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WHO IS BROTHER EDDIE C. VILLANUEVA? WHAT DOES HE STAND FOR? “The Bagong Pilipinas, Bagong Pilipino Movement Platform”


Brother Eddie C. Villanueva is one of the nation’s leading church leaders who has touched the lives of many Filipinos here and abroad as Spiritual Director and President of Jesus Is Lord (JIL) Church and Chairman of the nation-wide Philippines for Jesus Movement (PJM).

Beyond spiritual commitments

But Bro. Eddie is beyond his spiritual preoccupations.

Apart from being a deeply spiritual man with strong moral convictions and high ethical principles, he is most of all a Filipino who loves his country and his people and a man who is committed to leading the transformation of the Philippines into a prosperous and respectable nation through the Bagong Pilipinas, Bagong Pilipino Movement which he also heads.

Bro. Eddie believes that pursuing nation transformation is a logical extension of his spiritual crusades. He is Chancellor of Jesus Is Lord Colleges Foundation (JILCF), Inc. He is a member of the Board of Trustees of International Bible Society-Philippines. Apart from these, he is the Chairman of the International Christian Solidarity on Religious Freedom, a global coalition of Christian churches fighting for religious equality and freedom for all nations of the world. He is also Vice-Chairman of the Executive Council of Christ for Asia (formerly Charismatic Fellowship of Asia, CFA) based in Bangkok, Thailand.

It is clear that Bro. Eddie, while pursuing his spiritual mandate has succeeded in shifting his focus to the affairs of the nation particularly on moral and ethical aspects. He has a national view and perspective.

Multimedia practitioner

Recognizing the value of media to reach out and spread the Word and help transform the nation, Bro. Eddie serves as the President and Chairman of ZOE Broadcasting Network, the franchise holder and licensee to operate VHF Channel 11 and UHF Channel 33. He also hosts the TV show, “Jesus the Healer”, aired over ZOE TV 11/ GMA 7, and “Diyos at Bayan”, also over ZOE TV 11/ GMA 7. He likewise hosts a radio program, “Tinig sa Itaas”, over DZJV 1458 based in Calamba, Laguna.

Bro. Eddie also leverages on the power of the print media. He writes a column for Abante and Abante-Tonite tabloids and for monthly publications in Hong Kong and Taiwan. He is the author of two books, “Find It! Straight From The Word” and “Surest Covenant”, and contributed articles to two books, “Legacy”, published by Church Strengthening Ministries and “This Is My Story”, published by Cityland Foundation, Inc.

Academic achiever

Bro. Eddie’s national involvement extends also to the academe. He is the longest-sitting member of the Board of Regents of the Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP). Previous to this appointment, he was a faculty member of the Department of Economics and Finance of the Philippine College of Commerce (now PUP) from 1969 to 1972. Therefore he knows the intricacies of the Philippine economy. He also knows the dynamicss of business and trade beyond his academic exposure. He himself also engaged in business. He was General Manager of Agape Trading Company in 1976-1977. He was also Export Manager of Maran Export Industries in 1973-1975.

In recognition of his achievements, Bro. Eddie has been the recipient of various international and local honors and citations. He holds a Doctorate Degree in Divinity from Promise Christian University in Los Angeles, California (2008). He has also received various honorary degrees: Doctor of Education Management from the Polytechnic University of the Philippines (2003); Doctor of Philosophy in Humanities from Bulacan State University (2003); Doctor of Divinity from Christian International (CI) based in Sta. Rosa Beach, Florida (1997); Doctor of Divinity from Vision Christian College in Romana, California (1995); Doctor of Divinity from Thailand Bible Seminary (1994).

Bro. Eddie was voted worldwide as “Pastor of the Year” in 1988 by Dr. George Otis’ High Adventure Ministries. He was Ordained Minister of the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ (1979) by Dr. Michael Mckinney of the Victory in Christ Church and International Ministries based in California.

Recipient of various citations

Aside from these, he was also given the “EDSA People Power Freedom Award” for ZOE TV 11 as the only TV Station consistent in standing for Truth, Justice, and Righteousness during People Power 2 (2001) and the “Gintong Ama” (Golden Father) Award from the Golden Mother and Father Foundation (1996).

Bro. Eddie has also completed various special studies: Integrated Bible Course, Harvestime International Institute (1987-1988); Morris Cerullo School of Evangelism, Philippine International Convention Center (1984); Special Studies, Rhema Correspondence Bible Training Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma, (1983); Basic and Advanced Bible Courses under Dr. E.W. Kenyon (1979-1980); Complete Bible Course, Daoud Correspondence School (1978); 14th Managers’ Course, University of the Philippines-ISSI (1977); Dr. Billy Graham School of Evangelism, Philippine International Convention Center (1977); Regular and Advanced Speech Courses, Speech Training Center (1970).

