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This is the greatest story every told. It is the story of our salvation from death to life by the great sacrifice of the Son. This story is summed by one verse that says, "For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life (John 3:16)".

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UP Diliman

My campus

This is where everything began. UP is a university stereotyped as godless, but in God's own humor, I encountered Him in this very campus. I learned about journalism and Jesus. I read books and the Bible. I heard His call and I answered. I graduated but never left, because my calling is here in the heart of UP Diliman.

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Journalism

Accuracy, accuracy, accuracy!

Writing is not just art. It's passion. And Journalism is not just about writing, it's about the truth and handling it responsibly. Journalist capture a slice of reality and present it in words, photos and videos, hoping to effect change. Dive into this world of words!

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  • I share Jesus in words and deeds-- the whole of life

  • I love my campus and I want to see it under the banner of Christ

  • I capture people's lives in words, images and videos

  • My ultimate goal is the joy of Christ in all of my being

  • I am Pau- A Christian who happens to be a journalist

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(Nehemiah 3-4) Facing Opposition to God's Work



Faced with opposition, big or small, against our faith, our Jesus, how will you respond? Our passage in Nehemiah answers this very question through the Jewish experience of rebuilding the walls of Jerusalem in Nehemiah 3 and 4.

And as we study these chapters, particularly Nehemiah 4, we will see three distinct themes that occurred again and again in the passage. We will see:

A. Challenge
B. Divine Pursuit/ Encounter
C. Response of Faith

Keep these three themes in mind as we witness how Nehemiah faced the opposition against fulfilling God's work.

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Image is taken from: https://aprilcoon.wordpress.com/2015/09/22/opposition/

(John 5:1-18) Trust in the Son, Not in Tradition


This is my sixth sermon for the Afternoon Service of the Diliman Campus Bible Church. Here, we will see the tension between Jesus and the Sabbath tradition of the Jews, and we are confronted to choose one of the two.

The choice cuts deep in the Filipino experience, being a nation steeped in religious traditions and beliefs. But God's Word invites us to take the bold step of trusting in the Son, not in tradition.

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(John 15:1-11) Abiding in the True Vine



This is my fifth sermon for the Afternoon Service of the Diliman Campus Bible Church. It is an exposition of John 15:1-10 on the series of Jesus' 7 I am's.

In this passage, Jesus speaks of Himself as the True Vine. In order to understand this statement, we will focus on the following points:

1. The Metaphor of the True Vine, the Vinedresser and the Branches (vv. 1-3)

2. Two Questions about Abiding in the True Vine

a. Why abide in the True Vine? (vv. 4-6)
b. What does it mean to abide in the True Vine? (vv. 7-11)

Listen to the preaching below for the entire message. May you be blessed!




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(John 10:1-10) None but Jesus


This is my fourth sermon for the Afternoon Service of the Diliman Campus Bible Church. It is an exposition of John 10:1-10 on the series of Jesus' 7 I am's.

In this passage, Jesus speaks of Himself as the Door for the Sheep. This is one of the three truths taken from John 10:1-10.

Here we see that Jesus:

1. Leads us to the Truth
2. Liberates us from Sin
3. Lays down His life for His people

Listen to the preaching below for the entire message. May you be blessed!


    


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