEU to 2 straight championships
2. Rich Alvarez (ADMU)–  2000-2001 UAAP MVP. Together w/ the all-star cast of Enrico Villanueva, Larry Fonacier, Wesley Gonzales & LA Tenorio, led Ateneo to 1 Championship
3. Mark Telan (DLSU) – 1996-1997 UAAP MVP, 1993 Rookie of the Year.

Want to help the victims of “habagat floods”? Check this out!

Here are the list of Organizations that you can go to, to bring your Relief Goods or be a Volunteer in packing and delivering
relief goods to the affected areas.

Most of the information are from GMA-7’s website:
and some are from my personal knowledge.

This is my small way of helping the Filipino community.

God bless everyone!🙂



  1. DSWD welcomes volunteers to repack relief goods at the National Resource Op Center (NROC), Chapel road, Pasay, in between NAIA 1 and 2, near ATO. Pls. call Ms. Fabian, Head of NROC 852-8081. (via @dinkysunflower and @dswdserve)

Payatas Quezon City

  1. Drop-off point at The Central Barangay Hall of Payatas
  2. Group 3 Area B, Bulacan Street. Contact 0918-2208205 | 02-4271362.


GMA Network Operation Bayanihan Relief Operations

  1. Para sa mga nais magbigay ng material na donasyon gaya ng ready to eat food, bigas, pagkaing de-lata, bottled water, damit, banig, kumot, gamut, maaari itong dalhin sa tanggapan ng GMA Kapuso Foundation, 2nd Floor, Kapuso Center, GMA Network Drive cor. Samar St., Diliman, Quezon City; o kaya ay tumawag sa mga telepono bilang 9284299 at 9289351.
  1. Para sa cash donation, maaari rin po kayong mag-deposito sa numang branch ng Metrobank, UCPB at Cebuana Lhuillier. Wala pong service fee na ibabawas sa inyong donasyon patungo sa GMA Kapuso Foundation.

Peso Savings

Account Name: GMA Kapuso Foundation, Inc.

Account Number: 3-098-51034-7

Dollar Savings

Account Name:GMA Kapuso Foundation, Inc.

Account Number:2-098-00244-2



Peso Savings

Account Name: GMA Kapuso Foundation, Inc.

Account Number:115-184777-2 or 160-111277-7

Dollar Savings

Account Name: GMA Kapuso Foundation, Inc.

Account Number: 01-115-301177-9 or 01-160-300427-6


ABS-CBN Foundation: Sagip Kapamilya

  1. ABS-CBN Foundation Inc. Building
    Mother Ignacia Ave., corner Eugenio Lopez St.,  Quezon City

Trunkline: +632-415-2272 loc 3765

Direct line: +632-411-4995



Fax No: +632-411-4995

Warehouse: #137 Mother Ignacia Ave., Quezon City

Alagang Kapatid Foundation: TV5

  1. Donations accepted at 730 Quirino Hiway,San Bartolome,Novaliches,QC
  1. Contact No: 938-6393
  1. For cash donations to

Alagang Kapatid Foundation, Inc.
BDO Savings Account No. 005310-410164
Bank of the Philippine Islands Savings Account No. 1443-05333-2


  1. Solar TV is accepting donations for flood victims. Pls bring your donations to Solar Television Network Inc, Upper Ground Level, Worldwide Corporate Center, Shaw Blvd, Mandaluyong.


Ateneo de Manila University

  1. Now accepting donations:
  1. WATER
  2. Medicines (Paracetamol, Betadines, etc.)
  3. Blankets
  4. Clothes (Sorted according to age and gender—Adult Female, Adult Male, Female Teens, Male Teens, Kids sizes Male and Female, as well as toddlers)
  1. Drop your donations: Ateneo DReaM Team, Cervini Hall, University Residence Halls, Ateneo de Manila University. Today, we are seeking monetary donations to cover expenses for the provision of emergency hot meals, transportation of supplies and other as of yet unforeseen needs.
  2. Telephone number: 697-7168.
  3. Want to volunteer? Packing of relief goods tomorrow at the College Covered Courts starting at 1 pm. Donations will still be accepted at Cervini Lobby tonight. By 1 pm August 8, all donations will be directed to the College Covered Courts.

Ateneo School of Medicine and Public Health

  1. The Ateneo School of Medicine and Public Health will be accepting donations on August 8, from 9 am to 5 pm.
  2. Address: Don Eugenio Lopez, Sr. Medical Complex, Ortigas Center, Pasig (beside The Medical City)
  3. For details, contact Joan Chavez – 0917-323-9356 or Alfonso Regala – 0916-746-5746

Ateneo de Manila Law School

  1. Relief-ops now accepting donations: clothes, medicine, bottled water, food items, canned goods and noodles
  2. Drop off points: Outside Law School Activity Center (LSAC), 3rd Floor APS Building
  3. Collected relief goods will be sent to Simbahang Lingkod Bayan in Loyola

St. Scholastica’s College

  1. Any donations accepted: Telephone number: 567-7686 to 89

La Salle Greenhills

  1. Address: 343 Ortigas Avenue, Mandaluyong City
  2. Kindly drop your donations at Gate 2 along Ortigas Avenue
  3. Volunteers and Cash Donations: Look for Marlo Castillo of the Lasallian Mission Office

De La Salle Zobel

  1. Address: University Avenue, Ayala Alabang Village, Muntinlupa City
  1. Kindly drop your donations at Gate 7
  2. Inquiries: Please contact Mr. Jayjay Jacinto of the Social Action Office at 09178597602

De La Salle University-Dasmariñas

  1. Address: Dasmariñas City, Cavite
  1. Kindly send your donations to LCDC, 2nd Floor, SBC Building. For inquiries: Contact Miss Rhayo Mazo Lasallian Community Development Center at 09165900621
  2. You may also bring your donations to the DLSUMC Bldg 1 & 3 Lobby

De La Salle University, De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde

  1. Address: Taft Avenue, Manila
  2. WHAT TO DONATE: Ready to eat food (does not require cooking, and preferably in easy to open cans or pouches), Bottled Water, Usable Clothes, Rice, Canned Goods, Noodles, Blankets, Mats,
  3. Each family is in need of the following:
  1. FOOD ITEMS: 10 kilos of rice, 6 canned goods, Dried fish, Mungo beans, 1 kilo sugar, Cooking or vegetable Oil, Coffee, Milk, Bottled water, Vegetable Noodles,
  2. NON-FOOD ITEMS: Old and new clothes (pants, t-shirts, shorts, underwear), Plastic sheets, Sleeping mats, Blankets, Kitchen utensils, Medicines, Water containers, Laundry soaps, Sanitary napkins (for women/ladies), Tissue, Construction materials for housing repairs, Fishing nets (for fisher folks), Seeds (for farmers),
  1. Donations may be sent through CENTER FOR SOCIAL CONCERN AND ACTION (COSCA) of DE LA SALLE UNIVERSITY-MANILA. You may call telephone number 523-41-43 look for Miss Lilia Barrona or Miss Jennifer Santos. You may also visit our office at COSCA Office, 4th floor, SPS Building, De La Salle University, Manila. For inquiries kindly text or call our Community-Based Disaster Risk Reduction (CBDRRM) Program Coordinator Miss Maria Isabel Lanada at 0920-206-04-97
  1. Donations in kind are welcome at Taft Greenway Square starting 8am, August 12. Call CSA at telephone numebr 526-7441 local 258/266.

University of the Philippines-Manila

1. College of Arts and Sciences

Donations for relief goods can be brought or sent to the CASSC Office.
Contact JM Lanuza at 0917-3960062

2. Henyo Manilenyo
We now have 100 shirts, we just need 100 bottled drinking water and 100 canned goods and bread to complete the kits.

To make donations, contact 0917-8362676 or 0927-5294523 or leave a message at

3. Organizational Communication Society


University of the Philippines-Diliman

  1. University Student Council:

Donations for relief goods can be brought or sent to the USC Office, Vinzons Hall, UP Diliman.

VOLUNTEERS will also be needed for packing and distribution.

For inquiries, kindly contact 0927-757-1005 or 0906-570-1029.

  1. Office of the Student Regent:

Accepting canned goods, clothes, beddings, toiletries, medicines and cash donations. You may bring your donations at the Office of the Student Regent, Vinzons Hall Basement, UP Diliman.

Contact Benedict Opinion at 09175275879 for more information.

  1. College of Mass Communications Student Council:

Accepting relief goods and donations for collection and transfer to UP-wide operations. Drop them off at the UP CMC Plaridel Hall Lobby. Contact CMCSC Chair Mario Urrutia (0906-503-4660) for more information.

