Monthly Archives: June 2007

A-Hill church leaders visit Isabela congregations

ILAGAN,ISABELA – Very early on May 22 brethren Adolfo Braga II, Dino A Roldan, Jr. and Eusebio Tanicala drove from Baguio City to Ilagan, Isabela. They visited with the Lagua family and conferred on the chapel project that is found at Bliss Village. On the way back they visited with the Rogelio Barroga family in Santiago City, Isabela and the Lito Batoon family in San Jose City, Nueva Ecija.



MSE enrollment

 Manila School of Evangelism (MSE) director Felipe Cariaga says that he expects to have around 20 students when classes start on June 15th.

PBC has 38 enrollees

PHILIPPINE BIBLE COLLEGE-BAGUIO: Cristino Sacayanan reports that as of June 6 there are 26 students enrolled with full-time load and 12 are part-time. The board of trustees of the alumni association raises funds to support three full-time students.

SMBC enrolls 26 studes

SOUTHERN MINDANAO BIBLE COLLEGE : In Makilala, Cotabato, brother Gabriel Valdez expects to have about 26 students at the Southern Mindanao Bible College this first semester. Teachers are Ferdinand Guillermo, Samuel Facun, Orlan Meana, Joel Carpio and Gabriel Valdez.

Regional Youth Fellowship held in Davao

The congregation in Little Baguio, Malita, Davao del Sur was host to the Davao province’s regional youth fellowship that was held from May 21 to 24. Over one hundred young people were in attendance. Brother Ali Fortez, evangelist in Malita, was over all coordinator of this church affair according to a text report of Joel Carpio.

Rich harvest reported in Pangasinan, Zambales and Benguet

 Brother Emilio Panday reports a rich harvest of 38 souls in the month of May in cooperation with fellow workers Rogelio Bernardo, Ruben Mendoza, Servillano Garbo, Josie Pagarigan, Jocy Abrera, Alma Paiso, Beverly Pagarigan. Those taught are from the towns of Labrador, Aguilar, Alaminos, Lingayen, Bugallon, Binmaley, Mangaldan, Malasiqui in the province of Pangasinan and also in Cabangan, Zambales and in Tocmo, Itogon, Benguet.