Fr. Poly Villalva: In His Providence

God’s calling is always a mystery, but once answered, one’s life obtains its greatest joy and fulfillment. Just like how Fr. Pol Villalva achieved his, by answering the call of the Lord to the priesthood. “Then I heard the voice of the Lord saying, ‘Whom shall I send? Who will go for us?’ ‘Here I […]

Cezarina Lorel Curada: Choosing the Life in Mission

When we choose a life in mission, it also means we surrender our lives to God in all circumstances. This is what Cezarina Lorel Curada, or Zar as many know her, has been holding onto ever since she became part of CFC ANCOP and the Couples for Christ community. Every day, she always felt grateful […]

Jonathea Baloca: With Faith and Perseverance

When it comes to her studies, Jonathea had to live up to her parents’ expectation of achieving the highest of honors, because her two older brothers were able to do so. She wants to show her family that she can do it as well, and she can bring her parents great pride and joy, too. […]

Julie Ann Burio: In Excellence and Gratitude

God works in the most unfathomable way we can imagine, just like how He worked on the life story of Julie Ann Burio, an ANCOP alumna from Caloocan City. Julie is now a fresh graduate of Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Computer Application at the De La Salle-College of St. Benilde (CSB). […]

Yna Briones: From Receiving to Giving

As a child, Yna Briones lived a comfortable life. Her parents had decent jobs that can provide more than enough in sustaining the needs and wants of their family. Her father is a policeman, and her mother works for the government, and active members of the Couples for Christ community. She is the youngest child […]

Bryan Dalma: Blessed and Grateful

After stopping in attending school for almost six years, Bryan Dalma would’ve not imagined himself being where he is right now: a college degree holder and now working as a Livelihood Coordinator for CFC ANCOP Global Foundation, Inc. (CAGFI). Bryan, who is from Los Baños, Laguna, was an ANCOP Scholar funded by LandBank of the […]