Our church life was definitely affected. Until this day, we cannot meet face-to-face. We cannot gather for worship services, fellowship, Sunday School and for prayer. We just have to be content on what we can do online. Would that mean that the church is effectively denatured? Is the local church totally useless and irrelevant nowadays?

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Back From Sabbatical

I am glad to be back with the CCBC staff in serving our church after a year of Sabbatical. It was a year of restoration, refreshing, and renewal. Like many of us, much of my plans were disrupted by the COVID-19 crisis. Much of my time was spent at home due to the lockdowns. I even had a bout with COVID-19!

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General Community Quarantine (GCQ)

Today, we are blessed to hear the message from the Lord through our former CBAP General Director and now, the National Director of the Philippine Council of Evangelical Churches (PCEC). Listen to this man of God, Bishop Noel A. Pantoja through our Worship Service today. Starting tomorrow, Metro Manila will…

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The Most Challenging Moment in Church Ministry

A few days ago, I was interviewed by a student as a class requirement. One of the questions was, "What is the most challenging moment in your church ministry experience?" Of course my answer was, leading the church through the COVID-19 pandemic. Today would be my last Sunday as the…

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Happy 61st Anniversary, CCBC!

Wasn’t it just twelve months ago when we were all together in that big, happily crowded tent, celebrating our 60th Anniversary? We were grateful and hopeful. And now on our 61st anniversary, the world has turned upside down in many ways. More than six months into this pandemic we still…

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