  1. UP College of Social Work and Community Development:
    The UP CSWCD Student Council is now accepting relief goods, such as clothes, food, medicine, ‘banig’, toiletries and drinking water, to be donated to the people who are greatly affected by the weather. We also have the CSWCD organizations to cooperate and be partners in this endeavor. For Inquiries, kindly contact 0915-182-8664 (Rex, CSWCD-SC), 0917-885-3128 (Karen, JSWAP), and 0916-246-2524 (Luis, CD Circle).
  1. UP CHK Gym

Bring relief goods, and help pack them for distribution.

Enderun College

  1. Enderun Colleges to accept donations at1100 Campus Ave. McKinley Hill,Taguig 856-5000 loc 550.
  2. Enderun College will also be cooking meals for 4,000 people, for distribution tomorrow August 8. Donate canned goods, rice, food containers, water bottles.

San Beda College-Alabang

  1. Drop-off point: St. Maur Lobby (near the Guard’s Station).
  1. For inquiries, you may contact CARLOS ROMULO (SC HOTLINE) at 0915-316-9985. Volunteers to help relief efforts are also very much welcome. Please get in touch with KIT GOMEZ at 0915-787-0743.
  2. FOOD ITEMS: Rice, Canned goods, Dried fish, Mung beans, Vegetable oil, Milk, Coffee, Bottled water, Ready-to-eat food
  3. NON-FOOD ITEMS: New and/or old clothes, Plastic sheets, Sleeping mats, Blankets, Utensils, Medicine, Sanitary napkins, Laundry soaps, Tissue, Water containers

Colegio San Agustin-Makati

  1. Colegio San Agustin-Makati will be accepting donations starting August 8. Donations and manpower are welcome around 8:30 am at the HS Building Lobby. Kindly look for Ms. Raquel Reyes.
  2. For updates, visit official Colegio San Agustin-Makati Facebook account:

Adamson University (Student Government)

  1. Please go to St Quandrangle or Marian Center, both within the Adamson University, San Marcelino, Emita, Manila from 9AM onwards
  1. Donation drive and repacking for the whole day. Volunteers are welcomed, gates are open for all.
  2. Priority goods: medicine, water, ready to eat foods
  3. Donating to Navotas, Marilao and other areas

University of Santo Tomas

  1. UST disaster relief drive now open. Needed: drinking water, instant noodles, canned goods, rice, clothes, footwear, pillows, blankets, sleeping mats, toiletries, and medicine. Drop-off points are the CSC office, Tan Yan Kee Student Center Lobby, or the Local Student Council Office. You may contact Agree Gonzales: 0917-846-0671.

 Immaculate Concepcion Academy Greenhills

  1. Address: 10 Grant Street, San Juan
  2. List of things badly needed: Canned goods, rice, viand, safe drinking water, coffee sachets, powdered milk, clothes, slippers, blankets, toiletries, first aid, medicine.

St. Pedro Poveda College

  1. Address: EDSA cor. Poveda Street (beside Robinson’s Galleria)
  2. Receives relief goods 24 hours at the gate

Miriam College

  1. Address: Katipunan Avenue
  2. Accepts relief goods and cash donations. Bring donations to College Lower Lanai starting August 8, 9 am to 6 pm. Contact Val Villanueva: 433-7909 or 0920-293-8698

School of the Holy Spirit of Quezon City

  1. Drop off donations at SHSQC. Address: F. Sotto, BF Homes, Holy Spirit, Quezon City. Telephone number: 931-4047, 931-3645

Pamantasang Lungsod ng Muntinlupa

  1. Political Science Department Office
  2. Kindly send / bring food, water, blankets, and other necessities. Contact Hazel Perez – 0915-584-2102.

University of the East

  1. Address: Sampaloc, Manila
  2. Student Council Office
  3. Kindly send / bring food, water, blankets, and other necessities. Contact: Christian Gultia – 0927-682-5509.

Polytechnic University of the Philippines

  1. Address: A. Mabini Campus Anonas St., Sta. Mesa
  2. PUP COC Student Council Office
  3. Kindly send/bring food, water, blankets, and other necessities. Contact Cedric Martinez – 0906-291-2716.

Philippine Normal University

  1. Address: Taft Avenue Corner Ayala Boulevard
  2. Student Government Office.
  3. Send or bring food, water, blankets, and other necessities. Contact R. Angcos – 0926-557-5400.

Reedley International School

  1. Address: JOSOL Building, E. Rodriguez, C5 Libis, Q.C.
  2. Accepting donations, August 8, 8:00am to 4:00pm
  3. Kindly bring ready-to-eat foods, bottled water, clothes, blankets, medicines
  4. You may leave your donations at the school lobby or contact Ms. Cathy Alcantara at 0917-507-9306

Claret School of Quezon City

  1. Donations accepted at Bulwagang Claret inside the Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish, Mahinhin St. UP Village, Diliman, Quezon City




1. Good Samaritan UMC – 915 Quezon Aveue, Quezon City
2. Kamuning First UMC – 130 Kamuning Road, Kamuning, Quezon City
3. Deparo UMC – 10 Susano Road, Deparo, Caloocan City
4.  Puno UMC – Holy Spirit Drive, Don Antonio Heights, Commonwealth Ave., QC
5. Fairview Park UMC – Lilac St., M. Gabriel Compound, West Fairview, Quezon City
6. John Mark UMC – 29 Petronia St. Buenamar Subdivision, Nova. Quezon City

FOOD ITEMS: Rice, Canned goods, Dried fish, Mung beans, Vegetable oil, Milk, Coffee, Bottled water, Ready-to-eat food
NON-FOOD ITEMS: New and/or old clothes, Plastic sheets, Sleeping mats, Blankets, Utensils, Medicine, Sanitary napkins, Laundry soaps, Tissue, Water containers

Contact:  Ace C. Acosta – 09228523554 or Glenn Gonzales 09278992653

Victory (Ortigas)

  1. Victory Center, L4, West Wing, Robinson’s Galleria
  2. Telephone number: 631-1212
  3. We take calls till 8:30 PM. We need water, food, clothing, blankets and other relief goods. You may deliver them to our center. We need volunteers to help pack relief goods and deliver them. You can help out today, August 7 until 8:30 PM and starting 10 AM, August 8.

Victory (Fort Bonifacio)

  1. Every Nation Building, University Parkway corner 32nd Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig
  2. Telephone number: 817-1212
  3. Donations to be accepted starting August 8, Wednesday
  4. For more info:,
  5. Follow @paolopun and @victoryfort on Twitter for updates.

Christ’s Commission Fellowship (Ortigas)

  1. 6th Floor, St. Francis Square Julia Vargas Avenue corner Bank Drive, Ortigas Center Mandaluyong City. Telephone number: 635-3410
  2. Donation of clothes, blankets, canned goods, noodles, rice, drinking water needed

Mt. Carmel Parish

  1. Drop off your donations at Doña Juana Rodriguez Ave., (formerly Broadway Avenue) corner 4th/5th Street, New Manila
  2. Telephone number: 724-5938

Destiny Church – Manila

  1. For everyone who needs temporary shelter, our Destiny Center is open for evacuees. Proceed to 178 Maginhawa St., Sikatuna Village, Quezon City.

Jesus Is Lord Church Worldwide

  1. You can bring your donations for the flood victims in cash or in kind at this address:
    Musikatha Office, 5/F Strata 2000 Bldg., F. Ortigas Jr. Road, Ortigas Center, Pasig 1605
    Telephone number: 637-5410

Our Lady of Pentecost Parish

  1. Our Lady of Pentecost Parish in Katipunan, Quezon City accepts evacuees. They also need mats, blankets, and bottled water.

Sto. Domingo Church

  1. Those living in the vicinity of Sto. Domingo Church in Quezon City are being asked to help provide food and drinks to 400-500 evacuees staying in the Church. Food, water, dry clothes needed.

Our Lady of Beautiful Love Parish

  1. Merville, Parañaque residents may donate clothes, blankets, toiletries, rice, grains, canned goods, noodles, and the like starting Wednesday (August 8) from 10 am – 5 pm. Collection point is at OLBL Parish, San Lorenzo Ruiz Hall.

Sanctuario de San Antonio Parish

  1. Santuario de San Antonio Parish now accepting relief goods at parish center rooms 1-4. Volunteers are also welcome. You may call or text 0920-508-5396 if you need someone to pick up relief goods. This is part of the San Antonio Parish Church relief efforts. You may also drop off your donations yourself.

