victory tagged posts


Name was derived from the word Pito (group seven) combined with Awesome. This all started during Last year’s Singles Getaway called Awestruck, where 11 amazing human beings were grouped together to participate, compete and supposedly win Awestruck’s Palar-awe (Palaro). Unfortunately we lost in the games, but we won each other’s hearts. Its amazing how we were able to maintain our friendship beyond Awestruck! I cant thank God enough for giving me these people.


Here’s a sneak peak of the members of Pitawesome. Folks that played a big part in my recovery from heart break. 🙂 Click link for the whole story.

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A Christian’s Road to Recovery

                Going through the ultimate heartbreak with my first ever boyfriend was harder than I thought. Click link for the whole story. As a kid, I told myself I will never cry over a boy. That I would move on after 2 days. Easier said than done, I know! And now that I’m living the moment, I therefore conclude, it’s not possible to move on in 2 days haha 🙂 Though it is possible to move on at a faster rate. Let me show you how.

Road to recovery

1) Hold on to your faith

                All throughout my heartbreak I only have one verse in mind. Isaiah 66:9 God said “I will not cause pain without allowing something new to be born.” I kept repeating this verse over and over and over again until the heart break is not as painful anymore...

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The first Victory Service

My journey as a Born Again Christian began when I decided to follow Jesus during my first victory service. January 2011, I will never forget. It was the very first time I attended victory service and finally I found HOME. I responded to Pastor Ariel’s altar call and my life changed ever since. Let me share my story with you.


My Hesitations:

My brother Christian, was the one who introduced us to Victory. Funny how I grew up in Festival mall but never even knew it existed. I was always in search for a spiritual community even as a kid so I was very excited to know we’ll finally attend church. Its been a long time since we attended one. When we got to the venue, I was culture shocked with everything in it. The venue looked so modern...

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