I’ve attended a lot of conferences in our movement and I can attest that every event is a divine encounter with our God and a confirmation of my calling to be a light and salt of this world. This year, everyone is excited to be part of a huge gathering of students all over Asia and that is “IGNITE 2015”.
I can see a huge billboard found deep down in your heart and mine that reads: “Wanted: Perfect Lover.” Have you seen it? Still searching. The scene in the love story of the book of Song of Songs best illustrates this: [Read more…]
30 candidates experienced freedom in Christ during the first Victory Weekend of 2015, last March 27-28. The group of candidates were an almost equal mix of kids, youth and young professionals. [Read more…]
The world has formed a very unhealthy, distorted and destructive perspective of sex. What was once a distinct line between purity and sin has been pushed back, and certain views that are not aligned with God’s word have not become the norm.
As disciples, we often battle with the idea: Are we to accept the world’s standards, or should we battle for God’s view of sex?
In this series, we will look into what God’s view of sex is. How is sexual immorality an idol? Who has the authority to define what sex is? And how do we live pure and holy lives?
The welcoming of the new year is always a time to reflect upon the past year and look forward to the upcoming year. It’s become so common to begin the year with a list of resolutions, but many of these resolutions never make it past the first month!
In this series break, Pastor Raffy Gonzaga shares about a biblical perspective of establishing long-term, life-long change in our lives through Jesus Christ.
Last November 29, 2014, the Christian Runners of Iloilo in partnership with the SM Store Delgado organized “Next Generation Victory Challenge”, a fun run for the benefit of Victory Iloilo Project Upgrade. [Read more…]
Getting healthy is the rage nowadays, and if you’re not into running, we bet you’re at least into walking.
Walking is a great way to get your blood pumping, not to mention see your calories burn. That Ramboys Lechon you just finished off? Burn a little of it by walking.
Maybe you think that walking is for the weak, and you do something more challenging: You run. You actually RUN.
And that’s awesome.
Just as we at Victory Iloilo work to help God take care of your souls, as well as empower you to help God take care of other people’s souls, as well, we’re opening another avenue to take care of you. We’re taking you on a FUN RUN!
On November 29, 2014, Victory Iloilo, in partnership with The SM Store and Christian Runners of Iloilo, is hosting the “Next Generation Victory Challenge.”
The Next Generation Victory Challenge is not just an avenue to get healthy. It is also an avenue to sow to the Lord, an opportunity to be blessed according to your generosity.
All the proceeds will go to the expansion of Victory Iloilo’s worship center. This is your chance to let the Lord multiply your seed, while getting healthy, too.
There will be four races in all:
- 3 KM
- 5 KM
- 10 KM
- 16 KM
The 16-KM race is also known as the “Victory Challenge,” where all finishers will get a free T-Shirt.
You may register at any of these three venues:
- Victory Iloilo, Paseo de Arcangeles, Benigno Aquino Drive
- Toby’s at SM City Iloilo
- RunClub at Robinson’s and Plazuela
Registration Fees Are At:
- 3 KM – Php 250
- 5 KM – Php 300
- 10 KM – Php 350
- 16 KM – Php 550
So if you want to know how far your body can go, in terms of endurance and grit, and be blessed and a blessing as well, this is your chance to do all that and more, with the Next Generation Victory Challenge.
Invite all your friends who are keen on reaching their fitness goals!
What/Event Name: Next Generation Victory Challenge
Where/Venue: SM City Iloilo
Where/Where To Register: Victory Iloilo, Paseo de Arcangeles, Benigno Aquino Drive; Toby’s at SM Iloilo; RunClub at Robinson’s and Plazuela
When/Date: November 29, 2014, 5:00 AM
How/With 4 Different Races:
- 3 KM
- 5 KM
- 10 KM
- 16 KM
Who/Host: The event is sponsored by The SM Store, and hosted by Christian Runners of Iloilo, a group of runners that aim to create a community of runners that will be an avenue for believers to be good stewards of their body.
The Philippines is ranked lowest in incidence of atheism, with the percentage of atheist Filipinos being only 0.7%. However, even with the great majority of Filipinos believing in a God who is alive, our culture dictates a statement that claims otherwise.
God is not a God who is hiding, but who shows Himself to us. Moreover, He longs to be in a growing relationship with all.Learn more about the reality of God based on His attributes and creation in our series break, “God’s Not Dead”.
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