Christ’s Commission Fellowship

  1. Address: G/F Prime Street, Madrigal Business Park, Alabang
  2. Accepts relief goods: Canned goods, Off lotion, blankets, medicine

St. James the Great Children of the Poor Apostolate (COPA)

  1. Address: Cuenca Street, Ayala Alabang Village
  2. Accepting canned goods, bottled water, rice, noodles, and cash


Red Cross    

  1. To donate via SMS
  1. Text RED<space>AMOUNT to 2899 (Globe) or 4143 (Smart)


  1. Text DONATE<space>AMOUNT<space>4-digit M-PIN<space>REDCROSS to 2882
  2. You can donate the following denominations:
  1. Globe: 5, 25, 100, 300, 500 or 1000
  2. Smart: 10, 25, 50, 100, 300, 500 or 1000

The PRC welcomes donations in cash for flood-affected families. You may send or deposit your donations to the following:

Peso Account Dollar Account Swift Codes
Banco De Oro 00-453-0018647 10-453-0039482 BNORPHMM
Metrobank 151-3-041631228 151-2-15100218-2 MBTCPHMM
Philippine National Bank 3752 8350 0034 3752 8350 0042 PNBMPHMM
Unionbank of the Philippines 1015 4000 0201 1315 4000 0090 UBPHPHMM
Bank of the Philippine Islands BOPIPHMM

Gawad Kalinga

GK Command Center for relief operations for North NCR is at HRD Training Center, Department of Agrarian Reform Compound, Quezon City (take Gate 1). We are ready to accept relief goods. We are now in the process repacking. The budget per relief pack is P230. You can get in touch with 0999-188-9683, 0906-419-2016, 0922-848-3806.

  1. Initial target is 1,000 food packs. We need rice, instant noodles, canned goods, bread, coffee and sugar.
  2. For cash donations, please deposit to: Gawad Kalinga Philippine Peso Current Account # 3101 0977 56 BPI EDSA Greenhills. Gawad Kalinga US$ Savings Account # 3104 0162 34 BPI EDSA Greenhills (Swift code: BOPIPHMM)

Philippine Animal Welfare Society

  1. The PAWS Shelter is now open as temporary evacuation center for pets being evacuated from Marikina. We will also be conducting human and animal relief operations for affected areas in Metro Manila.
  2. Call telephone number 975-0048


  1. Bring cooked rice, hard-boiled eggs, & bread to Akbayan Headquarters, 36-B Madasalin St. Sikatuna Village, QC. Telephone numbers 433-6933, 433-6831
  2. For cash donations: Akbayan Citizens’ Action Party, Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) Kalayaan Branch, Account No. 1991-0086-55

Kilusang Mayo Uno (KMU)

  1. Open until 11PM today, will be distributing goods themselves to Marikina and Novaliches areas.
  2. Address for drop off: 63 Narra St., Brgy. Claro, Project 3, Quezon City. Telephone number: 421-0986
  3. Focus on clothes and ready to eat goods.

Gabriela Women’s Party

  1. Drop off goods at Gabriela office. Address: 35 Scout Delgado, Brgy. Laging Handa, Quezon City. Telephone Number: 374-4423. Or contact Lana at 0922-828-6241/0908-865-3582

Kalikasan Partylist

  1. We will be having a mobile lugawan in Barangay Bagong Silangan and in Montalban, Rizal at around 11 am on August 8. Please bring rice, clothes, canned goods. Relief command center is open from 8 am to 8 pm.
  2. Address: 26 Matulungin St., Central District, Quezon City. Telephone number: 920-9099.

Citizens’ Disaster Response Center

  1. Address: 72-A Times St., West Triangle Homes, Quezon City. Telephone number: 929-9822

Tulong Kabataan Volunteer Network

  1. Main drop-off point: Kabataan Partylist-NCR Office
    1437 Instruccion St. (Near Maria Clara St.) Sampaloc, Manila
    ℅ Mark Louie Aquino, 2nd nominee: 0946-520-1537
  2. Manila drop-off point: Institute Student Government Office, EARST, Nagtahan, Manila
    ℅ Philip Bautista, ISG Auditor: 0946-838-1923
  3. Quezon City drop-off point: Trinity University of Asia, 275 E. Rodriguez Sr. Ave., Quezon City
    ℅ Angelo Cabanes, CSC President: 0915-484-3241
    Metro South drop-off point: The Warden Publication Office, Pamantasang Lungsod ng Muntinlupa, NBP Reservation, Muntinlupa
    ℅ Kitty Bantayan, Publication Director: 0915-909-1672
  4. Marikina drop-off point: Rotary Club of Marikina, F. Mariano Avenue (beside Amang Rodriguez Hospital) Marikina City
    ℅ Ernest Santos, KMM Chairperson: 0999-187-4876

Operation Blessing

  1. Operation Blessing is mobilizing efforts to help more Filipinos affected by the massive floods. For our initial efforts, a team is now in the town of Montalban conducting rescue and relief operations with the Armed Forces of the Philippines. Mats, blankets and food will be given to displaced families to keep them warm as the rains continue to pour.
  2. You can donate through the following methods:
  1. via credit card: click here
  2. via bank: Deposit your donation to Metrobank Account 007-233-544716
  3. via ML Kwarta Padala: Visit any ML Kwarta branch. Fill out a Customer’s Information Sheet with your full name, address, contact number, and the amount of your donation. Make sure to indicate “The 700 Club Asia” as the recipient and “Operation: Bless Luzon” as the purpose of transaction. Submit the accomplished form to the counter together with your donation.
  4. For more information and ways to help, call or text 0922- 858-2398 (Sun), 0920-497-5558 (Smart), or 0917-581-2603 (Globe) or email us

Makati Medical Center Foundation

  1. Accepts relief goods.
  2. Drop-off points:
  1. Makati Medical Center, Social Services Unit, Ground Floor.
  2. College of Nursing, 144 Legaspi Street, Makati
  3. Contact |
  4. via Jam88.3, after 5:35AM, August 8 2012.


  1. BRGY SOUP KITCHEN now accepting ingredient donations:
  1. whole chicken (chopped)
  2. ¼ sticky and ¾ regular rice
  3. large eggs
  4. patis
  5. ginger
  1. Please drop off at PenPen Restaurant. Map
  2. For money donations, kindly deposit to Crispin C. Medina, BPI Savings Account number 3149-0943-84
  3. We need large pots and industrial (mobile) burners as we will be cooking onsite. Pickup trucks for transportation are also welcome.


  1. Bayan Muna is accepting rice, canned goods, noodles, no cook food, clothes, underwear, blankets, medicine, water, slippers, toiletries, utensils, cash donations.
  2. Address: 45 K-7th St., Brgy. West Kamias, Quezon City. Telephone number: 921-3473, 411-0026


  1. Pakidala ang inyong donasyon at relief goods sa tanggapan ng Freedom from Debt Coalition, 11 Matimpiin St., Bryg. Pinyahan, Quezon City. Telephone number: 921-1985, 924-6399


  1. Donate online via

Deposit to World Vision:

  1. BPI

Account No.: 4251-0024-15

  1. If you are a current BPI account holder and already a registered BPI express online member, you may send your donation via internet. You only have to enroll your World Vision Partner ID Number (found just above your name in World Vision correspondence) and send donation just like giving payments to your other enrolled bills. To verify, you may call our Donor Care team at 372-777
  1. Banco de Oro

Account No.: 000-2700-4341-1

  1. PS Bank

Account No: 038-33200013-8

  1. Metrobank

Account No: 060-7060-5186-41

  1. (Please fax your deposit slip with your name on it. Fax no. 632-374.7660 or E- mail


McDonald’s Philippines

  1. McDonald’s stores open in Metro Manila are now accepting donations in kind (rice, noodles, canned goods, etc.) for flood victims.

Jollibee Foods Corporation

  1. Jollibee Foods Corporation (JFC) stores nationwide – Jollibee, Chowking, Greenwich, Red Ribbon, Mang Inasal – are accepting cash donations through Jollibee Foundation coin banks at the counters. Donations received will be used to assist families affected by the torrential rains and flooding.

Bloggers United x Moonleaf Tea Shop

  1. Moonleaf Maginhawa branch is now a drop-off point for donations starting August 8.
  2. Address: 103 Maginhawa St., Teacher’s Village, Diliman Quezon City
  3. Contact number: 0917-583-9916, 0917-800-3152

Smart Libreng Tawag (

  1. Here’s the updated list of Smart Libreng Tawag Stations in Metro Manila and nearby areas as of 9:00 PM, August 7
  1. H. Bautista Elementary School, Brgy. Tumana, Marikin
  2. Malanday Barangay Hall, Malanday, Marikina
  3. Sta. Ana Covered Court, San Mateo, Rizal
  4. Sto. Domingo Church, Quezon City
  5. Tunasan Covered Court, Muntinlupa
  6. Cavite Coliseum
  1. Arrangements are currently being made for more Libreng Tawag centers in severely affected areas in Caloocan, Malabon, Navotas and Valenzuela. We will keep you posted.

Globe Telecom

  1. Globe Telecom has deployed Libreng Tawag services for residents affected by floods in Marikina and Navotas. Evacuees can make calls and send text messages to all networks for free. We have contingency measures in place, such as augmentation of power supply for our cell sites and wireline cabinets.
  2. For customer assistance, call 730-1000 from any landline or toll-free at 211 from any Globe or TM mobile number. You can also post a message via the Globe Telecom Facebook page or tweet @talk2globe.

