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Inductive Bible Study

Coming this Fall 2017…beginning the last week of August 2017…


Inductive Bible Study
The purpose for this class is to teach and encourage students to study the Word of God by observing, interpreting, cross-referencing, and relevantly applying the message of Bible passages to their lives.

In Luke 11:28, Jesus says “…Blessed rather are those who hear the word of God and keep it!

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Fall 2017

Begins August 29, 2017

All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, equipped for every good work.”
2Timothy 3:16-17
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All in God’s Family

Visiting family and the brethren as expressed in the family of the church of God over the Thanksgiving and Christmas Season of 2016 has been filled with His goodness.
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Can it be realized any other way, the enormity and connectivity of the family of God? The journey of discovery began on October 27, 2016.

After a quadruple heart bypass on May 28, I was ever so thankful to God for His prayer for the people He surrounds me with, beginning with my wife, our children, doctors, and nurses, all by His appointment. In the days that followed prior to my discharge from the hospital, I had this longing to go on a long vacation and travel back to California.collagefin

To be rested…refreshed. To see family…friends. Maybe all of the above. This is that journey, one filled with relief, joy, and thankfulness with the people the Lord has used the last seven months…much like the lesson in faith I have been blessed to experience because of God’s faithfulness.

Not only that, He included stops to visit family in Folsom up in Northern California…

A stint at Lone Mountain in Las Vegas, Nevada…

Enjoying more snow with Nenita, Kim, and Dave, while dropping in on “The Second Chance Ranch” fellowship in Cascade, Montana…

To top it all off He brought us to parts of the “Great White North“(a.k.a.Canada), which included the flat plains of Grande Prairie where we got to to do a Couple’s Bible Study with our son and his wife…

Drove cross-country to behold God’s work through the views of Jasper, Banff and Lake Louise (included driving in snow), and of course Salmon Arm in Vancouver.banffYes, the people, the experiences and destinations my wife and I got to visit, are proof that God’s family is ever growing and full of beauty. Imagine the opportunity I would have missed had we not taken the first step.

Ready for 2017? Let’s go!!! “Pray without ceasing.”
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“There was a man…”

From Jackson Sia

The sky was dark and gloomy as we drove to Biñan for the prison Bible Study. We were praying that the weather would cooperate. By God’s grace, the downpour did not occur until we reached our destination. Praise the Lord! God is in control. I was really blessed by His providence.

Heavy skies over the ‘Sky Way.’


Prior to the study, we handed out gospel tracts to the visitors already there. We had a short chat with a jail guard, we inquired what the inmate’s needs might be. He answered,“toiletries…tsaka pagkain (and food).” In addition, we inquired what their needs were, he and the members of their detachment. The guard seemed surprised by the question, but at the same time pleased.  He answered, “toiletries din (as well), tsaka (and) office supplies para sa (for the)office”.

The study we have the privelege of leading these men and women through is the book of John. On this day, we were wrapping up chapter 3, a narrative on Jesus’ conversation with Nicodemus and being born again. 

Most of the inmates seemed to be listening and were saying “amen” to what kuya (older brother) Doy was teaching. One may not be entirely sure if that “amen” was a real  amen or a mockery. All we know is what Scripture has promised about the Word of God… “It shall not return to Me void,  But it shall accomplish what I please, And it shall prosper in the thing for which I sent it.” Isaiah 55:11. We were just as blessed seeing them intently listening to the gospel. Kuya Doy told me he saw an inmate become teary eyed. Why? Only God knows. Pray he would truly repent and his hope and trust in the Lord Jesus Christ, and many like him, that they would truly “repent.” 

Read up, John 3:3-21

“Jesus answered and said to him, “Most assuredly, I say to you, unless one is born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God.”

Before leaving, we asked for their their prayer requests. Many listed down prayers for their families; and silently perhaps for themselves (as most of them feel lonely and neglected. ) As I read through their requests, it is hard not to have mixed emotions. It is a joy to read that they are putting their hope in God, but at the same time…they had to go to prison before realizing their need for God. Not religion and empty worship, but true fellowship with the Living God. “For He is not the God of the dead but of the living, for all live to Him.” Luke 20:38

Pray for the inmates and their families, the jail guards, and for us. May people be regenerated. May God be glorified in this ministry.

P.S. Here are some samples of the inmates’ livelihood products.  The wallets, however, costs as low as 60 and as high as 150. The rags are not yet available. Any income generated from these is used to buy the needs of the inmates and the facility. 

Livelihood products made by the inmates: floor mats (top shelf) and purses.


October 8, 2016

…we just finished the Bible study at Biñan city jail, began by reading John 4:1-21. It was a wonderful scene seeing the men and women again closely listening to the Word of God. The study centered on the living water and worshiping in truth and in spirit. Both men and women gave their prayer requests and we were truly the one being blessed after the sharing. 

Like the rest of the country wherein prison facilities are impacted by the influx of surrenderees, the count at the BJMP in Biñan is at 576 inmates  occupying cramped quarters. Pray for these and those like them, God bless you all!

Therefore do not be ashamed of the testimony of our Lord, nor of me His prisoner, but share with me in the sufferings for the gospel according to the power of God...” 2Timothy 1:8

 Fall 2016 Advisory

Come to Me, all who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.”Matthew 11:28

The Bible Center” will  be on inactive status for Fall 2016. There will be  no classes offered both on-site and off -site for the semester, and the remaining SY 2016. MFHBC will be reopening in the Spring of 2017. 


We would love to have you join us in the Spring of 2017 and our thanks to you all for bearing with us at this time of resting.

 If you are a returning, or even a new student, click here, please complete and submit the enrollment form. You will receive the information you need via email…

~ Study the Word of God with us, “Sanctify them by Your truth. Your word is truth.” John‬ ‭17:17‬ ‭

~ You may also visit the other Calvary Chapel Affiliate campus in Dumaguete and inquire via this website and contact Ms Dyna Delamin.

Nenita and I look forward to a time of refreshing in our Main Campus in Murrieta CA during this time of medical furlough. Expecting great things from God, as we continue as our goal, to be in the great things of God. Stay connected with us, watch and pray with us, and we will be in prayer to see you in the Spring. 

In the meanwhile, continue trekking with us via FB, we’d love to hear from you! 



Spring 2016 Classes

Spring is here! Time to open your Bible and Study the Word of God!!!

Heaven and earth will pass away, but My words will not pass away.”
Luke 21:33

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