Monthly Archives: August 2018

Towards a Distinct Regional Identity

As a region, Metro Manila has developed uniquely and plays a peculiar role in the national movement. Our stakeholders – students, graduates, volunteers, partners, and staff – gathered last Saturday to further explore and form our identity as a regional unit. Ms. Mutya Capuno facilitated an Appreciative Inquiry (AI) exercise that enabled the stakeholders to […]

Re-Tire! Re-Imagine Possibilities

We continue to rethink our practices, processes, programs and approaches to contextualize them to the present set of students and graduates, as we are challenged to re-imagine possibilities on how the ministry would look like in the next years. 1. Re-imagine possibilities to engage the students and campus. Our journey to implement the Strategic Plan for 2017-2021 […]


HIGHLIGHTS 1. Crafted the Strategic Plan for 2017-2021 – fruit of a long process of consultations, research, Bible-based listening to God, three-day staff interactions and strategic planning, and two-day retreat/interactions with the Board. By the end of the process, we were able to achieve the following: Refreshed our understanding of IVCF’s identity and answered the […]

Loving God and Loving our Peers

Eight (8) students and five (5) graduates completed the Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Training held last August 11, 2018 at the IVCF Building in Don Antonio Heights, Quezon City. This training is designed to equip disciples of Christ to make disciples. Peer-to-Peer is about building Christ-like friendships and planting God’s truth in these friendships. Peer-to-Peer also equips […]