Ramon Manahan

Our planned meeting with Joel Villanueva did not push through. So, we had to make use of our free morning.

Engr. Cirilo Basalo met Chinese businessmen interested in mining in Surigao; Engr. Eder Bacus met with Tandag City Councilor Engr. Al Geli; Engr. Ruben Sumagang attended today’s session in their national convention; and I went to Ortigas to encash a check. We regrouped at Aloha Hotel for lunch.

God truly has his ways. He compensated our lost opportunity in meeting Joel Villanueva by blessing us with a lunch fellowship with Ramon Manahan, former president of FGBMFI Quezon City chapter. He works at the Bureau of Custom, which is often described as one of the most corrupt agencies of the government. How a Christian leader survives in this lion’s den, a graft-ridden office, is an interesting account of Ramon Manahan’s life story.

He will share this and other inspiring experiences with the Word of God when he visits Davao City on December 4, 2010 to speak at the Induction of our new officers.

Those interested to hear his life testimony, please join us in the dinner fellowship at Pinnacle Hotel.

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