8th G12 Philippines National Conference: The Awakening

The 8th G12 Philippines National Conference was held at the World Trade Center, Pasay City on October 29-30. It was a gathering of different churches all over the Philippines that have taken the G12 vision.

Pastors all over the world have come for this event along with their family. Namely:

Pastor Cesar Castellanos and his wife, Pastor Claudia Castellanos from Colombia

Pastor Rich Witmer from Arizona

Pastor Bert Pretorius and his two sons, Pastor Pearson Pretorius and Damian Pretorius from South Africa

Pastor Art Sepulveda from Hawaii

and Pastor Simon Lee from Hawaii.

Pastors from all over the country came, too. Namely:

Bishop Oriel Ballano from Manila

Bishop Felix Labang from Cavite

Bishop Jonathan Sebastian from Quezon City

Bishop Frank Santos from Tarlac

Pastor Carlo Panlilio from Quezon City

Pastor Rafy Panlilio from Caloocan

Pastor Alvin Venzon from Bataan

Pastor Noli Opiniano from Tacloban

Pastor Ruffy Lagat from Davao

Pastor Herly Montes from Davao

and Pastor Nonon Orjaleza from Butuan.

The event was attended by thousands of delegates, both old and young, rich and poor, far and near all for the glory of God.

You can watch the event here:


Know more about the G12 Vision here:

G12 Philippines – https://m.facebook.com/g12philippines?__tn__=C

G12 Official – https://m.facebook.com/visiong12?fc=f&showPageSuggestions&_rdr

To God be all the glory!


About anjelicaibuyan

An aspiring PUPian journalist from Pasig City, Philippines.

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