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Living the Word of God 

(Luke 11:27-28)

While Jesus was speaking, a woman from the crowd called out and said to him, “Blessed is the womb that carried you
and the breasts at which you nursed.” He replied, “Rather, blessed are those who hear the word of God and observe it.”
Our Lord must have been so proud about such complimentary remarks in reference to his mother, Mary of Nazareth. Surely, all people would agree that Mary was blessed to bore a son who was and is the Word of God made flesh and dwelt among us. But Jesus told the woman that more blessed are those who hears the Word and live it in their lives.
“I am the handmaid of the Lord. Let it be done to me according to your word”.  Mary was the best example of being the perfect woman who willingly said yes to the Word. She was with her by the cross and until his resurrection. Because she surrendered everything to God’s will, she was called blessed of all women throughout generations. 
Like Mary, we too are called to live our lives totally surrendering ourselves to the Word of God and according to our Divine Parent’s will. But none of us today can be as perfect as Mary was in her time. We need to be guided by God’s Word through the people speaking to us daily. We just need the wisdom to discern God’s gentle nudge and promptings in the events of our lives and in the company of our friends. But God’s word can be a double edge sword. 
There are times when the word makes a person comfortable and some people only wanted to hear what they want to hear and do away with the things they don’t want to hear.  But in living the word of God, the Word  helps us re-direct our lives and challenge us to be better servants to others. It calls us to constantly make course corrections, some bigger than others. By living the word, we constantly make adjustments and amendments of our mistakes that we may not be driven off course from the righteous path based on the living and active word of God.
If we do not allow the word of God to challenge us to make minor course corrections, we will gradually wander off the path. We can react to God's word in one of two ways. We can be as a cold, hard brick, unyielding. Or we can be as clay in the hands of the master potter, and let him mold us.

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God Loves You As You Are

The most beautiful word in the Gospel of Jesus Christ is "Whosoever". All of God's promises are intended for every human being.  This includes gay men and lesbians. How tragic it is that the Christian Church has excluded and persecuted people who are homosexuals.

We are all created with powerful needs for personal relationships.  Our quality of life depends upon the love we share with others, whether family or friends, partners or peers. Yet lesbians and gay men facing hostility in society are often denied access to healthy relationships. Jesus Christ calls us to find ultimate meaning in life through a personal relationship with our creator. This important spiritual union can bring healing and strength to all of our human relationships.

We firmly believe that God's love for all people is universal and unconditional.

"For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son, so whosoever believes in Him will not perish but have everlasting life" (John 3:16)

Now, more and more Christian churches and denominations are begining to open up their doors to welcome all.  MCC Metro Baguio embraces everyone who believes that  love binds us all to God who loves us the way He created us. Experience spirituality that celebrates your sexuality and holy identity without fear of discrimination and condemnation. Come as you are. Join the community of believers and proclaim to all that God LOVES us the way we are!





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