Daily Archives: April 4, 2020

#BroEliThankfulAt73

Isang Araw Lang Fun run fun : A look back

31 January 2010 SM Mall of Asia, Manila Philippines. There were over 50,500 runners participated on Isang Araw Lang: Takbo para sa Libreng Kolehiyo, a big time event organized by Sports 37. This event was held to raise funds to sustain the free college education program that Bro. Eli Soriano and Bro. Daniel “Kuya” Razon have spearheaded.

The event was indeed a huge success with GOD’s help. I am looking forward to more projects like this that would support the noble endeavours that Bro. Eli and Bro. Daniel have. Once again the unity among the brethren, family and friends resulted into something great just like the other events for Isang Araw Lang campaign.

Today marks the 73rd Birthday of Bro. Eli Soriano. Thanks be to GOD for loving and caring for him everyday.

Aside for Bro. Eli celebrating his 73rd birthday, today is also the 2nd day of Thanksgiving celebration of all the Members of the Church of GOD International, yes, international meaning in many parts of the globe.

Yey for today!

 

Up in Mt. Arayat

Mt. Arayat is a volcano situated in the Central Luzon region in the Philippines. Specifically, Mt.Arayat is located in the town of Arayat that is situated in the northern part of Pampanga. On the map, Arayat is surrounded by other towns, Magalang, Cabiao, Candaba, Sta. Ana, and Mexico Pampanga respectively.

Historically, there is no recorded eruption for Mt. Arayat. Aside from being a great tourist destination itself, in Mt. Arayat lies other tourist destinations. At some point in the year 1970’s, Mt. Arayat National Park has been constructed. It has swimming pools, picnic areas and trail that would lead to the mountain first peak. Somewhere in the volcano lies the White Rock, that is another known tourist destination. Also, at the foot of Mt. Arayat lies the Pampanga river.

Aside from being a go-to place for the tourist, Mt. Arayat is also a place where mountain climbers go to. It is said that it would take a day plus a couple of hours to reach the summit of the mountain.