Cha Dao Tea Place

  1. We will start accepting donations on August 8 at 10 AM at the following branches:
  1. Katipunan
  2. Maginhawa
  3. Don Antonio
  4. Kapitolyo
  5. Parañaque
  1. We will reward your donations with a free milk tea. Check your closets for clothes you can donate, your pantries for canned goods, bottled water and medicines you can give. More details here.

One Meralco Foundation

  1. One Meralco Foundation is accepting donations to help families affected by the heavy rains. You may donate canned goods, water, crackers/biscuits or cash to our office in Meralco Center Ortigas. Call Rainier at 0908-898-0562 or Reggie at 0939-937-1324.

Ayala Malls

  1. Ayala Malls is accepting donations for flood victims. These may be handed over to Concierge booths in all Ayala Malls.

Philippine Airlines

  1. To help flood victims in the National Capital Region (NCR) and its immediate environs, Philippine Airlines (PAL) provincial stations are accepting high value relief goods for free airlift to Metro Manila.
  2. Contact PAL Foundation at (02) 851-2980 or (02) 852-6096; (02) 855-8000 local 2143 or 2563 for any questions.

7-Eleven Philippines

  1. It’s now more convenient to help: 7-Eleven stores accept cash donations to help flood victims. Total donations will be matched up to P1.5M by its Philseven Foundation, and will be used to provide relief goods to affected areas.


  1. Banapple Too in Katipunan (206 Katipunan Ave.) is currently a drop-off point for the Philippine Red Cross. Among others, these items are urgently needed:
  1. Canned goods
  2. Water
  3. Cup noodles
  4. Blankets
  5. For monetary donations, kindly course it through the PRC’s DONATE NOW page:


  1. Binalot has begun accepting donations at its Salcedo Village, Makati City branch for those who have been affected by the recent calamity. You can help three ways:
  1. PLEDGE COOKED MEALS – Pledge cooked Binalot meals to be sent to evacuation centers. You may pledge meals by clicking here. Choose package and make payment via credit card, BDO, BPI, GCASH, Smart Money and PayPal. Please specify your contact number when you make a pledge on the Multiply page. You may give us the specific evacuation area where you want the meals to be sent and we will deliver the meals to that area if possible, or we can allocate your pledges to relief and evacuation centers we are in contact with.
  2. DONATE IN KIND –  Please drop off your donations in kind (clothes, toiletries, blankets, canned goods, water, medicines, etc.) at Binalot Hang-out Salcedo at H.V. Dela Costa cor. Valero Sts. Salcedo Village, Makati City. You may call 889-2660 for directions or refer to the map here:
  3. PLEDGE/DEPOSIT CASH – You may pledge cash donations directly at Binalot Hangout at Salcedo Village, Makati and we will coordinate with relief and evacuation centers. You may also deposit cash donations to our BDO Deposit Account or BPI Family Bank Deposit Account:
  1. BDO ACCOUNT NAME: Binalot Fiesta Foods, Inc.
    ACCOUNT NUMBER: 1520225197
  2. BPI FAMILY BANK: Binalot Fiesta Foods, Inc.

ACCOUNT NUMBER: 6251-0180-04

Please email us ( or tweet us your scanned deposit slip.

Binalot Pledges hotline: 467 8888 or 0922 8930102, look for Jeff, Liezle or Vivian.

  1. For more information about our donation drive, follow us on Twitter at or check our Facebook page at

RFM Corporate Center

  1. Address of drop-off point for relief goods: Pioneer Street corner Sheridan Street


  1. You may drop off donations at any LBC branch worldwide. To locate the nearest branch, you may call our NCR hotline at (632) 8585-999; provincial hotline at 1-800-10-8585999; or you may visit our website. LBC will turn these goods over directly to the Philippine Red Cross.
  2. DONATE: Bottled water, food, biscuits, blankets, mats, banig, clothes, medicine for diarrhea, toiletries, etc.
  3. Please don’t use plastic bags; instead use a blanket, towel or old t-shirt to tie up and carry your donations.


  1. Pledge to donate Hope in a Bottle and help our nation’s flood victims now. With 100% of FOH’s profits going to building public school classrooms, you are helping a cause, for a cause!
  2. Payment method: Check payment (Friends of Hope, Inc.) or bank deposit (BPI Account No. 3521-1061-73).
  3. Contact Sandy Tiu: 0917-537-6607,
  4. Click here for more info


Rain Love on Manila

  1. Rain Love on Manila ( is a disaster relief campaign started in 2009, which helped create care packages to send back to country for Ondoy victims, in cooperation with the Philippine National Red Cross. Today, we begin the Rain Love on Manila 2012 relief campaign for August 7 victims by collecting anything you feel like donating. Today, any of these things will be most helpful:
  1. basic clothes – tops, bottoms, underwear
  2. rain gear and cold weather clothes
  3. flotation devices – old air beds, life vests, flotation sleeves
  4. basic food – rice, powdered milk for infants, cup noodles, canned goods
  5. blankets, pillows – some people are living in makeshift evacuation centers like schools, gyms, parking garages, without facilities
  6. funds to cover the shipping of these boxes via LBC
  1. As of today, there are Rain Love on Manila volunteer teams assembling in Manila, UK, California and NY, to better facilitate the collection of care.
  2. Contact:,
  3. SMS (UK based): +44776821964
  4. SMS (NY based): 646-820-DEBS

For Vancouver residents

  1. Cash donations in the Vancouver area for the flood victims in the Philippines can be forwarded through Carlo Chong. All proceeds will go directly to relief operations at the Ateneo de Manila University.
  2. Email:
  3. Contact number: 604-653-7016

Not your ordinary League…..CBL!

It was in July 2011 wherea group of Christian Friends dreamed of having a basketball league for the Christian Youth in QC. They started to visualize and plan for the basketball league, they were excited of course and was full of hope. The league didn’t materialize that same year, but the group decided to form a simple Basketball every Sunday ministry just to “test the waters” and see if indeed they can push through with the league. The Basketball every Sunday ministry was a regular basketball fellowship for the Youth (UMYF) and the Young adults (UMYAF) every Sunday at different basketball courts around Quezon city. The ministry drew many attendees, it grew in numbers that even Youth and Young adults outside QC even joined the fellowship. After many months, the group finally realized that their vision of having a basketball league may happen. After all, it happened many years back through the Christian Basketball Ministry or CBM, so why not continue it and strengthen it further, so the Christian Basketball League or CBL was born.

With a sole aim of discipling Boys in and outside the church through Basketball, the group of Christian Friends now known as the CBL Board of Governors formulated rules that are based on our Christian Values and policies formulated by higher basketball entities like FIBA, PBA and the NBA. Some of the UNIQUE rules that the board formulated are;

*Every team must have a Small group session before the game. Either days before the game or minutes/hours before the game. Failure to have a small group session before the game will cause the team, automatic default.

* Each team must have 2 reps to share their small group session to the other team and vice-versa.

* A 1.5k quota for each team (The normal quota for a league is around 5-10k).

Headed by its Commissioner Pastor Floyd Alcantara, the CBL Board of Governors officially launched the CBL last March 31 2012 at the Mapayapa Village 2 court, with all 11 teams (named after the 12 disciples) composed of almost all churches in QCPACE, the teams made a covenant to each other and to God that CBL will be a Christ-centered league and that Discipleship, Sportsmanship and Fellowship will be its mandate.

After 3 months of CBL, the Lord has been good to this ministry that He provided the league with sufficient funds to push through; also it had a great impact to those who participated.
One significant impact is that the number of UMYF boys in Churches grew, as one UMYF from Tala UMC shared;
“Sobrang salamat po sa Lord sa buhay ng mga organizers ng CBL, dahil sa CBL, dumami po ang kabataan namin at marami ang nagiging active sa Church”.

Not only that the number of UMYF boys in Churches grew, but also the unity and bonding of the UMYF became stronger;

“Dahil sa CBL naging ka-close ko yung ibang UMYF sa church, yung mga dating di sumasama sa activities ngayon sumasama na dahil naging friends na namin dahil sa CBL” – UMYF from Deparo UMC.

What’s amazing as well is on how CBL helped some of the UMYF to learn things that are valuable to our characters, one UMYF from Goodsam UMC shared that;

“Grabe yung CBL, kala ko laro-laro lan or parang Liga lang na normal, pero hindi pala, ibang klaseng league siya kasi ang dami kong natutunan physically, mentally, emotinally at sPIRITUALLY. Naturuan ako na mag-take ng responsibility at maging humble talaga. Praise God sa CBL”

The Lord really works in ways that we can’t imagine, who could have imagined that He can use a Basketball League to touch lives in the youth today? God is truly amazing.