Humble but illustrious beginning

What was the basic educational background of Bro. Eddie? Bro. Eddie completed tertiary education at the Philippine College of Commerce (PCC), now PUP, where he was a student leader and consistent academic scholar. He obtained his Bachelor of Science in Commerce, major in Economics and minor in Finance, in 1969. He was adjudged PCC’s “Best Debater of the Year” (SY 1967-1968).

Bro. Eddie was born on October 6, 1946 in Bocaue, Bulacan to parents Joaquin T. Villanueva and Maria Cruz Villanueva, both now deceased. The elder Villanueva was a former Olympic sprinter who represented the Philippines in the Far Eastern Games for four consecutive years in the 1920s.

He was immersed in both student and labor movements in the 1970’s. He joined the progressive segments of society which opposed military dictatorship. He fought local landgrabbers in Bulacan. He was jailed for his political beliefs and participation in various mass actions.

Bro. Eddie is married to Adoracion Jose Villanueva, who holds a Doctorate in Theology from Promise Christian University in Los Angeles, California, USA. She is currently Executive Director of Jesus Is Lord Church Worldwide and President/Director of Jesus Is Lord Colleges Foundation, Inc.

The Villanuevas have four children, all achievers in their own right. Eduardo “Jon-Jon” J. Villanueva Jr., 37, the incumbent Mayor of Bocaue, Bulacan, holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Administration and Governance from the Polytechnic University of the Philippines. Emmanuel Joel J. Villanueva, 34, a third-term Member, House of Representatives, Citizens’ Battle Against Corruption (CIBAC) Party-list, graduated with a Master’s Degree in Business Management from Harvard University, Massachusetts, USA and holds a degree in Bachelor of Science in Commerce major in Economics from the University of Santo Tomas (UST). Eleanor “Joni” Villanueva-Tugna, 32, is currently Vice President for Programming of ZOE TV-11 and Director for Administration of Jesus Is Lord Church Worldwide, holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Ateneo de Manila and a Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communication, cum laude, from the University of the Philippines in Diliman. Edelisha “Jovi” J. Villanueva, 26, is a Youth Advocate and Educator and graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Secondary Education, Major in Social Science, from the Philippine Normal University (PNU).

The Bagong Pilipinas, Bagong Pilipino Movement Platform

Our vision and our hope

We are Filipinos who believe in God and in the Philippines, that it is capable of transforming itself into a productive, prosperous and respectable nation.

We stand for good governance, and good governance can be achieved only when like-minded Filipinos bind themselves together and provide a moral force to bring this about.

We support a Filipino economy that is built on a highly-educated, creative and productive citizenry; one that is driven by sustainable growth for at least 100 years and beyond with optimum investment in infrastructure as well as in modern technology for agriculture, industry and services; one that aims to strengthen and depend on domestic demand while completely taking advantage of what the rest of the world can offer; and one where families can enjoy to the fullest the fruits of their labor right in their own land.

We aspire for a Filipino society that promotes justice for all regardless of their status in life; one where all Filipinos can live in peace and harmony; and one where our integrity and sovereignty as a nation are meaningful because Filipinos are aware and proud of their cultural heritage and they are supported by strong air, land and sea defenses.

Our roadmap to Bagong Pilipinas, Bagong Pilipino

While attaining our vision for a Bagong Pilipinas, Bagong Pilipino or New Philippines, New Filipino will be a long road, we shall persevere in definite stages until we all share in the common hope and say the common prayer that we are making and shall continue to make good progress. Succeeding generations of leaders will have to build on those achievements so that there shall be cumulative growth and development as we aspire to catch up with and finally overtake our Asian neighbors in 24 years.

Our priorities and our commitment

The road to Bagong Pilipinas, Bagong Pilipino is a long, arduous one. There is therefore a need to prioritize if only to show to our people and convince them that we can do it. We have what it takes to be a world-class nation. We need to break the spirit of indifference and skepticism among our people.

In the first six years, we seek to achieve the following goals, the Seven E’s:

To empower the people, we shall first ensure the integrity of the new automated voting system by subjecting it to various third party audit and stress tests. This will convince the people that the election mechanism can serve the interests of the people in achieving change through the electoral system instead of staging new forms of public protests. Second, press freedom and academic freedom shall be more strongly upheld by executive commitment and legislative support through appropriate laws. Third, there shall be dedicated desks in each public agency to immediately address the complaints of the general public. The Presidency shall monitor and ensure quick action on these complaints.

