Soon: 100th Anniversary Celebration of the Most Holy Church of God in Christ Jesus

15
July 2021

The Most Holy Church is preparing for the celebration of its 100th year anniversary since its establishment on May 9, 1922 in the Philippine Islands. The whole Church is preparing for this momentous event, which the brethren has been anticipating for so long. The thanksgiving celebration will be held on May 1, 2022. Due to … Continue reading Soon: 100th Anniversary Celebration of the Most Holy Church of God in Christ Jesus

A Deeper View Into Self-Love

06
August 2020

By: Sister Eliada (Elizabeth Gomez) The importance of self-love is often heard among millennials in social media. If not in quotes, they sometimes give advice on how to practice and live on prioritizing the love for oneself. Maybe some of us have encountered these quotes… “Self-love is not selfish; you cannot truly love another until … Continue reading A Deeper View Into Self-Love

OUR BLESSED HOPE: 98th Anniversary of the Most Holy Church of God in Christ Jesus

01
June 2020

By: Sister Tipan (Kate Tanya Jose) On the 30th day of May 2020, the 98th anniversary of the Most Holy Church of God in Christ Jesus was celebrated. Usually, for this event, the whole brethren gather in one place to celebrate. However, due to the outbreak of Covid-19, mass gatherings are strictly prohibited. As an … Continue reading OUR BLESSED HOPE: 98th Anniversary of the Most Holy Church of God in Christ Jesus

At The End of The Day

25
May 2020

By: Brother Christian (Christian Cotejar) As early as three years old, parents send their children to school to gain “knowledge.” Knowledge that teaches us to write our own name, count, know letters—both big and small, cursive and printed—identify shapes and colors, and know textures—from soft to hard, smooth to rough. To understand our body—its different … Continue reading At The End of The Day

Christian Life and the Time of COVID-19: Discerning Between Essential and Nonessential

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May 2020

By: Sister Esthemoa (Elaine Joy Caparan) With countries implementing lockdowns left and right, many businesses, workers, and civilians are finding out what’s essential and nonessential. Essential workers continue to work amid the risk of infection. Nonessential personnel are expected to do their civic responsibility by staying at home. Essential goods are a top priority for … Continue reading Christian Life and the Time of COVID-19: Discerning Between Essential and Nonessential