With the victorious CBL, the board of governors is now planning to further strengthen this ministry in its Season 2 next year and with God’s grace, CBL will be much bigger and stronger on its 2nd season!


To God be the Glory!

Ace C. Acosta (Board of Governor – CBL)

Greatest Steals in the PBA Draft history

Sam Bowie over Michael Jordan or Vitaly Potapenko, Erick Dampier over Kobe Bryant?? MVPs Karl Malone, Steve Nash and Dirk Nowitzki with the 13th pick, 15th pick,and 8th pick respectively? or Career Assist and Steals Leader John Stockton with the 16th pick?

These are just some of the Greatest Steals in the Draft history of the NBA.
The draft order is really not the basis of greatness in the NBA and that is also evident in the PBA as well, so let’s take a look at some of the greatest steals in the PBA Draft.

1. Ato agustin (1989) 12th overall

– A virtual unknown in his collegiate days because he played for a non-NCAA, non-UAAP team. The Atom Bomb was picked at the bottom of the draft surpassed by the likes of Dindo Pumaren, Bobby Jose and RicRic Marata. But Ato, wasted no time in proving his worth, because after winning the most improved player award during his sophomore year, he won the the MVP award a year after. Not only did Ato Agustin made a mark as a player, because just recently he made history by winning a PBA crown as a coach. Truly, Ato can be considered as the greatest steal in the draft.


PBA MVP (1992)
Most Improved Player (1991)
25 greatest players
NCAA and PBA champion coach

2. Jimmy Alapag (2003) 10th overall

– The “mighty mouse” was picked late maybe because of his small frame (standing only at 5″9″) and his unknown basketball background in the states. Mike Cortez, Rommel Adducul, Eddie Laure,  Marlon Legazpi (sino to?!) and even teammate Harvey Carey were some of the names that were picked ahead of the one-time PBA MVP and consistent member of the Philippine National team.


PBA MVP (2011)
9x All-star
All star game MVP
Rookie of the year (2003)
2x Finals MVP (co MVP w/ Jason Castro)
FIBA Asia  Silver Medalist (GILAS)

3. Kenneth Duremdes (1995) 3rd overall

– “Captain Marvel” was a college stand-out in Adamson, that’s why he was the top 3 over-all in the PBA draft but the reason why I considered him a steal in the draft
was because of the name that was picked ahead of him, (just imagine Sam Bowie – no.2 over Michael Jordan – no.3) the disapponting EJ Feihl.
The PBA Legend, wasn’t picked by Ginebra because they were amazed at the 7foot tall Feihl, but this turned out to be one of the most “controversial” moves in the history of Ginebra and in the PBA. Duremdes turned out to be even greater than #1 pick Dennis Espino and was considered the greatest of his class.


PBA MVP (1998)
10x All star
3x member of the Philippine National team
25 greatest players
Finals MVP (1998)

4. Mark Caguioa (2001) 3rd overall

– “EJ Feihl and Kenneth Duremdes all-over gain!”. Mark Caguiao was chosen after Shell picked up Mike Hrabak, this time Ginebra benefiting from the “bust” that
Shell Made. Mike Hrabak turned out to be a fine player, but his play didn’t last long compared to Caguioa who became one of the Legitimate Superstars the PBA
has ever had. The “Spark” went on to  become a multiple champion w/ Ginebra and a Mythical team member for numerous times.

10 x All-star
1 x Philippine National team Member
Rookie of the year (2001)
Multiple member of the Mythical Team
3x Best player of the conference
1x MVP (2012)

5. Gary David (2004) 10th overall,

– The current “best player of the conference” and the “hottest player” in the PBA right now, wasn’t actually a “heralded” player when he came to PBA even though he
was the PBL MVP before entering the draft. This is because of the more “marquee” players that time, namely; Rich Alvarez, James Yap, Marc Pingris, Ranidel de Ocampo and Sonny Thoss who were picked 1-5 respectively. The first 5 players were actually good picks but from 6-9, you would just really wonder why they were picked ahead of “El Granada”. Denver Lopez, Ervin Sotto, Nelbert Omolon, Wesley Gonzales were picked ahead of Gary David, so it is just fitting that we put Gary David on the list of the “greatest steals in the PBA Draft history”


2x Scoring Champion (2010,2011)
2x All Star
Most improved Player (2007)
Best player of the conference (2011)
FIBA Asia Silver medalist (GILAS)

Honorable mentions: Cyrus Baguio 14th (2003), Larry Fonacier 14th (2005), Ronald Tubid 16th (2003), Peter June Simon 43rd (2001)

Tell me what you think of this list! Do you have a better list than this?

Comment now!

LINcredible! “A testimony of Patience and Humilty”

For the past two Sundays, I have been teaching about the Life of Jesus Christ and how He exhibited

great humility and patience during His life here on earth and when I started to reflect upon those

two traits, I realized that Patience and Humility are probably two of the hardest traits that a person can exude.

Well, just look at the news today or just look around, People bragging, people complaining and

whining about the in-efficiency of things. That’s just how the world it is today,

Humility and Patience is so difficult to find nowadays, but “BOOM!” out of nowhere, a new name popped out in the news, in FB’s timeline, in the sports world, in the NBA, an unlikely guy an unlikely hero, his name is Jeremy Lin.

Well at first, I wasn’t that interested to this guy, because maybe what he did was a fluke, maybe

he was just getting attention because he is Chinese (Hello Floyd Mayweather!), and I thought people are just looking for the next Yao Ming. But 3,4,5,6 games passed by and this guy is just playing amazing, not only does his stats are amazing, but he is making his team amazing as well (without Melo and Amare!) Wow!

Then after that, I started to be interested in this guy, what’s with Jeremy Lin? Why he’s making

waves? What’s different about him?

The answers are 1. He is a CHRISTIAN and, 2. He exudes HUMILITY and PATIENCE. What HUMILITY and


Its ultra rare to find those traits in the NBA, well HUMILITY is not really evident, just look at Lebron, Kobe, Dwight, even past stars like Bird, Jordan, Barkley, Shaq. They just don’t have

it…Especially when it comes to their accomplishments.

Patience?hmmmm… Lebron, Bosh, CP3, Dwight, Melo and some other stars just can’t wait to have

a championship ring and are/were continually asking for a trade, is that Patience? At least there’s Dirk,

MJ, Hakeem who were patient to have that ring.

J-Lin, has both traits, that really says how great this person is. It is evident in his story,

his background of racism, of being overlooked by Division 1 college teams, NBA teams (Hello

Dallas, Houston and Golden State!) and almost being cut by the Knicks (thanks to Mike d’Antoni who

gambled on Lin). Seriously the story of this guy is just amazing, is just phenomenal, it is just LINpossible that you can’t stop on taking a peek at this guy!

How often can you see a player in the NBA or in any other league or in any other event praised

and thanked God? How often do you see a player be so humble in thanking his team or other people

in his success or how often do you see a player emerge from the end of the bench to be the star?

J-Lin was just an exceptional testimony on how amazing God works in

our Lives.

Who would have thought that J-Lin was a homeless NBA player? Who would have thought that a D-League Player an ASIAN D-League player would really make waves (TIDAL WAVES) in the NBA. I don’t know, but J-Lin’s story is just LINSANE, probable the most LINSANE story that I have ever heard in the history of the NBA!

I was just reminded of this verse in Romans 5:3-4 “More than that, we rejoice in our sufferings, knowing that suffering produces endurance, and endurance produces character, and character produces hope”

J-Lin endured a lot of sufferings — Racism, Rejection, Failures; and I believed with those sufferings his endurance really grew that produced his winning attitude his character of never saying die, and just pursuing the goal. He stayed true to his faith to his goal even though it is hard (“And let us not grow weary of doing good, for in due season we will reap, if we do not give up.” – Galatians 6:9). J-Lin could have just said NO to basketball and then went on to pursue another career, after all HE is a HARVARD Economics graduate. He could have worked in big offices in New York but he stayed to basketball and continued to pursue his dream. He did not give up, instead he worked even more. He treated his journey in basketball as a blessing from God, he looked at the failed try-outs, disappointing games, unguaranteed contracts (because of his race or school or stats) as something else)..J-Lin treated all of this as a blessing, a journey that eventually led him to his dream.

I am so blessed with J-Lin and I truly Praise God for his life, because I know HE really inspired a LOT especially millions of Christians who feel that they don’t have a place in this world, who are getting hopeless with the situation that we are in right now. I just really pray that most of us get a thing or two from Mr. LINcredible, that we too should never give up, should never stop Praising God and should never stop hoping for the BEST. “But now, Lord, what do I look for? My hope is in you” – Psalm 39:7

LINsanity may end (after 10 years pa!hahaha!just hoping.hehe!), his amazing plays may stop but his story, his testimony will live forever in the hearts of many.