To emancipate the people, first, a quick judicial review shall be conducted of all outstanding cases pending in the regional trial court, appellate court, Ombudsman, Sandiganbayan and the Supreme Court complete with accountability check. There shall be appropriate sanctions against those found to be negligent, corrupt and incompetent. New cases shall be required to be resolved within reasonable period of time. If necessary, dedicated and special courts of law shall be established. High- caliber public lawyers shall continue to be provided to level the legal playing field. This is all about fairness and justice. Second, and in the latter part, there shall be learning campaigns about the country’s rich cultural heritage while efforts shall be undertaken to achieve cultural revival for the full blossoming of Filipino creativity to help the people realize that indeed they can be proud of their heritage then and now, rather than be ashamed of what we have become. This is all about delivering the minds and spirits of the Filipinos.

To educate the people, we shall do a quick multisectoral, multidisciplinary stock-taking to overhaul the existing educational program in the Philippines starting with first, the curriculum in all levels with emphasis on the sciences and engineering, mathematics and computer sciences as well as English and literature. Second, there shall also be a comprehensive review of all textbooks and other school materials to ensure the world-class quality of Philippine education. Third, there shall be quick and across-the-board adjustment of salaries of all teaching personnel to ensure a corps of dedicated, highly skilled and well-paid educators. Fourth, there shall be a quick review of all existing learning centers to ensure that only quality schools and colleges are allowed to operate. Fifth, a feeding program shall be installed immediately starting with depressed communities and provinces to spread throughout the archipelago to ensure the proper frame of mind and body of the students. In the latter part, two projects are in the pipeline: public libraries in all cities and municipalities shall be built and continuing education and training shall also be conducted for the senior citizens and those who are intellectually and physically challenged.

To energize the economy, a comprehensive 24-year program of economic miracle shall be prepared, leveraging on the existing programs and vision of the Government with a great difference: there shall be greater role for Government to direct the priorities of investment and provision of infrastructures to priority areas and sectors to achieve one overriding goal: to see a New Philippines overtaking its neighbors in 24 years or even earlier. First, massive infrastructure projects shall be implemented to ensure more than adequate road facilities, cheaper power, better utilities and communications. We shall build an integrated transportation system that will link air travel and sea travel to railways and road systems for convenience, safety and economy of the riding public. Research and development shall be harnessed to bring about modern and environment-friendly technology to multiply the efficiency and productivity of sunrise segments of agriculture, industry and services and all their ancillary industries. Second, and to ensure resources are available for these massive undertakings, there shall be a rethinking of fiscal policy: regressive taxation shall give way to progressive, simplified taxation to achieve higher tax collection and contribute to income redistribution. If necessary, new taxes shall be passed while existing taxes especially on financial transactions that stifle rather than encourage economic growth shall either be reduced or abolished. Effective tax mapping of all establishments and households shall be conducted to increase the tax base even while the system is being streamlined. Fiscal incentives to industries shall also be rationalized in favor of the provision of better facilities, services and infrastructures. Quality and directed expenditure shall be ensured. Third, we support a truly independent central monetary authority to ensure low and stable prices while the financial system remains safe and sound. The BSP shall be allowed to float its bonds for monetary stabilization. Its capitalization shall be fully paid and if necessary, increased. Sufficient protection shall be afforded by law to central bank staff and officers to safeguard their independence in the performance of their duties. Fourth, given the increasing need for more lands, the current agrarian reform shall be reassessed and recalibrated as necessary to adapt it to modern agriculture. Illegal occupancy of public lands shall give way to important public projects particularly in industrial and commercial zones. Illegal occupants shall be relocated in new communities where employment opportunities shall also be secured. Legal obstructions like right-of-way, temporary restraining orders by the courts, and so on shall be appropriately dealt with to ensure quick resolution of cases and realization of both domestic and foreign investments.

