October 2012: Playing Our Roles in Reaching the Nations

Welcome to the fourth issue of the Every Nation Building Phase 2 Newsletter!

Since 2003, the Every Nation Building has been the the headquarters of Every Nation Philippines’ missions efforts. Our passion is to take the gospel to the ends of the earth, and our building has served as training grounds and launching pad for future missionaries and church planters.

In the next few weeks, we will begin preliminary work on the Every Nation Building Phase 2. This newsletter details what we can expect in the first phase of development. We praise God for His provision and thank you for your faithful partnership with us as we break ground.

Speaking of faithful partnership, when I first heard Shane Posadas’ testimony, I was both encouraged and inspired, and I hope it affects you in a similar way. God truly honors the faith of His people, and we look forward to reporting similar stories as our building project progresses.

As we look forward to the completion of the Every Nation Building Phase 2 in 2014, please stand with us in prayer, referring to the prayer points in this newsletter. We appreciate your unwavering partnership; may God prosper you as we co-labor together for His glory.

Pastor Joey Bonifacio
Project Campaign Director


  • Groundbreaking Ceremony. Pray for good weather, high spirits, light traffic, and God’s hand over our groundbreaking ceremony.
  • Parking Alternatives. Pray for more parking alternatives as the groundbreaking date approaches. Believe God for patience and understanding across the church as we transfer to our temporary parking site.
  • The Building Team. Pray for wisdom, unity, clarity, and creativity for the members of the building team.
  • Partners. Pray for our partners’ continued provision, good health, and faithfulness to the vision of our building project.

Preliminary Building Work Starts This Month

In preparation for the construction of the Every Nation Building Phase 2, preliminary work begins on the project site on October 29. By November, boarding up will begin, and formal excavation starts in January 2013. Every Nation Building parking will no longer be available by then, so an alternative parking area at the corner of Lanes R and D, adjacent to 11th Avenue, has been reserved for Every Nation and Victory congregants, pastors, administrators, and staff. Click on the image to view the location of the alternative parking lot.


Every Nation Building Hosts Missionaries’ Graduation

Last October 3, the Every Nation Building played host to the graduation ceremony of the Every Nation Schools of Ministry’s School of World Missions. Twenty-eight graduates, including future cross-cultural missionaries assigned to nations all over the world, were feted in formal rites at the Assembly Hall.


“His Promise is Never Delayed”: A Story of Faith in God’s Provision

When general manager Shane Posadas decided to pledge to the Every Nation Building Phase 2 project, he did not expect to be forced into early retirement soon afterwards. Instead of abandoning his commitment, however, he decided to fulfill his pledge in full. Read about how God rewarded one man’s audacious faith with an equally stunning outpour of blessing.

Get a ‘Building Bank’ Coin Bank for Kids!

The Every Nation Building Bank is a coin bank that encourages kids to get involved in the building project in a creative and fun way. Kids who complete their building banks – Php1,000, tracked by coloring bricks into the bank – get their names up on the Every Nation Campus Virtual Wall or Every Nation Virtual Wall. For more information or to get your own Building Bank, please visit the Partner Relations Office on the ground floor of the Every Nation Building.



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