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Dynamic Duos of Christian Music

Erica Atkins-Campbell and Trecina “Tina” Atkins-Campbell are sisters whose hits “Shackles (Praise You)” and “God in Me” are just two in a career than spans more than a decade. Mary Mary, which takes its name from the two Biblical Mary’s (the mother of Jesus and Mary Magdalene), are pioneers in urban contemporary gospel, and have made hits that speak to both Christian and secular audiences. The ladies’ latest single, “Go Get It,” is a scorching R&B anthem of empowerment and confidence, reflecting the journey these ladies have taken since their debut in 2000. If you’re into artists like Beyonce or Mary J. Blige, you’ll dig Mary Mary.

Kata Inocencio with Alex Tinsay #the700clubasia

Flickr: http://flic.kr/p/cSJnNj

Kata Inocencio with Alex Tinsay #the700clubasia

Flickr: http://flic.kr/p/cSJnNj

September 21,2012 (by The700ClubAsia)

Some mistakes we make are costly and because of that we are too hard on ourselves. We must forgive ourselves and move on. Know that we have a God who loves us unconditionally. He is a compassionate God with a great plan for our future. “Success does not consist in never making mistakes but in never making the same one a second time.” - George Bernard Shaw

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– Peter Kairuz

I am handsome now

Richard and Raymond Malong are six-year-old twin brothers born in Pangasinan. Just like other siblings, they tease, argue, and occasionally fight with each other.

And what do they usually argue about?

“That he is more handsome than the other,” their mother, Lorena, answered with a smile.

But while the twin brothers may have the same scrawny built, height, and oval-shaped face, one detail made them look entirely different from each other. While Raymond has a perfectly normal face, Richard was born with a cleft lip.

Surely, these kids are excited to eat their free lunch! But OB pastors taught them to pause first and say graces before every meal.

Surely, these kids are excited to eat their free lunch! But OB pastors taught them to pause first and say graces before every meal.

October 15, 2012 – This week at CBN Asia

We hate to make mistakes. We try our best to be extra careful calculating each possible element before we conclude something to bring us to action. Someone said: “Good judgment comes from experience, and experience comes from bad judgment.” - now that’s true. Is there a better way to learn? Someone also said, “Smart people learn from their mistakes. But the real sharp ones learn from the mistakes of others.”

http://www.cbnasia.org

– Peter Kairuz

September 20,2012 - Bayang hinirang ng Dios (by The700ClubAsia)

The rich man in Luke 19:22 asked his servants to take of his money and to trade with it. His goal was not moneymaking as much it was to develop His servants’ character. The diligent servant in the end was entrusted with more wealth to manage and came out more blessed than the rest. He who is faithful with little will become ruler over much. Use carefully, wisely whatever talent God has given you.

http://www.cbnasia.org

– Peter Kairuz

September 19,2012 - For the sake of Israel (by The700ClubAsia)

Dynamic Duos of Christian Music

Erica Atkins-Campbell and Trecina “Tina” Atkins-Campbell are sisters whose hits “Shackles (Praise You)” and “God in Me” are just two in a career than spans more than a decade. Mary Mary, which takes its name from the two Biblical Mary’s (the mother of Jesus and Mary Magdalene), are pioneers in urban contemporary gospel, and have made hits that speak to both Christian and secular audiences. The ladies’ latest single, “Go Get It,” is a scorching R&B anthem of empowerment and confidence, reflecting the journey these ladies have taken since their debut in 2000. If you’re into artists like Beyonce or Mary J. Blige, you’ll dig Mary Mary.

Kata Inocencio with Alex Tinsay #the700clubasia

Flickr: http://flic.kr/p/cSJnNj

Kata Inocencio with Alex Tinsay #the700clubasia

Flickr: http://flic.kr/p/cSJnNj

September 21,2012 (by The700ClubAsia)

Some mistakes we make are costly and because of that we are too hard on ourselves. We must forgive ourselves and move on. Know that we have a God who loves us unconditionally. He is a compassionate God with a great plan for our future. “Success does not consist in never making mistakes but in never making the same one a second time.” - George Bernard Shaw

www.cbnasia.org

– Peter Kairuz

I am handsome now

Richard and Raymond Malong are six-year-old twin brothers born in Pangasinan. Just like other siblings, they tease, argue, and occasionally fight with each other.

And what do they usually argue about?

“That he is more handsome than the other,” their mother, Lorena, answered with a smile.

But while the twin brothers may have the same scrawny built, height, and oval-shaped face, one detail made them look entirely different from each other. While Raymond has a perfectly normal face, Richard was born with a cleft lip.

Surely, these kids are excited to eat their free lunch! But OB pastors taught them to pause first and say graces before every meal.

Surely, these kids are excited to eat their free lunch! But OB pastors taught them to pause first and say graces before every meal.

October 15, 2012 – This week at CBN Asia

We hate to make mistakes. We try our best to be extra careful calculating each possible element before we conclude something to bring us to action. Someone said: “Good judgment comes from experience, and experience comes from bad judgment.” - now that’s true. Is there a better way to learn? Someone also said, “Smart people learn from their mistakes. But the real sharp ones learn from the mistakes of others.”

http://www.cbnasia.org

– Peter Kairuz

September 20,2012 - Bayang hinirang ng Dios (by The700ClubAsia)

The rich man in Luke 19:22 asked his servants to take of his money and to trade with it. His goal was not moneymaking as much it was to develop His servants’ character. The diligent servant in the end was entrusted with more wealth to manage and came out more blessed than the rest. He who is faithful with little will become ruler over much. Use carefully, wisely whatever talent God has given you.

http://www.cbnasia.org

– Peter Kairuz

September 19,2012 - For the sake of Israel (by The700ClubAsia)

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Some mistakes we make are costly and because of that we are too hard on ourselves. We must forgive ourselves and move on. Know that we have a God who loves us unconditionally. He is a compassionate God with a great plan for our future. “Success does not consist in never making mistakes but in never making the same one a second time.” - George Bernard Shaw

www.cbnasia.org

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We hate to make mistakes. We try our best to be extra careful calculating each possible element before we conclude something to bring us to action. Someone said: “Good judgment comes from experience, and experience comes from bad judgment.” - now that’s true. Is there a better way to learn? Someone also said, “Smart people learn from their mistakes. But the real sharp ones learn from the mistakes of others.”

http://www.cbnasia.org

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The rich man in Luke 19:22 asked his servants to take of his money and to trade with it. His goal was not moneymaking as much it was to develop His servants’ character. The diligent servant in the end was entrusted with more wealth to manage and came out more blessed than the rest. He who is faithful with little will become ruler over much. Use carefully, wisely whatever talent God has given you.

http://www.cbnasia.org

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The 700 Club Asia showcases dramatized accounts of lives amazingly transformed by God's words in the Bible. We features life-changing testimonies, insightful and timely news features, interviews with celebrities, social figures, and experts in various fields.

The daily program highlights a special subject themes, with mainstay host Peter Kairuz joined by noted broadcaster and CBN Asia Vice President for Production and Programming Kata Inocencio, broadcasters Mari Kaimo and Alex Tinsay, columnist Felichi Pangilinan-Buizon, beauty queen Camilla Kim-Galvez.

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