Monday, February 20, 2012

Happy 5th Birthday, Nuffnang!

Nuffnang Philippines is turning five and I want to be part of the few people to be able to greet them first! I've been blogging since December of 2007, primarily to learn to earn online and Nuffnang has been a part of that ever since.

The network of bloggers that Nuffnang Philippines has grown so much since then that I do not recognize the other bloggers I see during Nuffnang events. I still remember the first time I participated in one of their first events - Nuffnang's "Burn After Reading" movie premiere. I remember receiving a gift from Nuffnang then for being the first blogger among the 70 who were awarded the premiere movie tickets.

Time has flown so fast that I didn't notice that it has been almost five years and Nuffnang Philippines will now be celebrating its 5th anniversary.

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So, for all the good and happy times, happy 5th birthday, Nuffnang and here’s a birthday greeting in the form of a rap (to follow)!

5th Birthday Greeting Rap for Nuffnang

The top blog ad commun'ty in Asia-Pacific
Thriving for five years is just so fantastic
A community for bloggers by people who're blogging
With over eighty thousand bloggers they keep growing and growing

With all their sponsors they're celebrating with a shout
Churp Churp, Jack Tv, Borough and Punch Out
Now they are five years in the online community
Together with my blogging parents we all shout in unity

Happy 5th birthday, Nuffnang! Happy 5th birthday!
More business and blessings for you all the way.
Happy 5th birthday, Nuffnang! Happy 5th birthday!

Saturday, February 18, 2012

Updates on Peniel House of Prayer (Mt. Peniel Prayer Mountain and Camp Site

Yesterday, we took a trip to Capas, Tarlac and visited Peniel House of Prayer which used to be called Mt. Peniel Prayer Mountain and Camp Site. We used an Isuzu van to get there and were glad that its coolant pump was working properly so we got to the camp site without any problems.

To get to Peniel House of Prayer and Camp Site we drove north on NLEX and exited at SCTEX and continued north and took Concepcion exit. From Concepcion, Tarlac, we drove to Capas and took the road towards Camp O’Donnel. This is the same road that goes towards the Capas National Shrine and the Spa Town and the place where you rent 4x4 vehicles which will lead you to the trek to Mt. Pinatubo.

This year, we will be holding another four-day, three-night summer youth camp at the camp site in Tarlac and the theme this year is “Real Steel: Unchangeable, Unshakable, Unstoppable”. The camp dates are April 17-20, 2012 and we are targeting 1,200 participants from Antipolo City, Pasig City, Quezon City, Makati City and other provinces in Luzon.