“I am so thankful to my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ for this, this is my dream right here, this

journey is just a blessing from God”Jeremy Lin # 17, Starting PG of New York Knicks

The Big Shift — “What now?”

“Ang SAYA!” “Nakaka-bless!” “BOOM!” “PANALO” “THE BEST!” –> These were just some
of the reactions from the delegates, BS Leaders, Volunteers/Staff and even workers
from the 1st QCPACE CI – “The BIG SHIFT”.

Truly the recent CI is one of a kind, many “FIRST” happened, the GLORY and GRACE of GOD was truly
evident and it touched lives and hearts during  CI. Personally, right now when I recall
the events I can’t help but cry out of JOY and GRATEFULNESS to our LORD who truly worked during
the CI, and what’s really overwhelming was that HE used us (the volunteers) to fulfill HIS plans for the CI.


I am really planning to write a blog after CI, I will either narrate what happened and recall the
memories or write a message for the youth regarding how GREAT the LORD is during the CI. But as I
was thinking of something to write, a thought/reflection came into my mind, actually it is a
question. “Anong mas importante yung CI o yung PAGKATAPOS ng CI?”.

Siyempre parehong importante yun pero as I was really thinking hard, I realized (and most of you will agree)
mas importante yung PAGKATPOS NG CI, because CI was made to equip the MYF after and outside the CI.
Like what we learned during the CI, “Hindi porket nakapag-CI ka na, OK NA YUN”, “Hindi porket  
naging active ka na sa MYF after ng CI, OK NA YUN”, “Hindi porket, nagbago ka na ng onte after ng  

Masakit mang isipin, pero the BIG SHIFT is not yet happening, the BIG SHIFT didn’t end at CI but
rather the BIG SHIFT is just STARTING. TRUE CHANGE can’t happen overnight, it is an everyday
process, it is an everyday COMMITTMENT to JESUS and ONLY THROUGH JESUS.
So ang magandang tanong cguro pagkagising natin sa  umaga eh “IS MY LIFE committed to CHRIST?”.

Being committed for me is not a onetime big time  event like CI it is an everyday event.

Isa pang naisip ko eh, “ano ba ang kinasaya ko/natin sa CI?” “Yung nakakilala ako ng bagong friends?” “Yung  
naging ka-close ko si Crush?” “Yung naging Officer ako?” “Yung finally naging staff o BS Leader na ako?” 
“Yung finally nakasama ka na ng CI?”

Ano nga ba?
YES valid lahat ng kasiyahan na yan, pero di ba nakakalungkot na yang mga yan ang nangingibabaw
na kasiyahan? Na tipong pag tinanong ka, yan ang sagot mo at magiging testimony. Hindi ba mas ok
na kaya ka masaya sa CI ay Dahil “Na-realize mo na kailngang magbago, na kailangang mag-commit  
kay Lord, na kailangan ko si Lord, na tinanggap ko si Lord bilang tagapagligtas at Panginoon”.

Bakit ko sinasabi itong mga ito?! Kasi KAILANGAN nating mapapalalahanan.
KAILANGAN nating malaman 
yung DAPAT.

I know a lot of people who have attended lots of CI, but still didn’t experienced the BIG SHIFT.
I  also know a lot of people who haven’t attended any CI but is experiencing the BIG SHIFT in their

The BIG SHIFT is not about CI, it is not about the MYF or the CHURCH, it’s about JESUS, and US  
accepting and dedicating our LIVES to HIM. So let us all be reminded that our CHANGE doesn’t end
nor happens all at once during CI, it is a DAY to DAY event.

Dati nagreflect kaming District officers sa cycle ng pagiging active ng mga MYF at eto yung na-discover namin.

January – on FIRE! (kasi kakatapos lang ng CI)
February – Mejo on FIRE na lang! (busy sa mga ka-date at school)
March – WALA NA! (busy na sa school)
April – Mejo paparamdam at active na ulit (lapit na summer camp eh!)
June – July – ACTIVE, BIBO yan! (xmpre after ng summer camp on fire eh)
August – October – Walang paramdam…. (busy na sa school)
November – Mejo balik loob (lapit na CI eh!)
December – ayan ACTIVE na!

Pag may work: BUSY all year round!hehe.

Na-tamaan ka ba? Ako kasi OO, minsan o madalas gnyan din ang cycle ko, gumagamit ako
ng iba’t-ibang dahilan para di mag-church, di maging active at mag-serve at di mag-dedicate
ng time, talent and resources ko kay Lord. Pero sana mag-BIG SHIFT na tayo..
Sana talagang yung pinakita natin nung CI ma-apply natin ngayon at sa susunod pa at sa buong buhay natin.

Bago ko tapusin itong post na to, I just would like to share yung objectives nung CI (na dapat alam natin)
at sana mag-reflect tayo at gawin natin itong objectives sa ating buhay:

1. To really know Christ
2. To learn to apply CHRIST-like attitudes in today’s time
3. To learn how to maintain a life styled in Christ

AT! alalahanin natin na… “True Change is through Christ!”

So mga Tropa….BIG SHIFT na!

Romans 12:2

“….Let God transform you into a new person by changing the way you think. Then you will learn to know God’s will for you, which is good and pleasing and perfect – Romans 12:2 (NLT)”

To God be the Glory!

Ang Buhay Kristiyano!

“Ang Buhay Kristiyano ay Kain Tulog lang, Kain Tulog lang” -> This is a line from a “funny” song called ang Buhay ng Kristiyano. I don’t know who made that or pakulo lang ata ng MYF yan or I don’t even know if that was the title of that song!hehe.

But actually that song made me realize something, yes it is a song meant for fun or for joking around, but actually it means something, it conveys a deeper meaning that we Christians should look into.

Yes, Christian Life is soo fun and soo beautiful, that it feels like na parang “Kain, Tulog” ka lang talaga, but actually “kain tulog lang” also means that one is LAZY or doesn’t work at all, and maybe this was the message that the song is trying to convey, that often times we Christians ay “Kumakain at Natutulog lang”..
That we Christians are not working at all or are being LAZY at being Christians..

I can’t speak for everyone, nor am I judging others, but oftentimes most Christians (including myself) STOP at one level in being a Christian,

What do I mean about this?

An example would be like this:
When I accepted Jesus as my personal Savior 10 years ago at a youth camp I was really on fire but then after, as years went by, I went to High School and College, I was a little bit contented with my Christian life;
I was Attending Sunday School every Sunday, Attending Church, Doing Ministry in the Church and Doing good deeds but sometimes I do drink, attend parties, have “Flings”, do “cool” stuff,  with knowledge that these things would not really hurt my Salvation or would not really hurt my relationship with Christ, because I was so contented with accepting Him and was also a bit satisfied with what I have done helping the Church especially I was one of the Youth Leaders (Sikat na Leader pa!hahaha!), and was part of the worship team.
I knew that time that, that was ENOUGH, that it was OK, sabi ko pa nga sa sarili ko, “Ok na cguro yun, tutal mabait naman ako, di naman ako perwisyo sa iba in fact matulungin pa nga ako eh,minsan nag-ququiet time at devotion naman ako (take note MINSAN!) saka karamihan din ng ibang Christians na kilala ko ganun din eh, di hamak na MAS OK AKO sa IBA”.

What’s wrong with me that time? Some may look at it na “Ok naman na siya eh”, Christian na siya saka Active naman”.. But you know what’s wrong?

I stopped growing in Faith, I stopped yearning for the Word, the FIRE was there but it was not ENOUGH to lighten up my LIFE my THOUGHTS, definitely I was a BETTER PERSON after accepting Christ but not a NEW PERSON, ( 2 Corinthians 5:17:  Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, the new creation has come:The old has gone, the new is here! )

I was LAZY na tipong “Kain Tulog”  lang ang buhay Kristiyano ko, I stopped working.

Being a Christian is ACCEPTING JESUS as your SAvior, yes it is very essential and it is very important, but that doesn’t stop there. Being a Christian at Ang Buhay Kristiyano ay hindi isang gabi lang na iiyak ka maglulupasay tapos luluhod ka at itataas mo ang kamay tapos ok na. Di lang din siya na, attend ng Church every Sunday at maging part ng Praise and Worship team, maging Sunday School teacher, maging Choir member, maging biggest tither, maging Church Council Leader in short maging one most active member ng Church. I tell you, it doesn’t stop there, it shouldn’t stop there.

