Tag Archives: Kristiyanong Kabataan para sa Bayan

KKB: A movement with a mission

6 May

kabataan ang pagasa ng bayan, rizalThe Kristiyanong Kabataan para sa Bayan (KKB) Movement has the mission to inspire the Youth to live for Christ and to offer the prime years of their lives in service to God and Country. At first, i was intimidated by the word “movement”.  I could not imagine my self carrying a streamer or rallying across streets shouting against the Government. But i was wrong.  The movement  was not about being on the headlines and making the media look after every “gimmicks” that you make. It was being part of the change in your own  private life.

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Why does KKB-Benilde Exist?

3 May

Kristiyanong Kabataan para sa Bayan, Logo, Organizations, De La Salle - College of Saint Benilde, CSB orgs, Organizations, JesusPeople ask why  we, the Kristiyanong Kabataan para sa Bayan – Benilde bothers and wastes our  time gathering once a week, exerting our efforts, time, talents and resources for an Organization.

People tend to laugh and avoid us, Call us freaks or weirdos. (which made us even more determined in proving them that they are wrong).

We continue because we (KKB) have a mission:

 

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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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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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