Ang tunay na Lalake marunong mag Basketball Dahil Game 5 today at hinde ko na mahintay Mag laro si TMac Ako ay napasulat ng muna para kahit papaano
November 30, 2013 – It’s a beautiful Saturday morning in Taguig City as we gather together and run for a cause! Race for Life has been a part of my calendar since they started last 2008, this is the 6th year they’ve been doing this and my second year to host the event. And every year thousands and thousands of people are joining. Last year we had 6000++ runners, this year we have 8000++ !!! A+mazing!
This year , there are 3 categories, 3K (with buddy) 5k (with buddy) and 10km Solo. With their tagline “Be a buddy, help SomeBuddy”, all proceeds will go to Real Life Foundation, a foundation who helps unfortunate kids to go to school and empower their dreams.
I really enjoyed this race; it’s as if you are just running with your family, an extended family! From Moms and daughters, dads and sons, couples, friends, a kid with a dog, you cannot help but notice how Race for Life puts back the fun in running.
Here are some photos that I grabbed from their Facebook page ( https://www.facebook.com/Reallifefoundation)
Some of the “Buddy” runners who walked, ran, jogged and surely enjoyed the race!
“Buddy” finishers. Good job guys!!
Even the cute kids woke up early to join the fun run.
At the activity area where a lot of things are happening
Awarding Ceremony, hosted with Bea fabregas
Our awesome scholars with the Real Life Foundation Executive Director Lynn Nawata
Really had a blast running and hosting in the event, Waking up early in the morning was all worth it!
Good job to the organizers and volunteers to this epic event! And for all the runners, in behalf opf all the scholars and alumni (including me) we want to say big THANK YOU!! You dont know how much it will affect the life of our scholars!
See you next year!
To check more of photos of the race you can visit and like their facebook page https://www.facebook.com/Reallifefoundation
to know more about Real life please visit igivetolife.com
Thank you to our Partners for making this event possible:
Remember when we’re little kids , when we used to watch cartoons that is not yet Tagalized. I remember tons of cartoons, that half of them i dont understand, im just amazed and enterntained with the graphics thats somehow helped me understand what’s happening in the story. Popeye, woody wood pecker, voltron, flying house and my fave Superbook!
I don tknow , if its Gizmo , the two kids or the graphics, but im sure i grew up watching it and enjoyed every story. But this time not just in TV , because i had a chance to see hij in person! I was invited by my friend to host one of their mall shows and cinema showing.
Here are some pictures:
This is Icko and I hosting in Robinson’s Lipa.
Yes that;s Gizmo in person, I was starstrucked
Over 100 kids attended the SuperBook Bida ng Pagbabago Road Show!
This photo was taken inside Nova Mall’s Cinema when we had our Road show. with my Co-host Sonjia.
This is the reason why we do this, for the kids to really come to know Jesus, as young as they are they will realize how good God is.
I wish I can show you more pictures, but this is all I got from the Road Show!
Watch out for more Super Book Bida ng Pagbabago Road show!
You can watch Superbook in GMA 7 every weekends 7:30AM! And goodnews they are now Tagalized!
Over a year ago, when I decided to put up this blog site, I was not sure of what to write or what to upload here – pictures, songs, poems, or a diary-type blog. I wasn’t sure what this blog will look like. I just told myself to ‘write and upload whatever you want, speak what’s in your head or just make an update about anything that you think will be a small or big help to your readers and somehow inspire them to write too.’
So I started to write simple poems, upload pictures and upload Hosting events (Gigs) , lotsa changing layouts and how my blog will look like and figuring out what kind of blogger I want to be.
I just follow what I feel like writing, sometimes I write about the latest raket or feature Jeksters once in a while, but most of the time, I write about God, about anything that I think I can share with my readers. I write about my revelations or my personal take at a preaching on a Sunday service or a Movie (God can speak through movies you know!)
With this blog I learned to be bold and brave how to share God’s Word, and somehow inspire my readers. I’m so thankful for the technology and how this blog can reach people from different countries, different ages, new friends and old officemates. Speaking of old office mates, one of them came across this blog site and found out that I am a believer, too. We chatted in FB for updates on each other’s life and she surprisingly invited me to speak in their church. I was like “Are you sure? I can host a church activity but preach? I’m not your guy.” But she was persistent and determined. So I prayed for it and said yes. I tried to keep on delaying it so I can have more time to prepare, but nothing can stop this from happening.
Let me share some pictures and give you a glimpse of what happened.
The Door of Faith Christian Church International located at San Carlos, Binangonan Rizal. Thank you for inviting me. God bless you!