Ang BUHAY Kristiyano ay ang PAMUMUHAY KRISTIYANO,.. ano daw? Ang BUHAY mo ay dapat parang Kay KRISTO.
1 Corinthians 11:1:  Be imitators of me, just as I am of Christ

Now let me ask you, does your life only revolve around the Church and the Praise worship team or the Church council? Does your life only revolve around revival nights? Does your life only happens every Sunday?  Of course not, your life also revolves around your School, your Work, your Family, your Parties, your Past-time, your Leisure,  your Day and Night, your Relationships and many others.
Your LIFE is everything about YOU of course, sa tagalong IKAW ang Buhay mo, at ang BUHAY mo ay IKAW.

Now let’s ask ourselves from the ones that listed above, is our being Christian practiced to those things? Or is it only present in our family but not in our past-time and relationships, or present at work but not when we wake up and go to sleep. Ang Buhay Kristiyano ay hindi lang kain tulog, ang Buhay Kristiyano ay pagtatrabaho at hindi pagtigil sa pagpuri at pag-glorify kay LORD sa KAHIT ANONG BAGAY na ginagawa mo:

“So whether you eat or drink or whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God.” – 1 Corinthians 10:31

Remember KAHIT ANO!

It is really hard to live a Christian Life in this world, as John 15:19 says ” If you belonged to the world, it would love you as its own. As it is, you do not belong to the world, but I have chosen you out of the world. That is why the world hates you.”

Pero it can be less hard for us to live in this world, if we delight ourselves in the presence of the Lord, if we always seek His presence, His Holy Spirit because Philippians 4:!3 says ” I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me” and let us also be reminded that Jesus overcame the world, John 16:33 says “In the world you will have tribulation. But take heart; I have overcome the world.”

Kayang Kaya nating mamuhay ng isang TUNAY na KRISTIYANO, wag tayong tumugil wag tayong mawalan ng pag-asa kung ang paligid natin ay nagiging hindi na ok, bagkos dapat talagang magpatuloy tayo at palakasin natin ang bawat isa. Remember palakasin at wag SILIPIN!hehe.

Isang dahilan ng downfall ng isang Kristiyano ay ang pag-compare/pag-silip ng buhay niya sa kapwa Kristiyano o kahit sa ibang tao. “Ay bakit ako ang bait bait ko, active active ko pero siya na puro inom gimik at kasalanan mas ok pa yung buhay”, “ay bakit ako na talagang tunay na nagseserve ay ganito pero siya na active din pero may iba pang lifestyle, ganito ganyan”
WAG na WAG nating hayaan na maging ganun ang thinking natin, kaso inggit at pag-doubt sa kabaitan ni Lord ang mangingibabaw sa atin.

Alalahanin natin na ksama sa pamumuhay Kristiyano ang ating pagtingin sa ating kapwa. Wag tayong mainggit, mag-judge basta basta, dapat tayo ay mag-dasal at mag-encourage sa bawat isa.

Gaya nga ng sabi dba, ang BUHAY KRISTIYANO ay sa Pananalita, Pagkilos, Pagkain, Paglalaro, Pagporma, Pagiisip, Pagmamahal in short sa LAHAT!

Let’s start living TRUE CHRISTIAN LIVES!

To God be the Glory!


Simple and short letter for Manny Pacquiao: Pacquiao vs. Marquez III

Dear Manny,

“Hindi na sa akin importante kung panalo o talo ka talaga, ang mas importante ay alam kong lumaban ka ng PATAS, di ka tumakbo o umilag lang, bagkos ikaw pa ang naging mas agresibo kahit ikaw ang CHAMPION, nagensayo ka ng mas MATAGAL kesa sa mga dati mong laban at higit sa LAHAT di mo nakalimutang PASALAMATAN ang DIYOS bago at pagkatapos ng LABAN Mo”

Pagdadasal kita Manny dahil alam kong masakit ang PUSO lalo ngayon na kahit ang kapwa PINOY na iyong binigyang karangalan at kasiyahan ay binabatikos ka.

salamat Manny “PacMan” Pacquiao at
Naway pagpalain ka ng ating Panginoon!

– Iyong malaking tagapaghanga,


Don’t let anyone look down on you!: A Sermon on 1 Timothy 4:12

Praise God, because last Oct.23 I was invited to speak at the YOUTH Sunday of the PUMC MASA Mission Center.
What’s funny was that a little like sometime in September, I had a strong feeling that I will be a speaker to one of the Methodist Churches in QC to speak
about the youth, and actually when I had that feeling, I was already thinking of what topic, or where will I get my sermon, funny niya no? Kasi wala pa yung actual invitation eh nagpeprepare na ako,hehe! But God really works in ways you don’t know.

So after a week before that feeling came, Pastor Gilbert Cedillo messaged me at FB, but I though it was just regarding
one of the main concerns of the youth because Pastor Gilbert is one of our youth advisers, but he invited me to speak at their Church, and then boom, my feeling was right, right there I knew that God gave me that feeling.hehe!

Anyway, I just would like to share to you my sermon script about ” The Real essence of 1 Timothy 4:12″

Enjoy and spread the Love of Christ!


4:12 Huwag hamakin ng sinoman ang iyong kabataan; kundi ikaw ay maging uliran ng mga

nagsisisampalataya, sa pananalita, sa pamumuhay, sa pagibig, sa pananampalataya, sa kalinisan.

4:12 Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young but set an example for the believers in speech, conduct, love, faith and purity.

Napaka-popular ng verse na ito sa mga kabataan ngayon, actually parang every MYF sunday or summer

camp or ci eh ito ang madalas nagiging verse.. Dahil siguro talagang akmang akma ito sa ating mga kabataan sa ating mga myf.

Pero madalas sa ating mga kabataan, ang nagiging focus natin sa verse na ito ay ang first part na:  “Don’t let anyone look down”, sarap pakinggan dba? “Don’t let anyone look down!”, tipong nakataas pa kilay mo may pilantik pa pag sinasabi. Hehe!

Tayong mga kabataan ay ngkakaroon ng sense of pride, ng sense of “Yes, KABATAAN AKO!” pag naririnig natin to, although totoo naman na talagang ineempower tayong mga kabataan sa verse na ito, pero minsan o madalas ay naooverlook natin ang MAS IMPORTANTE na part, yung DAPAT maging focus talaga which is yung 2nd part:

kundi ikaw ay maging uliran ng mga nagsisisampalataya, sa pananalita, sa pamumuhay, sa pagibig, sa pananampalataya, sa kalinisan”

“but set an example for the believers in speech, conduct, love, faith and purity”

Bakit ko nasabi na mas focused tayo sa “don’t look down”, what’s my basis ba?

Panoorin natin tong video na to: (statistics)

6.8 Billion World population (as of 2009) –>More than 50% are YOUTH

– 47% Are smokers

– 9.2% Are out of school

– 21% are involved in violence

– 27% have sex before they marry

– 70% drink alcohol (half got drunk last week)

– 5.3% induce illegal drugs

-4 out of 5 watch pornography

-2 out of 5 have attempted killing themselves

Let Us Pray:

Panginoon, hipuin nyo ang bawat tengang makikinig ang bawat matang makakita at ang bawat puso na bubukas sa bawat magandang salita na manggaling sa inyo. Gamitin niyo po ako Panginoon, para kayo’y mapapurihan at Makita ngayong umaga.Ito an gaming samo’t dalangin sa matamis na pangalan ng aming tagapagligtas na si Hesu Kristo. Amen

Diba talagang we don’t let anyone look down on us? Talagang hinde!

Tignan mo naman bata pa lang eh natututo na ng mga bagay bagay na ganyan. Na actually, parang dati mga matanda lang ang gumgawa actually dapat HINDI ginagawa at all!

Now yan ba yung point ni Paul kay Timothy? Example ba yan?
Kahit sa ating mga myf na: talaga bang we set an example?
Tayo ba ay nagiging modelo ng Panginoon?

Isa isahin nating ang 1 Timothy 4:12

Ginagwa nga ba natin ang dapat para maging mabuting ehemplo?

1. In Speech

– Normal na ang pagmumura, normal na ang “green” words/jokes, normal na ang magalit at

magsabi ng masama sa kapwa na kahit ang facebook ginagamit na natin para sa mga salitang yan, na minsan mapapa-“tsk tsk” ka nlng eh.

Ngayon isa ba tayo sa mga normal na yan? Sa bawat salita ba na ating sinsabi, sinusulat o pinopost

example  ba Tayo? ng Panginoon? O example sa kalokohan at kabulastugan?hehehe.

Ephesians 4:29

Do not let any unwholesome talk come out of your mouths, but only what is helpful for building
others up according to their needs, that it may benefit those who listen.

“There is power in words” gaya ng madalas sabihin. Kaya dapat we should use our mouth in glorifying GOD, na dapat bawat bitaw ng ating bibig iisipin natin pleasing ba to kay Lord?

Psalm 19:14

May the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be pleasing in your sight, O LORD, my

Rock and my Redeemer.

