Tag Archives: KKB

A new HOPE: unfurling the world’s largest Philippine flag

9 Feb

Witnessing the unfurling of the World’s largest flag, (extending 180 meters x 92 meters, weighing 3.8 Tons and worth 10 Million) seeing thousands of Filipinos wearing yellow  and still believe in genuine change in our Nation was such a relief for me.

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It’s in my hand if He’s in my heart.

18 Dec

Youth Summit. Kristiyanong Kabataan para sa Bayan Youth Conference

It has been a month since that Thursday where our Creative Arts ministry head
texted me to bring a plain white shirt.
A shirt that i would be wearing for the Summit Poster photo Shoot.
A Poster that would be displayed around the Country and over the net
for the most awaited International gathering of Kristiyanong Kabataan para sa Bayan (KKB).

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The answer to the call. (My Operation Blessing Experience)

30 Sep

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“The best part of volunteering for Operation Blessing was knowing that through your life, God is answering other people’s prayer”

This has been my testimony after almost 9 hours of volunteering at the Operation Blessing.

In line with inspiring the youth to live for Christ and to offer the prime years of their lives in service to GOD and COUNTRY(KKB mission), i made this blog to share my experience.

Travel and Registration.

Time check: 7:58 Am. Ang habaaaa ng pila sa La Salle for volunteers kanina, wala na kasi pasok until Saturday and maybe wala na sila magawa sa bahay. Thank God kasi even 12 midnight na ako nakagready ng gamit at nakapagprepare spiritually, nagising pa rin ako knina ng 7 am with out headache. Well after buying rice and cans of sardines, Robert, Robin, Daniel and I rode a taxi from Starbucks Lorenzo to Operation Blessings head quarters at Makati. It costed us 105 pesos (i mean 5 pesos for my pocket.)

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2010 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS

12 Sep

kabataan ang pagasa ng bayan, boto ng kabataan sa mayo, Pilipino, pagmamahal sa bayan, youth vote 2010 national elections

I am Niko, turning 18 this june 2010. I cannot register nor vote this coming election,
but if you would ask who i will campaign or vote? I would surely say “Brother Eddie Villanueva”.

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Silly old man on a green car

6 Jan

One day on our Leadership seminar
i walked by the street to roam arround
and suddenly saw a very interesting four wheeled
metal on an abandoned building
beside the JIL school
which made me think of a funny
brown jacket-wearing-old guy who
went on a very silly holiday
eating a food that i don’t know what they call(gross),
riding a bicycle trying to catch a poor old chicken,
playing like a souija boy on movie and as expected
crappin’ everythings on the scene and much more hilarious stuffs.

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