I had an great time sharing my Testimony at their church month-long Anniversary (yes, it is their 33rd Anniversary!) My mind still hasn’t been able to keep up with what had happened, truly God is good! My goal is to write more even if I’m not a good writer especially if it leads to sharing how God changed my life. I would gladly do it.
I’m in awe of God’s goodness! Grabe, galing ni Lord!
“You make your saving help my shield, and your right hand sustains me; your help has made me great.” Psalm 18:35 (NIV)
P.S. Thank you to my Victory Leader for really taking the time to coach me on how to organize my thoughts to make this Preachtimony, you know who you are, Philip Fort’s Dad!:D
Hello guys, been very busy for the last two weeks, this is what had happened for th couple of weeks that im away from this website of mine.
I had a privileged of hosting 2 events that I enjoyed mostly!
First, Victory San Fernando’s 1st year Anniversary. It was an honor celebrating with them as they turned 1, I beleive for more of discplers and leaders that will be raised in that church.
It was maybe first time in Victory Pamapanga, I am bit nervous but just like old times, i offered it to Jesus and whatever happens, bear in mind these important rules i learned through the years (naks!) 1, Never ever be on auto pilot, 2, Never ever be so comfortable, 3, Do not lose that healthy nervousness you feel and finally ENJOY!
It was not so hard for me to enjoy hosting their anniversary, there are lots of familiar faces and people there are so accommodating! Indeed we are one BIG church/family but many congregation:
Full House! from Praise and worship to the word.
Bishop Juray who delivered a powerful word flanked by some of the leaders in San Fernando Church.
While everyone is enjoying their Lechon and delish food, that is me, hosting the After Party celebration. I remember Dancing and Singing during this part (cant find a pic of that).
With the mighty men of Victory San Fernando!
Special thanks to Pastor Jerome , Pastor Edwin, Amy, Ate Joy, Ej for inviting and assisting me during the Party.
Good Vibes, Happy Lives!
I love this Church!
Last night, I received a text from a friend (Ate Lou). It read, [verbatim] “… If you have no dinner plans and have yet to cook, drop by the house. We have enough for one more… Menu: sinigang soup, lechon kawali in bite size pcs, calamansi muffin n champirado topped with vanilla ice cream.” Because I already had dinner, I had to decline but Ate Lou replied, [verbatim] “No prob at all… You both can drop by f u change your mind… no pressure” Anton wanted McDonald’s ice cream for dessert to which I remarked, “Between McDonald’s ice cream and Ate Lou’s invitation, I’d rather go to Ate Lou’s place. But if you want to settle for McDonald’s, go ahead but I won’t have any.” Guess what? We changed our minds, had second round of dinner, ate yummy dessert with amazing people and played a bit of Wii with her 8-year old son. Yet these words haunt me until this morning, “If you want to settle for … but I won’t have any.” Allow me to explain a bit: In my opinion, while McDonald’s ice cream is good, nothing beats food prepared at home! So why go out when I can eat at home? That to say, who wants to settle for second best? This makes me wonder: how many of us actually settle for second best because we can’t wait for the best or that we think it’s too troublesome to wait for the best or we’re unsure what (or who) is the best? How many times have we actually let a bigger responsibility or greater opportunity pass us by because we don’t want to commit or we’re afraid we’ll make mistakes or we don’t want to lose face? A lot of things about our future seem uncertain, but Jesus said, “Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own.” (Matthew 6:34) A few hundred years before that, one of the prophets, Jeremiah, wrote, “For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” (Jeremiah 29:11) In short, over 2000 years ago, God already assured us that He has a plan for us and that we don’t have to worry about tomorrow. “But I am not sure what’s God’s best is for me!” some of us might say. I hear you and I can identify with you and I guess that’s why we need to learn to trust in the Lord and lean not on our own understanding. It takes a lot of faith to trust a God whom we don’t see and sometimes, we don’t feel. It takes a lot of courage to look not on our circumstances but to God. Yet, God requires not a lot of faith but only a little. “Truly I tell you, if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, ‘Move from here to there,’ and it will move. Nothing will be impossible for you.” (Matthew 17:20) It is not always easy to settle for God’s best in our lives and a lot of “excuses” will come our way to deviate us from getting God’s best in our lives. I am in the process of getting that “small faith” because I want God’s best for me. However, I realize that as much as God has plans for our lives, He is kind and gentle enough to allow us to say no to His plans if we really don’t want His will. So, it still boils down to, “What would you settle for: God’s best or the second best?” The decision is yours.
