Victory Zamboanga celebrates eighteen years of God’s faithfulness!
Our church in this province of Mindanao started in 1998 from a student outreach, and grew into a church that is, by God’s grace, growing in numbers. Our worship services are now regularly held at two locations: the Victory Center at Unichan Building, and the Celebrity Hall at the Grand Astoria Hotel.
Last Sunday, October 30, we celebrated our 18th anniversary at the Grand Astoria Hotel with the theme, “Unashamed of the Gospel.” As we witnessed Victory Zamboanga’s growth, we also saw God’s faithfulness as He appointed volunteers, interns and leaders to advance His kingdom in Zamboana City, under the leadership of Pastor Ritchie Llanto.
This year, we also conducted our own discipleship conference in Tumaga. The event attracted a total of 124 leaders and interns, including leaders from our Victory Ipil church plant. Because of the growing discipleship culture among the young people there, Victory Zamboanga also launched a worship service for college students.
Let us continue to pray for our church in Zamboanga to be a witness to Mindanao and the southern islands. We are in faith that God will open doors here, so that we will continue to make more disciples, train leaders, and plant churches charged with the Holy Spirit in this part of the Philippines.
Victory Zamboanga is just one of Victory’s provincial churches all over the Philippines! Click here to learn more about Victory Zamboanga!
We’re excited to honor God and make more disciples in Pampanga!
Last Sunday, October 23, our church plant in Apalit launched their first worship service at the 2nd Floor of JNW Building, located along McArthur Highway, Sampaloc in Apalit, Pampanga. Under the leadership of Pastor Edwin Navarro, church planting efforts for Apalit begun as early as July, and construction of the center was started by August this year.
Apalit is an urban municipality located in the province of Pampanga. It has an estimated population of 101,537, as of the 2010 census. The municipality is surrounded by Macabebe, Masantol, Minalin and San Simon in Pampanga, and Calumpit, Pulilan, Baliuag. It is home to numerous schools for elementary and high school students. This means that a great number of souls, especially the next generation, are waiting to be touched and to be transformed by the gospel.
Pray with us as we reach out to more Pampangueños! We’re in faith that more families, students, and young professionals in Apalit will get to hear the gospel regularly. Let us intercede for our pastors, leaders, and volunteers in this new church plant as they advance God’s kingdom in this part of the Philippines. Don’t forget to invite your family and friends in the area, too!
We’re excited to honor God and make more disciples in Mandaue, Cebu!
Last October 9, Victory Cebu launched five new worship services at the Victory Main Hall of J Centre Mall along Fortuna Street in Bakilid, Mandaue City. Here’s the new schedule of services of Victory Cebu:
English Sundays – 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m., 3:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m. Cebuano – English Sundays – 1:00 p.m.
Youth worship services will continue to be held every Friday at 7:00 p.m.
Mandaue is an independent highly urbanized city that forms a part of the Cebu metropolitan area. Its housing costs are lower, compared to neighboring cities, attracting a lot of families looking for a place to settle in. This means that a great number of souls are waiting to be touched and transformed by the gospel.
Let’s intercede for our leaders and volunteers as we reach out to the heart of Cebu! We invite you to pray with us for open doors, open hearts, and divine appointments in Mandaue, so that more disciples and leaders will be established for God’s glory. We’re believing God for more families, students, and young professionals to have a relationship with Jesus and be discipled by this church in the Philippines!
Last Sunday, September 25, Victory Kalibo celebrated its first anniversary!
Kalibo is the capital of Aklan, which is located in Western Visayas. The province is best known for Boracay, a resort island with white sandy beaches frequented by tourists from all over the world. Under the leadership of Pastor Fil Yasay, Victory Kalibo officially launched in September last year at the Ati-Atihan County Inn located beside the Municipal Trial Court. Their regular worship service schedule is 10:00 a.m. every Sunday. They recently added another Sunday worship service every 4:00 p.m. at the Victory Kalibo Center along Mabini Street (across Mercury Drug).
