KAPATIRAN’s Mission and Vision
INFORMATION … INSPIRATION … FORMATION … EVANGELIZATION … UNIFICATION/HARMONIZATION
The KAPATIRAN Website is the official website of the Brotherhood of Christian Businessmen and Professionals. with Editorial and Business office address at: BCBP National Office, Unit 416 Comfoods Bldg, Sen. Gil J. Puyat cor Chino Roces Aves., Makati City 1200, Metro Manila, Philippines, with tel. 819-0052 and fax no. 819-0051.
The KAPATIRAN website and its FaceBook site, BCBP KAPATID, provide a channel for the flow of INFORMATION from the BCBP national level to BCBP regional, chapter and member levels, and between chapters – and vice versa – to help members keep up-to-date with relevant happenings and policies in the BCBP nationwide. By keeping everyone informed of what and how others are doing, the KAPATIRAN and KAPATID encourage and provide opportunities for linkages and closer communication. As the official media vehicles of the BCBP, they also serve a historical purpose since they help document the development of the BCBP over the years.
KAPATIRAN and KAPATID strive to be a source of INSPIRATION to both members and non-members through the publication of sharings, inspiring articles and features.
They serve as a vehicle for the FORMATION of members through “Back to Basics” and “Formation” articles and other features and teaching articles that highlight important aspects of the BCBP member’s Christian Way of Life. The KAPATIRAN also provides supplemental material to help chapters and outreaches develop powerful talks based on the BCBP formation curriculum, and to stimulate relevant action group discussions and activities.
The KAPATIRAN is designed to help members EVANGELIZE and reach out to others by providing an attractive and interesting, quality internet site that espouses BCBP’s mission and values as it introduces the BCBP Way of Life to those interested, to first-timers in the BCBP Breakfasts, to business friends and associates, and to web surfers, making it a valuable tool for evangelizing the marketplace. The website’s content also strengthens the BCBP Way of Life for members.
KAPATIRAN and KAPATID help UNIFY and HARMONIZE BCBP chapters and outreaches by directing the members’ focus on the BCBP as a recognized national organization, not just a town-based, parish-based, provincial, or regional organization.
Contributions of articles, feature stories, items of general interest are encouraged and shall be subject to editing and selection. We especially welcome life testimonies and sharings of marketplace victories from BCBP members. We also appreciate reader comments and feedback in the spaces provided at the end of every article/sharing/column.
All material and pictures submitted, accepted and published become the sole property of the BCBP and may be used as needed by the BCBP. Since the BCBP is a non-profit organization, authors, writers and contributors do not receive any remuneration for their submissions, whether published or not.
Contributions should not exceed 2000 words, with the manuscript indicating source (if any, other than the contributor), author’s name, address, and contact number. BCBP members should indicate their chapter affiliation. If the article comes from a copyrighted published source, permission to use must be obtained from its original author/source. Anonymous contributions may not be accepted. All material and contributions should be emailed to The Editor at email@example.com or to the BCBP National Office, attn KAPATIRAN Editor.
All contributions and material will be edited in terms of content, length and adherence to the BCBP values and BCBP culture. Any opinions expressed in contributed material are the author’s own and are not to be considered official BCBP statements. If major revisions are indicated, the edited version will be returned to the contributor for approval, otherwise it may be deemed acceptable for publication with any necessary minor revisions. All material will be subject to final approval by the KAPATIRAN’s Editorial Board before publication.
Nancy Catan – Editor-in-Chief