-Czarina ( a good friend from SG)
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Hello everyone! I hope ya’ll doing good. July’s weather is very unpredictable , today it’s raining tomorrow it’s raining again You dont know what to wear and if an umbrella is a good idea. Well inspite and despite of the bed weather that july brings, this is my fave month ! Coz it’s my birthday month! yess! im celebrating my 28th this week! I feel so good this week so i thought of giving away this cool item (this is the first of many to be given away):
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GV lang everyone!
It’s this once in every other year experience, where students all over the Philippines (and Asian Countries) gather together for a 3-day Conference to be Ignited! From 2011’s conference population of 7000 students, it blew up into 9600 students, and unfortunately there are still we cannot accommodate due to the maximum capacity of the venue (Cuneta Astrodome).
I cannot help but really be amazed, how excellent this conference was, from the Praise and worship, Performance of our local artist and the people behind the scenes (logistics, security, ushers etc.). The energy of young people never ends, since day 1 , as we start with videos and gimiks, the unending claps, shouts, stomps etc. filled the whole coliseum. And the moment we are all waiting for , Yes! Praise and Worship! As I look around and see these young kids passionately worshiping God, I told myself “Wow, Lord, Leaders of this nation will be coming from this bunch of young people raising their hands” , it just made me realize that , someday one of these young people will disciple my kids (or your kid, Thank you Lord).
Exactly one month since the conference i would like to share my own collection of pictures ( some i grabbed from friends, friend of friends)
Day 1, I was seated in A3 section, my mind cannot keep up on how excellent this conference is, i was telling myself , i will be hosting tomorrow , i don’t like to mess things up. I remember texting Carla, “back out na tayo, nakakahiya sobrang excellent eh” i was joking when i sent the text, but really i was nervous, really. Anyways, let me here are the pictures that I tooko during the 3-day life changing event. (forgive the quality)
Pastor Olajide– Preaching during Session 1 , He talked about the Life of Joshua , Holiness being set apart.
“Reslove or Disolve” by Ptr Edrei and Nate sharing his story on how to make a stand in his campus.
Pastor Steve– The Race, The Task and the Gospel, Solid!
Pastor Dan Monterde, His life is the preaching, was so encouraged by his preaching about Paul to Ananaias, not on giving up on someone. “To eternity and beyond”
Backstage before our Pastor preach, covering them in prayers.
The crowd is ready for the next session. or waiting for the Halftime Show?
I had the privileged of hosting again the Halftime show with Rica Peralejo-Bonifacio,
Local Artist performed during the first halftime show , Rachel Ann Go, Quest, Yeng Constantino and Christian Bautista, in this order.
Campus Kinect Wars Finalist — UMAK won!
The crowd gone crazy when BPU (boy pick up) showed up! Here’s a picture of me and BPU backstage! Fanboy!
Before we go up stage, prayers and sharing of testimonies.
Dont Stand Alone! So happy to stand with these might men of God.
Dont Stand Alone– with one of my avid fan, Sheena Halili
Good job to our awesome Dancers!!
Celebration time! Left to right (BILOG, The crowd during celebration, the pretty Acoustic guitar player Pauline)
I’m so honored to be part of this life changing Conference , I pray that for those who attended this event (and those who listened through podcast) that we will keep the fire burning and we will not wait for another 2 years just to have this kind of event to be ignited and passionate to share our faith to the people around us. We have each other and most importantly we have God that will guide and lead us and will supply wisdom to us whenever we need it. Surely everyone was encouraged and blessed to experience this successful, but what made this really a success is because God met us there, God personally touched our hearts and spoke to us!! Jesus’ name was glorified.
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Sa lahat ng mga pagkukulang, kamalian at kasalanan, Pinile mo pa ding gisingen ako ng magagandang tanawin at malamig na simoy ng hangin; ng sikat ng araw na at grasyang nag uumapaw.
Sa kabila ng aking kahinaan , mga oras ng kabiguan, pinili mong akoy hagkan at hinde pakawalan.
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Nakakapag taka lang, sa tigas nang aking ulo , sinnigurado mo na ang salita mo ay buhay at totoo, ako ay nagugulat sa mga iyong patuloy na gingawa. Sa pag ibig mong hinde masukat at sing liwanag ng mga tala.
Hinde ko maitatangi ang pag ibig na totoo na gumawa ng daan para sa isang tulad ko, na hinamak ang lahat para lang sa isang batang ligaw at matigas ang ulo.
Kahit san, kahit kelan hinde mo ako kinalimutan, tinuruan mo ako kung panu talaga ang mabuhay . . hinde ko maitatangi , ikaw na nga! totoo ka! siyang tunay!