2. In Conduct

– Merong kasabihan na we should “Act according to our Age” kung bata ka act na bata ka, or kung matanda ka act na seryoso ka pero di ba mas ok kung we

“Act according to our Faith”

– “Action speaks louder than words” ika nga nila. Kaya ang ating bawat kilos ay dapat maging ehemplo ng Panginoon.

– Sa bawat “pag-cut ng klase o pangongopya, sa bawat bote at upos ng sigarilyo, sa bawat suntukan

at sabunutan, sa bawat porma at kilos, tayo ba ay example?

Romans 13:13

Because we belong to the day, we must live decent lives for all to see. Don’t participate in the darkness of wild parties and drunkenness, or in sexual promiscuity and immoral living, or in quarreling and jealousy

Ang isa sa pinaka-masaklap na tanong na maaring marinig ng isang kristyano sa kanyang kapwa, mapa-kristyano man o hinde ay:

Ayyyy Kristiyano ka pala? Talaga Kristiyano ka?weh di nga?!

Si Mahatma Gandhi, isa sa pinakam-magaling, matalinong tao na isang bayani sa India at buong mundo ay actually nagbigay ng comment sa mga Kristiyano, ang sabi niya:

“I like your Christ, I do not like your Christians. Your Christians are so unlike your Christ.”

Matthew 5:16

In the same way, let your light shine before men, that they may see your good deeds and praise your Father in heaven

Dapat sa Kilos pa lang kita na kagad si Lord.

3. In Love

Alam nyo ba na ang 1st and 2nd greatest commandment ay tungkol sa LOVE?

Matthew 22:36-39

36 “Teacher, which is the greatest commandment in the Law?” 37 Jesus replied: “‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’[a] 38 This is the first and greatest commandment. 39 And the second is like it: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’

Do we really love GOD with our all? Does it reflect in our devotion, our service, our tithes and

most especially our love for others (family,friends etc.)? Or ang devotion ba ay pag Band practice lang at CI?

Or ang tithes ay pagka may sobra lang? Or tayo ba ay madaming kaaway at kagalit at kahit si kuya si ate o si nanay at tatay ay sinusuway? Ako po minsan ay ganyan..mahirap pero kailngan nating magmahal ng tapat kahit sa hindi kaibig-ibig, commandment eh, 2nd Greatest pa!

1 Corinthians 13: 6-7
6 Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. 7 It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres.

4. In Faith

Do we really carry our FAITH or do we compromise it according to our needs?
Are we true to our convictions?

Ang ating pananampalatay ba ay suot natin pagka nagkakayayaan ng mag-cutting at mag-DOTA nlng? O pagka may sobra sa

baon na binigay ni tatay? Kahit sa relationships natin, icocompromise ba nating ang ating Faith para sa ating mamahalin?

Naalala nyo ba si Shamcey? Willing ba tayong i-let go ang lahat para sa Faith natin. sabi nga dba


1 Timothy 6:12

Fight the good fight of the faith. Take hold of the eternal life to which you were called when you made your good confession in the presence of many witnesses.

We should stand up for our FAITH at whatever cause!

1 Thessalonians 5:8

let us be self-controlled, putting on faith and love as a breastplate, and the hope of salvation as a helmet.

And lastly…

5. Purity

In thoughts, actions and words

Sa pagseserve sa Church, pure ba ang intentions natin?
Sa pananalita at pag-iisip pure ba ito? Oh laman ito ng intriga, ng pangungutya, ng bitterness, ng

kalokohan at ano pa.

Sa pagkakaroon ng relationship pure ba yung intentions or kahit ikaw na nasa relationship na, pure ba

ang nagiging actions nyo?

Colossians 3:5

Put to death therefore what is earthly in you: sexual immorality, impurity, passion, evil desire, and covetousness, which is idolatry.

Alam nyo naisip ko…

Kaya minsan talagang ilulook down talaga tayo di dahil sa age natin pero dahil sa actions


“ah kasi bata pa xa eh kaya ganyan ah kasi matanda na yan”.

Dba mas ok pakinggan kung

“Ah kasi Kristiyano xa”


1 Peter 2:12

Be careful to live properly among your unbelieving neighbors. Then even if they accuse you of doing wrong, they will see your honorable behavior, and they will give honor to God when he judges the world

At madalas ginagawa nating dahilan ang ating edad para gumawa ng bagay na di kaayaaya, di ba lagi

nating dahilan:

“Bata pa naman ako, hayaan kong magenjoy muna, ok lang wag mag-seryoso” pero pagtanda naman natin eh halos gnun din ang linya  “matanda na ako eenjoyin ko na ang buhay, at gawin ang  lahat ng gusto kong gawin”

Proverbs 22:6

Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old he will not depart from it

So Parents, train your Child.. Sorry for my example, but I remember my parents kung paano nila

kami trinain.. Yung tatay ko po, ever since na ngkaisip ako, lagi kaming pinapakain ng gulay, as in

sapilitan yan, tlgang isa isa kaming nilalagyan ng ampalaya, okra, malunggay at kung ano pa every

meal, and tlgang kailngang ubusin mo yun.. xmpre as a kid ayaw mo yun eh, pangit ng lasa eh pero

alam niyo po, I am so thankful for that training dahil hannggang ngayon tlgang mahilig ako sa

gulay na it really helps my health and my diet.

Now imagine, if ngayong myf plang tayo, or ngayon pa lang whether matanda bata, mejo matanda we start training ourselves to a TRUE

Christian LIFE, imagine what will be the outcome of that in the next 5-10 years,

Sabi nga nila:

“Practice makes permanent”

1 Timothy 4:7 “train yourself to be godly”.

Titus 2:12

Training us to renounce ungodliness and worldly passions, and to live self-controlled, upright, and godly lives in the present age

Now is the time to start, reading our bibles and praying everyday, now is the time to start to

serve the church and be good stewards, now is the time to be upright in speech and conduct, now is

the time to exercise our faith and be pure.

Now is the time to be GOOD EXAMPLES of our LORD Jesus Christ.

Pastor Joey said in his sermon last anniversary, that

“Your/Our life is the most powerful sermon”

Sino po dito ang gustong maka-inspire ng iba? Sino po dito ang gustong maka-touch ng iba?

Lahat tayo gusto natin yan, pero alam mo kung paano mo magagawa yun?
Maging superhero o bayani? Pwede. ,
Maging politiko at mamudmod ng relief goods? Pwede na din

Maging pastor or teacher at laging mag-sermon? Pwede pwede yan.

MAmigay ng pera? PWedeng PWede.. hehe!

Pero alam nyo yung madali at talagang effective?

Yun ay yung mamuhay ng tama, ng wasto, alagaan ang Lifestyle at maging Good Examples. Tiyak yan

mga kapatid, maraming maiinspire na kagad.

Before I end the message of our Lord, gusto ko lang mag-share ng isang kwento:

There was this young person (a girl), na bata pa lang ay hindi nagsawang maglingkod sa Panginoon.
At hindi lang siya naglilingkod sa Panginoon, siya din mismo ay isang magandang ehemplo sa kanyang

School, in Fact Masipag, at matalino siya at naging scholar pa sa isang Magaling na University. at

hindi lang siya isang magaling na estudyante, magaling din siyang Anak at Kapatid sa kanyang

pamilya, isa siyang example tlga at hindi niya hinayaan na kahit 19 lang siya ay tumutulong siya,

mabait at faithful na servant ni Lord through the Church, her family, friends and society. Naging

good example siya at naging significant sa maraming tao. Kaya’t nung siya ay biglaang napunta na sa piling ni Lord, marami ang nalungkot, marami ang nanghinayang sa buhay, at mahigit 6,000 ang nakiramay sa young girl na ito na ang pangalan ay Given Grace Cebanico.

Psalm 90:12

Teach us to number our days aright, that we may gain a heart of wisdom

Given Grace was a great example, hindi nya sinayang ang kabataan nya, She didn’t let others

look down on her because she was a Great example, a Great example of how to live like a Christian.

Mga Kapatid “Now is the time” (whether MYF, WSCS, UMM, MYA ka) to be examples for the believers in Speech, conduct, love, faith and purity.

Remember , HINDI “pag-nakagraduate ka na, or  naka-graduate na ang panganay mo, o pagka mayaman ka na, Remember NOW NA”

Let us Pray

Panginoon, patawarin niyo po kami sa aming pagkakasala, sa aming pagiging hindi magandang ehemplo, sa aming pamumuhay na minsan o madalas ay hindi buhay Kristiyano, at mula ngayon whether ako’y bata o matanda, magiging ehemplo kami at aming sisikapin na ilagay ka sa bawat kilos, salita o gawa na aming gagawin, manguna ka Panginoon at ikaw ang humawak sa aming mga buhay. DAkila ka Panginoon, Salamat po at sa iyo ang papuri magpakailan pa man. Sa ngalan ni Hesus. Amen

To GOD be the GLORY