NEWS REPORT :: November 2017

May the grace of our Lord be with you all!

November 06

Classes resumed after a five-day vacation in time with the celebration of the All Saints’ and Souls’ Days. Students spent their long weekend vacation with their families and in their respective churches.

November 13 – 15

The ABS team that has gone to Northern Isabela Academy (NIA) at Calinaoan, Sto.Tomas, Isabela a month earlier, with the addition of two other members, was again invited to go to Central Isabela Christian Academy (CICA), Marana I, Ilagan City last November 13 – 15 to lead in their Religious Emphasis program. The CICA theme was with the theme “Rebuilding our Faith in Obedience to Christ”. Sis Grace L. Alvarez and Bro. Nick Ulrich were again the team leaders. A big big hand for Mrs. Grace L. Alvarez who always find time to lead the praise team, in spite of her hectic schedule practicing students for the Christmas Cantata.

Highlights of the activity were the early morning services with all the students, competition in the different categories like Scripture recitation, Slogan and Poster Making and Essay writing, Skit and Vocal Solo. The team also went from room to room sharing the Word and teaching new praise songs.

The power of His Word was again greatly manifested. Sixty nine (69) students received the Lord and were added to His fold. This was another big harvest for the Lord. To God be all the glory and praise!

Our big bang to the leadership of the Central Isabela Christian Academy (CICA) through Mr. Rogelio F. Tenorio, School Director. More harvest will be reaped as we work together in His vineyard. Your support to our team plays a great deal in bringing salvation to many and developing our students in their preparation for ministry. We share the joy with you. Let us strengthen our partnership in reaching the unreached, the unchurched to bringing them into His church.

November 08

The Chicago Suburban Christian Church (CSCC), Chicago, Illinois, USA, in cooperation with “Kids Against Hunger” Fox Valley International, in partnership with the Charles W. Selby Memorial Hospital (CWSMH), through the able leadership of Mrs. Ofelia T. Tabilisima, Administrator, CWSMH, sponsored a feeding program for 2017 last November 8 at the Aparri Public Gymnasium. This activity was spearheaded by Sis. Lynette Cajigal Torres, with the assistance of the Peneyra clan, as it was conducted in time with the celebration of the 100th birthday of the late Esperanza Peneyra Aguas and and in memory of Sis. Daisy Aguas Cajigal. About six hundred (600) elementary grade school children from adjacent barangays of Aparri Centro, Punta, San Antonio, Minanga and Macanaya, accompanied by their respective teachers, were recipients of the program.

Sister Lyngelle P. Remoroza facilitated the distribution of the gift items. The smiles on the faces of all who attended, both the young and olds, are the evidences of their appreciation of the program.

ABS students, accompanied by Ma’am Grace Alvarez, led the praise singing at the start of the program. Bro. Nick Ulrich gave the opening prayer. Mrs. Ellen Andaya and her fellow hospital staff facilitated in the socialization games. The rest of the ABS personnel and other students helped in the distribution of food. Ptr. Rogelio V. Sinoto closed the activity with a closing prayer. To all the people that had contributed and had taken part in the program, may the Lord give you more blessings as you continue serving Him.

The advocacy of promoting one’s health and the sharing of blessing were highlighted. What a joy of seeing brethren working together as a team serving the Lord even in small ways. We offer you Lord all the glory and honor







To our benefactors, please don’t get tired in praying for us and sending your support as we join hands as partners to continue His ministry through this institution.


May God bless you richly!


Yours in His service,
OIC Administrator



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