JCSGO - R1 "Youth Summer Camp 2010"

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JCSGO Region 1

Youth Summer Camp 2010

on April 29 - May 1, 2010

@ JCSGO Campsite Lingayen, Pangasinan

Registration Fee: P350.00 only.

Bagoong Festival Party Food Recipes

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Bagoong making is the main business and source of income of almost all the people here in our place Pangapisan North, Lingayen, Pangasinan and we are very proud that we have the best quality of “bagoong” all over the Philippines.
This year 2010 is very memorable year for everyone of us here because this is the first celebration ever of the “Bagoong Festival”. As we make this event more exciting and enjoyable, we invite some visitors a very especial guest “celebrity guest” from GMA channel 7, Dominic Roco and Rocsan of the Star Struck batch V. Of course when there’s a party there’s food and when there’s a especial guest there should be a special food. Our Food committee of course wanted to prepare a very special food for our celebrity guest. And they want it different and a healthy one. Our master cook have a lot of delicious and extra ordinary recipe that are very healthy and easy to cook with. They have a lot of party food recipes that they could choose from that could make our visitors feel wow when they taste it and enjoy eating in their stay with us as they participate in this very memorable and very special event “Bagoong Festival”. Maybe this is just the beginning of a yearly exciting celebration of “Bagoong Festival”.

Doro's Bagoong - First Bagoong Festival

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Watch and be part of the First Ever Bagoong Festival this 2010. Capture the greatest happening of this event beginning April 22, 2010. The grand parade, street dancing and many many more surprises. Visit the land of the Original Bagoong Factory, Pangapisan North, Lingayen, Pangasinan.

Home Business PTC

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PTC is one of the home base business that you can make money easily but you need to invest. My number one PTC is Neobux. There are already more that 2 million members and already paid more than 1 Million Dollars for more than 2 years online and until now it is still the number PTC in the road. Instantly paying his members.

Home Base Data Entry Job..

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Home Base Data Entry Job.. Is it real or a scam? There are thousands of website offers a data entry job but need a registration fee... There are some legitimate and many are not. It is a big scam. Never trust anybody whom you do not know. If it is real job or real business opportunity why is it that you still need to pay. If they want to help you get a job why is it that you still need to pay them.Think and investigate before investing any single centavo. Say no to scammers!

The Preacher's vow

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By Thea Alberto, Yahoo! Southeast Asia

He is known as being the most ‘un-politicized’ of all the presidential candidates, but evangelist and Jesus is Lord Founder Eduardo ‘Brother Eddie’ Villanueva is no stranger to politics.

Brother Eddie’s first try at the polls was in 2004, a year marked by supposed election fraud. Villanueva ran, but lost to President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo. Failure, however, did not deter the religious leader.

“This is a call of duty. I used to say that even if I were offered millions of money to run, I won’t. But this is a call of duty. If not only for the plan of God for this country, I wouldn’t run,” Villanueva tells Yahoo! Southeast Asia in a two-hour interview.

Calm and straightforward, Villanueva answered questions articulately—in a manner any good preacher would do to influence his followers.

And influence, he truly has. Before plunging into politics, it was Villanueva who was being wooed by his would-be opponents for support. After all, his church, JIL, has over thousands of members worldwide, an active presence online, and they even have their own local television network—a feat hard to achieve in a dominantly-Catholic country.

The preacher’s vow

Leading the (Bangon Pilipinas) [Rise Philippines] Movement, Villanueva promises a corrupt-free term should he become president. After all, he’s the candidate perceived by many as the one who fears sin.

“No one is above the law once Eddie Villanueva [is president].For the first time in history, the general rule of law will happen,” the preacher-leader vows.

Villanueva even boasted of a Philippines “never seen before” should his party emerge victorious.

Photo by Associated PressVillanueva says he’s best fitted for the job because he does not have any purpose but to lead the country back to order, through his 7 E’s. That is to: Emancipate the people; Empower the people; Educate the people; Elevate the living standards of the people; Energize the economy; Eradicate bad governance, including corruption; and Establish peace in the land.

“I will overhaul the justice system and I will begin to implement the National Transparency and Accountability Policy from the very Office of the President. We will show the people, seriously, a kind of righteous leadership by example: No corruption,” Villanueva guarantees.

And while all these seem easier said than done, Villanueva believes he has enough willpower to push these visions into reality.

“I am not beholden to any political power, to any business economic power, to any religious power, to any foreign bases power. We are only beholden to God and to the Filipino people,” said Villanueva.

Pastor’s journey

Once a student activist, Villanueva said he never thought he would become a preacher. He even claims that he was once an atheist. However, Villanueva said he eventually saw the light.

“God is not a dictator. If you want to go to hell, God cannot stop you. So my principle is respect,” the preacher said.

“I cannot tolerate any form of corruption and immorality in life,” the preacher says of his life now.

Married to Adoracion "Dory" Villanueva and with four kids, including Cibac Party-list Representative Joel Villanueva, the preacher says fatherhood gave him extreme joy. He’s also a doting grandpa to his grandchildren, mostly living in the U.S.

Photo by Associated PressWhen not busy with his pastor duties, Villanueva says he makes time to be with his family.

“I’m practical and mahal na mahal ko ang aking pamilya,” he says. However, Villanueva says he knows his priorities start with God.

“My loyalty to my family, to my friends, to my party ends when my loyalty to my God and to my country begins,” he added.

The 63-year-old pastor says he is also fond of technology and he even became a text messaging addict.

And despite his dismal ranking in surveys, Villanueva believes God will help him ‘save’ the Philippines by winning the 2010 elections.

“That’s why our political will, I can say, modesty aside, is beyond measure. We are in the position to really implement the genuine changes and reforms which are much-delayed for the last forty years,” said Villanueva.

Luis Miguel Honrado Sendaydiego

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Luis Miguel Honrado Sendaydiego in short MIGGY, I really thank God for a wonderful blessing, a very healthy baby boy. As he grow older my little baby now becoming playful. He is now 6 months old and he is not a baby anymore he is already a little boy. Miggy is very healthy and has a strong bones like his Mama. Miggy is very loyal to his mother, he doesn't like cow's milk he is dependent on his mother's milk. He is purely breastfeed baby. And as a result, the 6 months old baby is like a 1 year old little boy. In height, in weight (over weight) and in the way he act, the way he look and the way he play. In his 5th month he already knew how to "close and open" his hands. That was the first tricks his mama taught him. And he is very proud on it. Every time there are people surrounding him he always show his tricks. Maybe in his mind in this way he can make people happy by showing.
MIGGY is very lovable everybody wants to kiss him, carry him and play with him because he is Mr. Smiley. He is like a politician, very friendly. That's why we really love him. Our dream for him is to become a Pastor like his grandfather but let the will of the Lord be done.