This 2022, we will be turning in a new chapter. It was a decision of the youth ministry leadership that spanned some 16 months of listening to our Abba Father, countless Zoom meetings to discuss and pray, and hours and hours of collective dreaming for the next 20 years.
CCBC Group Prayer in the midst of the pandemic survived and thrived. Midweek Encounter with God (MEG) Devotional and Prayer Meeting, Saturday Dawn Prayer (SDP), and the Family Prayer Ministry Messenger Chat Group are the venues where CCBC prayer warriors meet to pray for one another and others.
During one of our recent Baptism events, we witnessed this in a household. Beng and Cheryll Gaviño and their daughter, Elle ministered to their househelps and it resulted to the three of them, Tenten, Denden and Pane following the Lord in the waters of baptism. Beng, as the head of the household, had the privilege to do their actual baptism.
2022 may be the right time for a fresh start in ministry involvement. But, it cannot be just going online, listening and talking; men like to go out and do things, bring back experiences from community work or mission adventures. They like to be physically engaged in reaching out to people, helping build lives.
The Homemakers, our life group, decided to sign up when CCBC’s Life Essentials offered the Walk Through the Bible’s Chiseled. We anticipated an exciting journey in discovering how Simon Peter was transformed to become a strong leader and we were not disappointed