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The Champions Academy is on its way to completion. Right now the foundations are being laid and fortified.  There is an area of 133 square meters  to be paved with bricks. One square meter consists of 40 bricks.  A brick costs only Php 10. Last week, SFCC started a drive to accept love donations for the Academy. The response was overwhelming. At the end of the day, a total of 14 square meters was covered by the generosity of the...

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“Leadership is not about titles, positions or flowcharts. It is about one life influencing another.” -John Maxwell It is SFCC culture to lead the way Jesus led His flock. Jesus said, “Whoever wants to be a leader among you must be your servant” (Matthew 20:26). Greatness is not about hogging the limelight and earning accolades. It is about being contented with working behind the scenes, touching one soul at a time, and...

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Brigada Eskwela is a nationwide school maintenance program enjoining all the public schools and community to contribute their time, efforts, and resources to ensure the schools’ physical and conducive-to-learning environment. Sadulawit Inc., recognizing the need, gathered 52 members and volunteers distributed in teams to extend  help into 2 secondary schools — La Union National High School (LUNHS) and North Central School. Add...

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“I am watching to see that My word is fulfilled.” Jeremiah 1:12 God is faithful & He will do what He says He will do.  As we seek to do His will, God supplies the manpower, the strength, & the resources along the way. If it’s God’s will, it’s God’s bill. Last Saturday, May 28 at 5 pm, the Summer Internship Training participants marched victoriously towards the finish line.  After six...

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This summer 2016 is proving to be a remarkable, memorable year for SFCC. After a 2-year long hiatus, the Summer Internship Training was re-launched. God’s ‘kairos’ (perfect timing) has blessed us with receptive young people who are willing to be trained to become champions in life. Part of the program is the care group session. This is where the interns get to open their hearts and share the wonderful experiences of...

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 Email This Post Allister is a 20-something fresh graduate pursuing a career as a college instructor at a local private school here in San Fernando City. Growing up, he was forced to rely on his coping mechanisms when both his parents left him under the care of his doting grandma. He was just an infant then.  A product of a broken family, Allister learned to be detached and seemingly unaffected by outside circumstances.  He...

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