President’s Note

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By Bro. Joffe Almoro

A blessed day, Brothers and Sisters!

Today I am in Dumaguete City to formally install Bro. Lee Zerna as Chapter Head of Dumaguete South Chapter. I am taking advantage of this opportunity to also meet with Area Managing Directors of the West Visayas, Eastern Visayas, and Central Visayas as well as Cebu Areas together with their Area Group Pastoral Head in our very first Area Group Management Committee (Mancom) Meeting.

The previous BCBP Mancom meets in plenary every quarter. This time, I intend to meet with a group of Area Managing Directors every month as I visit their region for either a Leader’s Installation or a Chapter Anniversary Breakfast Sharing. With this I hope to cover all 10 BCBP areas every year, and I look forward to seeing many of you when I get to visit your part of the country.

Please include me and the rest of our BCBP National Leaders in your prayers. Our task may be daunting, but with your prayers and the help and guidance of the Holy Spirit, we are confident that we can help move our community forward in our vision to bring Christ to the Marketplace and win the market place for Christ.

Bro. Joffe


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Niel Dalumpines February 5, 2018 - 8:15 am

I wish to raise a concern to BCBP spiritual adviser.

My concern is about oral prayer which all of us do as part of our BCBP life. My concern is “formal” and not substantive but I wish to raise it if my reason has merit. If not, I can still live with it.

I hear many members say their prayers by saying “Lord God” almost in all sentences of their prayer. It seems, pardon me if I’m wrong, that “Lord God” has become a convenient pause/suspension to cover a gap between thoughts or phrases.

Although prayer is purely personal, I still feel there must be lesser use of “Lord God” to do away with such habitual repetitious phrase. We know and understand that our prayers are addressed to God.

Bro. Niel Dalumpines, Davao East Chapter, CLP graduate of Fast Track No. 1, 2013. i


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