God’s faithfulness continues to pour into this young church plant as we witness them grow and multiply in number through the months. We’re thankful that more families, students, and young professionals in Kalibo get to hear the gospel regularly. Let us intercede for our pastors, leaders, and volunteers in Victory Kalibo as they advance God’s kingdom in this part of the Philippines. Pray, also, with us as we honor God and make disciples in the heart of Aklan! Don’t forget to invite your family and friends in the area, too!
In 2007, church planting efforts for Molino were started by a team from Victory Bacoor. They engaged with the locals, mostly in the residential areas. This bore fruit and before long, thirty-four Victory groups were meeting in different homes in this municipality. Caviteños started getting discipled, and they invited their family and friends to take part in having a relationship with Jesus.
The church plant grew to 200 members in just two months, with their facility holding two services every Sunday at the Masaito Building along Molino Road. Last September 2011, Victory Molino finally celebrated their official launch. As we witnessed the church’s growth, we also witnessed God’s faithfulness as He appointed volunteers, interns and leaders to advance His kingdom in Molino, Cavite. This is why we rejoiced with them as they commemorated their fifth anniversary last Sunday. Victory Molino currently holds two worship services every Sunday, 9:00 am for the Taglish service, and 11:00 am for the English service, at the third floor of the Masaito Building along Molino Road in Bacoor, Cavite.
Pray with us as we reach out to the heart of Cavite! We are in faith that God will open doors here, so that more families, students and young professionals will come to the saving knowledge of Christ. Don’t forget to invite your family and friends in the area!
God has been tremendously faithful to our churches in Cebu City!
From 2012 to 2014, God led Victory Cebu on the path to tremendous growth as their numbers flourished to 2000. This paved the way for the Victory Talisay church plant, which was started under the leadership of Pastor Zab Panimdim and officially launched last December 2015.
Primarily a residential and trading center, Talisay City lies within the Metro Cebu area. Its name is taken from the magtalisay tree which is abundant in the city. It currently has a population of 250,965 that increases to around 5% every year. It is also comprised of 22 barangays, and is surrounded by 42 campuses. This includes elementary schools, public and private secondary schools, and colleges. This means that a great number of souls are waiting to be touched and to be transformed by the gospel.
With this, Victory Talisay has launched another worship service schedule. In addition to its 2:00 p.m. Sunday service, the church now has a 4:00 p.m. Sunday service, which is still regularly held on the third floor of South Town Centre in Tabunok.
Indeed, the harvest is plenty and we believe that more disciples will be trained, more leaders will be raised up, and more of the next generation will be reached by the gospel of Jesus, in the South. Invite your friends and family, and let’s join our churches in Cebu, connecting more Cebuanos to Jesus!
The Victory family keeps growing! We’re excited to announce that starting October, an additional worship service will be added to Victory Fort’s roster of worship services, bringing the number of worship services for adults and youth at Victory Fort to seventeen! On October 3, Sunday, we invite you to join Pastor Christian Flores and fellow early risers to worship God and enjoy fellowship at the 9:00 a.m. worship service in the Function Hall of Every Nation Building 2. The building is located along 32nd Street at the corner of University Parkway in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig. Here’s the schedule of the other worship services of Victory Fort:
Assembly Hall, Every Nation Building 1 Taglish Saturdays – 4:00 p.m. Sundays – 8:00 a.m., 2:00 p.m., and 4:00 p.m. English Sundays – 10:00 a.m., 12:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m., and 8:00 p.m. Youth Services Fridays – 6:00 p.m. Saturdays – 6:00 p.m.
Function Hall, Every Nation Building 2 English Sundays – 9:00 a.m. (starting October 3), 11:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Taglish Sundays – 3:00 p.m. Youth Services Saturdays – 4:00 p.m.
Another worship service schedule means more people can be accommodated, and more people will get to hear the gospel. As we continue to honor God and make disciples, we’re always expectant of the great and mighty things God will do in our church in Taguig! Don’t forget to invite your friends and family in the area. See you there!
We are excited to announce the upcoming Victory church plants for the rest of the year! Eight more church plants are set to be established throughout the Philippines before 2016 ends.
