My Involvement in the Church

Statement of My Conversion:

All my life I have lived in a spiritually rich environment. Growing up in a Christian family I was taught about God from a young age. I went to church each Sunday, travelled with my pastor in his scheduled appointment, and at the age of seven I was saved and dedicated my life to Christ. This made me not only to try to be good but also filled me with happiness and purpose. It inspired me to help others in any way that I could no matter their circumstances. Each summer I always went to church camp and always enjoyed listening to others testimonies and how God had changed their life. And I've even thought of becoming a pastor someday. However, I always felt ...

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however, this was also the closest I had ever felt to God. Nevertheless, it also marked the beginning of my fall from grace. As the school continued, I began going to church less and less with an excuse of my Sunday ROTC training. Until I almost stopped altogether, in order to try to fit in I had begun hanging out with different people and began doing things I knew were wrong in order to try and solidify my friendship with them. Despite this, I began to feel more and more self-conscious until I began to shut everyone out for fear of what they would think of me. The once carefree, joyful child was gone and was replaced with a quiet, confused, depressed one who was full of fear.

But in 1994, during our class practicum in one of the Radio Stations in Zamboanga City, I met an accident that eventually ended me up in the hospital for 1 week. Then our church pastor gave me a visit and prayed for my recovery. That moment when he prayed me, the Lord brought me back to my desire to be a ...

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because it only made me stronger and shaped me into the person I am today.

To God be the glory, great things He has done!

Statement of My Calling:

Born into a family with a rich spiritual heritage, I quite literally grew up in the Church.

From a young age, I have been drawn to the life of faith and in my early high school years began articulating a desire to "become a pastor one day." Part of me wondered whether these were the naive pipe-dreams of adolescence; however, as my faith grew and relationship with Christ deepened, the desire to pursue full-time ministry intensified. During my college years, this calling -- this vocational clarity -- became undeniable ...

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