We aim to reach out to the “NextGen” for Jesus Christ. From them, through the power of the Holy Spirit, raise a new generation of Kingdom Believers who, event at a young age, are passionate about Jesus and the gospel.
We want to seed on the lives of these young people by nurturing in them a lifestyle of being in the presence of Jesus as they become equipped to do God’s work in building up Christ’s church for the fulfillment of the Great Commission.
Jesus HUGS Olivarez College
April 3, 2019
Daisy is humbled to be invited Dr. Al Bandong to speak in the “40th Elementary Education and the 2nd Senior High School Commencement Exercises” at Olivarez College. There were more than a thousand attendees including students, teachers, parents and families who are rejoicing this momentous occasion.
Daisy was given a vision of a soaring eagle. Jesus lovingly gave revelations on what can be biblically gleaned out from the life of an eagle so we can live victoriously in Jesus.
“Even youths grow tired and weary, and young men stumble and fall; but those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.” ( Isaiah 40:30-31 )
When storm clouds gather, an eagle gets excited and not cower. Using the storm winds to lift itself higher, far above the clouds. Knowing who we are in Jesus, we are able to rise above the storms of life to greater heights of faith from glory to glory for our security and confidence are founded on Jesus alone. By His grace, we can soar higher above the cares, trials and trivial pursuits of life.
Jesus HUGS Hopewell Integrated School
March 20, 2019
We attended the “Hopewell Games” where Daisy and Josiah both acted as judges in the cheering competition event for children with special needs.
Grateful to Jesus how He opened doors by which, all members of the family are able to serve in the ministry. Josiah, our youngest evangelist and missionary, became an inspiration to the parents of the children with special needs, seeing his miraculous healing against autism. Such healing was evidenced by his ability to co-judge and co-minister on this momentous event.
On a personal note, Josiah, realized how life changing his gift of healing really was. As he saw children with special needs perform with their parents, caregivers and guardians, his eyes widened in wonder. He kept asking me why they acted that way and I explained that he too was once autistic just like some of them but was supernaturally healed and freed! Josiah sat quietly and enjoyed all their performances genuinely with a compassionate heart.
Blessed by how the children gave their best in their performances. Truth be told, children with special needs do not suffer with a need to please others. I praise Jesus because though they may for a while appear limited, but in God’s Divine appointed time, I decreee and declare they too will become healed in Jesus’ Name.
Our little missionary publicly testified and proclaimed how he was healed. His testimony gave them the faith to hope and believe for a miracle too.
We are thankful for everything. Nothing is too small, too big, or too trivial. In all things, we give thanks to the Lord.
Indeed, when we get called by Jesus Christ, we get called as a family.
“As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.”
Jesus HUGS Mapua Institute
September 20, 2018
Daisy was blessed to be invited by the Chief Entrepreneurs Organization (CEO) of Mapua University Makati to speak about “Time Management” the biblical way to amazing young people in the campus last September 20, 2018.
The greatest common mistake we all make is thinking we have “time.”
Time is a “gift from God” where no one knows what a day or tomorrow brings. We don’t know when our time on earth ends. It is “constant and unchanging.” Like death, it is that one thing in life that puts everyone on equal footing. It does not look at age, gender or status. It simply goes on and on with or without us.
Ultimately, what we put and eliminate in our list of to do lists within a day is a “choice.”
When we live with an eternal perspective about time, we will learn to use it wisely doing God’s will as we lay treasures in heaven. So, instead of stressing out “doing more things,” start “doing things for Jesus!” Instead of burning yourself out “doing things faster,” focus on “doing things for others.”
Jesus HUGS MCL
July 12, 2018
Daisy had the privilege to speak about “Handling Students with Diverse Needs” at Malayan Colleges Laguna.
On a personal note, it was extra special because her eldest son Joshua assisted her in the event. Through the anointing and empowerment of the Holy Spirit, Joshua saw how sharing the powerful testimony of Josiah’s complete healing from autism was being used mightily to inspire and touch people to believe that miracles happen when we put our trust and faith in God.
Blessed with how open hearted the awesome 80 faculty members of MCL were in joining HUGS Minisries in our cause to spread awareness about autism and how much kindness, love, patience and acceptance can be so critical in their transformational improvement. By God’s grace, hopefully, even full recovery of their students with diverse needs.
Jesus HUGS San Beda
April 23, 2018
Daisy was invited to share her wisdom to the graduating students of the Human Resource Development of San Beda University during their Student Conference at Hive Hotel & Convention.
“Anyone who wants to be first must be the very last and the servant of all.” Jesus is the best leader who exemplified “servant leadership.” From His life, we can learn that:
1. A servant leader seeks the glory of the Master. Like Jesus, as believers we are a bondservant of Jesus Christ. Our identity is not anchored on public approval, fame, position or financial security but in God alone.
2. A servant leader sacrificially seeks the highest joy of serving others. Jesus being the Son of God did not come to be served but to serve and give His life for us. Why would we be any different than Jesus?
3. A servant leader expectantly and graciously accepts the time for decrease.
Jesus HUGS PUP
March 2, 2018
Daisy had the privilege to speak at PUP’s Career Map Seminar, with about 300 students, to talk about “Journey Towards a Successful Career.”
As a mouthpiece for the Lord, it was imperative to listen to what message the Lord wanted to impart to the hearts of these graduating students, as they venture on a new chapter of life and take a step towards the corporate workplace. To impart on them biblical principles that help rise above situations in life.