Jezreel Faith Manugue Jez Manugue JRC Jesus Revival Church G12 St. John's Academy CLSU

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Ground Zero

Ground Zero.

This event was a glimpse of the fulfillment of the vision that God has planted in my heart. 500 souls may be too little still when compared to the population, but out of these will come the multitudes!

No, it didn’t happen just like that. Ground zero was a product of a train of commitments, trainings, works, prayers, and a lot of faith!

If I’d start narrating our humble beginnings (though I know we’re really just at the beginning up to this point), I’d consume kilobytes after kilobytes of space on the web, so let me cut this blog short by just sharing how joyful, humbled, and awestruck I am for what God has done and is doing!

Greater things are ahead! Like what Joel Osteen would always declare, our best days are ahead of us and not behind us!
Ground Zero is just a small sight of 1 Corinthians 2:9!

I am determined and committed to pray, fast, soak, study, listen, learn, train, speak, teach, and preach all the more!

Here we commmme!






Special thanks to the youth leaders as well as the new Life Group leaders whom God used to reach out to these young people. Simula pa lang talaga 'to.
I am grateful for a wonderful team that God has graced me with :)

I love you, youth!


*photo album link*

5 comments:

josh said...

COOL POST! It must have been a great experience, Jez. Oh, scratch that. Great must be an understatement! :D Glory to God!

And beginnings are wonderful things! At the first place mahirap nga minsan magsimula eh. But now that you've started, tuloy-tuloy na yan! Be prepared for God's victory whether He hands it over you easily or with much effort! Carry on :)))

Sharina said...

I was part of Youth for Christ before and I can relate to the grace and blessing you speak of. I loved worshipping - singing worship songs and praying. :) Keep attending and feeling God's love!!:)


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Paola ♥ said...

God is so amazing. :)

And oh ate Jez, I was viewing Faythe Santiago's FB account when I saw yours (because you commented on her one photo) you know each other? Wow! That's great. :)) I really admire her cuz I listened to her speak last month! :)

KZRemojo said...

Ang tindi! Grabe! Wala kong masabe, hehe!

Nasan na nga pala ang "BER-months blog" mo??? :)

Love said...

nice to hear that a group of young people are still trying to reach the youth.. nice..

are you the one who delivered the message? that's cool! =D hehehe