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Reminiscing CAMACOP Summer Camp 2010

Ravi Villanueva | Saturday, November 06, 2010 | 5comments
Step up! Take the Lead! Passion for God, Compassion for People.



This is like, super delayed post. CAMACOP stands for Christian and Missionary Alliance Churches of the Philippines. Yes, Alliance Churches of the Philippines. Marami ngang nagtataka kung bakit sumasali ako sa kanilang activities like TGIF (Thank God It's Friday, every Friday of the week) sa City Alliance Church na kahit I'm a pure Roman Catholic


The story behind it was someone hypnotized me (hahaha just kidding) but actually convinced me to join in their weekend get-together with Alliance people, every Friday night sa City Alliance Church. Medyo malapit-lapit nga siya sa bahay namin kaya I grabbed the opportunity to join. Every Fridays, present ako at parating late! (but not now due to my busy sched and other important matters) and sa tuwing natatapos ang activity, may mapupulot kang aral from the Pastor and from yourself, realizing things na ginawa mo from the past na masama and mabuti, to pray and ask for guidance, to repent your sins. The good thing about this activity is that most likely, the best way to release your anger, stress and negative vibes.

Because of this, napa-yes, yes ako for the CAMACOP Summer Camp 2010: Step Up! Take the Lead, Camp Mariano, Koronadal City last May 13-15, 2010. Kaso wala akong pangregistration. And that was the time na andami ko pa palang tapusing works. But thank God He found a way para makapunta ako. Though that was the last night of the activity, May 14. Andaming campers all the way from Lake Sebu in South Cotabato, and as far as Saranggani Province in the South. The speaker of the said event was no other than Rev. Augie dela Cruz.

After the fun and frolic activity, nagsimula na ang walang tulugang program with some City Alliance friends. We played many games, even the truth or dare na pakainin ka pa ng baby powder at ubusin ang isang pakete ng 3-in-1 coffee. Through this camp, andami kong nakilala at natutunan from them. (and the rest are history)

And oh, I can't wait for the Year-end Camp this December!
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5 comments:

Anonymous said...

ravi!!! i Like this one.,!!!! hehehe,,,. ang ganda.,,.,. yep3,..,sana makapunta ka dis december,.,.,. okay?

rabsky said...

Sana. Haha. Thanks. :)

Anonymous said...

And, I, also can't wait for the Year-end camp this December! :)) Marj

Anonymous said...

wow God is so amazing....ngayon ko lng ito nabasa nad it really makes me smile, i'm happy na nkajion ka sa camp and enjoy together with us...i really do hope to see you in camps and even in church....God Bless

Gayle Krizzia Apales said...

happy to hear growing christians.. Continue serving God!! Godbless!! anyways, im from the North Mindanao district..

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