Please stand in prayer with us as we prepare to honor God and make disciples in:
Talavera, Nueva Ecija – officially launched on September 18, Sunday
Tabuk, Kalinga – will officially launch on September 25, Sunday
Bambang, Nueva Vizcaya – will officially launch on October 16, Sunday
Bangued, Abra – will officially launch on November 20, Sunday
Candon, Ilocos Sur – will officially launch on November 27, Sunday
Limay, Bataan – will officially launch on December 4, Sunday
Candelaria, Quezon – will officially launch on December 11, Sunday
Apalit, Pampanga – will officially launch on December 18, Sunday
Let us intercede for the leaders and volunteers of these church plants as they prepare for their grand launch in the coming days. We are in faith that God will use these church plants to reach out to more people in various areas of the Philippines. If you have friends and family in these areas, tell them about our upcoming Victory churches! See you there!
We’re excited to honor God and make more disciples in Kalibo, Aklan!
Located at the northwest of Panay, Kalibo is the capital of Aklan and is famous for the Ati-Atihan Festival and for being the main transportation hub for the resort island of Boracay. Under the leadership of Pastor Fil Yasay, Victory Kalibo officially launched in September last year at the Ati-Atihan County Inn located beside the Municipal Trial Court. Regular worship services are held at this venue every Sunday at 10am.
We’re in awe of Victory Kalibo’s growth, and we’re expectant of what God will do in this municipality, especially now that the church has added another worship service to their schedule. Starting last week, on August 14, Victory Kalibo launched their 4pm service at the Victory Kalibo Center situated along Mabini Street (across Mercury Drug).
Pray with us as we reach out to the heart of Aklan! We invite you to pray with us for open doors and open hearts in Kalibo, so that more disciples and leaders will be established for God’s glory. Let us be in faith for more families, students, and young professionals to have a relationship with Jesus and be discipled in this part of the Philippines.
Last August 14, Victory Cabanatuan launched a new worship service at SM City Mall in Cabanatuan City. The 10 AM service was held and will continue to be held at Cinema 4 on the third floor of the popular mall situated along Maharlika Highway in Nueva Ecija. Volunteer ushers enthusiastically welcomed over 800 worshipers at the grand launch; carrying balloons and cupcakes, they created a festive atmosphere for attendees, many of whom were visiting from neighboring provinces and coming from locations as far as Metro Manila.
The launch was also graced by several local government officials. SM City Mall, the location of Victory Cabanatuan’s weekend worship services, is accessible and easily identifiable to residents of Cabanatuan City. We are excited at what God will do through this church, now that inviting and engaging people has become easier to do.
At present, Victory Cabanatuan regularly conducts three worship services, including this new Sunday worship service. Its regular service at the FMN Industrial Building, also located along Maharlika Highway, will still continue, and will retain its original schedule of 5:30pm. Regular youth services at the aforementioned venue will also be held every Thursday at 6:00 PM. We would like to invite you to pray with us for open doors and open hearts in Cabanatuan City, so that more disciples and leaders will be established for God’s glory. We also encourage you to bring your family and friends in the area to join us at the worship services of Victory Cabanatuan. See you there!
Last June 12, Sunday, we witnessed the grand launch of a new church plant in the province of Cavite: Victory Carmona.
Our 74th Victory provincial church officially launched on the third floor of the 88 Building, located in Barangay Maduya, Carmona. It will have its regular weekly services every Sunday at 10:30 am.
Scouting for the church’s venue began last year with the team of Pastor Noel Bibat at its helm. By God’s grace, they were able to secure a location last June 2015. Conveniently located along the busy thoroughfare of Governor’s Drive, the 88 Building is accessible and easily identifiable to many Carmona residents. Restaurants, banks, shops, and service centers can be found in the building, attracting a lot of customers and passersby to the venue. Because of its easily identifiable location and the numerous establishments in the area, Victory Carmona is situated at a place that makes it easy to engage and invite people to the church.
Let us continue to pray for open doors and open hearts, so that more disciples and leaders will be raised for God’s glory. Together, let us intercede for this new church plant’s leadership team, volunteers and staff as they continue to advance God’s kingdom in this part of the Philippines.