Life Can Begin Again – Christ Emphasis Week Theme Song

Verse 1 I want something real, not fancy words I’m done with my false hope. I want something whole, something pure I’m tired of enslaving rules. Refrain: ‘coz deep inside I’m broken, deep inside I’m weak. The twist and turns of this life made me feel so down, oh down. Chorus: Show me your love… Continue reading Life Can Begin Again – Christ Emphasis Week Theme Song

What do you want from life? – Christ Emphasis Week Update

The students always leave the convocations in high spirits. CEW is one event that every Centralian must experience.

What a sight to see the students coming in groups, walking towards Rose Memorial Auditorium, University Church, and EMC Conference Room, to attend the Christ Emphasis Week convocations. Indeed, the students who received Jesus Christ as personal Lord and Savior in their hearts, whether they came forward or not, are now heaven’s treasure trove. To… Continue reading What do you want from life? – Christ Emphasis Week Update

Christ Emphasis Week – What Do You Want Out of Life?

It’s Christ Emphasis Week (CEW) again at Central Philippine University. This year’s CEW theme is “What do you want out of life?” The CEW text is in John 1:37-39. Beginning July 18 until July 23, class periods are shortened to give time to the regular CEW convocations scheduled for elementary, high school, and college students.… Continue reading Christ Emphasis Week – What Do You Want Out of Life?

Achieving Success in the US – A Successful Juan Story

Getting the opportunity to study abroad In 1961, Juan became the Director for Mission and Evangelism of the Convention Baptists. Through the help of Rev. Jesus Vaflor, CPBC General Secretary (1954 – 1964), Juan got the chance to study Master of Divinity in Berkeley Baptist Divinity School, Berkeley, California. When he went to Divinity School,… Continue reading Achieving Success in the US – A Successful Juan Story

A Successful Juan Story

This is not the typical “Juan tamad” story we might have heard from our parents or yayas. The common Juan story relates to the Filipino’s laziness and usually ends in tragedy or humiliation of poor Juan. The story of Juan F. Ancheta typifies the industrious and diligent Filipino who is hard working, God fearing and… Continue reading A Successful Juan Story