FEBRUARY 2018


FEBRUARY NEWS


Alumni Reunion Sri Lanka

February 22 found Leah Darwin, Cynthia Roxas, Gerri Miller and myself winging our way to Sri Lanka. For all four of us, it was our first time in this beautiful country. The purpose of our trip was to launch the PIM Extension program in Sri Lanka, but first, we spent a delightful evening with our IGSL graduates at the headquarters of Sri Lanka Campus Crusade for Christ. Read More

 


Celebrating Singlehood: IGSL Singles’ Retreat 2018

Celebrating Singehood2When it comes to marriage and relationships there is a tendency to put pressure on young adults reaching the age of 30 (or maybe even beyond 30) who are still in the process of waiting for “God’s best”. For such a unique period in one’s life, especially while studying at IGSL, it is truly beneficial to learn more about and celebrate this remarkable season of being single. Read More

 


Pursuing God’s Agenda for the Family

Family LifePraise God for the I Still Do (ISD) Facilitators Training conducted by FamilyLife Philippines! On the first two days of February, 29 couples from different parts of Metro Manila, Isabela, Baguio, Nueva Vizcaya, Laguna, and Bacolod gathered at the IGSL chapel and were strengthened in their vision of pursuing God’s agenda for the family. Read More

 


Living Out His Calling

This was why Joseph Fernando, a graduating IGSL student, accepted God’s call and became a math and English teacher back in his home country of Sri Lanka. As a passionate follower of Christ, Joseph was a teacher with a burden to help struggling math students gain confidence in the subject and to know the God who loved them. Because teaching was a calling from the Lord, Joseph was committed to becoming the best teacher he could be. After receiving a promotion at his school, he felt led to pursue higher education at IGSL. Read More


Training Future Agents of Transformation

PNPATheir tough training often makes it seem like they’re made of steel. But these future uniformed men and women are not superhumans. To truly rise up to their calling of protecting our people and defending our country, they need more than just a bachelor’s degree and physical training. It’s essential for them to be grounded in their faith and to be equipped as leaders in catalyzing change. Read More

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