To elevate the living standards of the people, the manifesto of a common man shall be heeded: the State shall promote an environment where job and business opportunities will make it possible for every Filipino to have: (1) decent and affordable housing by rationalizing all government agencies involved in housing, leveraging on the resources of the GSIS and SSS or a new provident fund system with stronger terms of reference; (2) clean and safe water, electric connection and communication facilities by requiring current water, electric and telecom concessionaires to devise a consolidated system to benefit from economies of scale; (3) decent and affordable medical care by overhauling public hospitals and clinics and providing them with sufficient personnel and logistical support; (4) well- built and well-lighted streets, public parks and playgrounds through effective coordination between the local and the national governments especially in the efficient use of the internal revenue allotment; (5) reliable and secure post office facilities by overhauling the current system and increasing the pay scales of post office personnel; (6) regular garbage collection by institutionalizing performance review of all contractors and sub-contractors; and (7) adequate police protection by overhauling the PNP. Within six years, with ample resources from robust tax collection and a conscientisized bureaucracy, we want to improve on the old Philippines where public services worked and were highly-prized and Filipinos would never trade staying in the Philippines with living in other countries. Overseas employment is no longer a necessity but will be reduced to a simple choice.

To eradicate bad governance, we shall, first, encourage a covenant to be signed by the President, the Senate President and the Speaker of the House as well as the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court that they reiterate their oaths of office and their commitment to carry out their respective mandates to achieve good governance, free of corruption in all agencies of Government under their jurisdictions. This is possible because with a robust economy yielding higher public revenues, salaries of all public personnel shall be increased to reduce their vulnerability to corruption. At the same time, performance review shall be institutionalized as basis for higher rewards for good public servants and severe penalties for the inept and the corrupt. And second, we shall establish greater transparency and clear-cut mechanisms for reporting and prosecuting cases of graft and corruption to achieve zero-tolerance for corruption among those in government and even in the private sector.

To establish peace in the land, first, the full force of Government shall be used to bring the Mindanao peace process to a fruitful resolution without compromising the integrity and sovereignty of the Philippine Republic; second, we shall invite the rebel forces to the negotiating table to impress upon them that under a new, prosperous and honest dispensation, all their causes shall be addressed under the umbrella of one Republic of the Philippines; third, while we speak softly, we shall carry a big stick by strengthening our land, air and sea defenses with modern equipment and weaponry as well as by providing high-level training for a leaner but meaner military force; and fourth, we shall strengthen our ties with both regional and global allies to more effectively address issues and concerns that transcend national boundaries and in the process establish the credibility and leadership of the Philippines.





  1. Jon
    September 23, 2009 at 9:05 am

    This was a very informative article. I’m glad to have stumbled upon it. I hope you keep them coming. It’s always nice when people take their time to contribute information such as this.

    • AYA
      December 3, 2009 at 7:01 pm

      iam looking for the political platform of eddie villanueva in Tagalog or Cebuano. I am also interested to know his stand on the population explosion of the philippines whether he supports the reproductive health bill. I was looking at Gibo, but he and his wife had withdrawn their support for the said bill.
      Any info will be greatly appreciated. Thanks

  2. celso manlapaz
    September 23, 2009 at 9:55 pm

    oh please lets not waste our votes on villanueva. talunan na to dati.

    • September 23, 2009 at 10:39 pm

      Whether he wins or loses, i’m still going to give my precious vote to the one whom i believe in. Whats important is, that I agree with his good principles and the conviction to end the corruption in the government. We need someone who can bring a total change to present norms of politics. There is always a silent majority, which i hope will assess wisely, before their final decision, the future of our children after all is the one at stake here, and that i believe is not waste of vote.

      • Lawrence Isleta
        November 21, 2009 at 3:25 pm

        I am for Bro. Eddie Villanueva. Eventhough, he is currently at the bottom of surveys, I will still support GOD’s warrior to be president. To those for Bro. Eddie, how can we help to boost his popularity to people.

    • ryca
      September 28, 2009 at 9:01 pm

      Ang kulet? Iboboto natin yung capable to win lang and not capable to run a government?

      Anung klaseng pananaw yan?

      • Ed
        February 20, 2010 at 3:09 pm

        Kung ang katwiran mo kaya di mo sya iboboto ay di sya mananalo? Mali ka! What if you’re father run too, definitely you’re going to vote your father’s opponent because of that mentality… Panahon na mga kaibigan! Iboto mo ang mag ahon sa ating bayan.
        Eddie Tayo!

    • cheb
      September 30, 2009 at 1:00 am

      do you know Abraham Lincoln?…..he runs for presidency many times but he never loses his hope to win for the position…nothing is wrong if Bro. Eddie Villanueva will run again for the second time around, if you have that convictions coming from within you especially from God then don’t doubt. That is Bro. Eddie Villanueva, who believes in God faithfully. With God nothing is impossible.

    • janet
      November 19, 2009 at 11:02 am

      Bro. Eddie Villanueva will surely win in this election. We believe it by faith that every prayers of the armies of God and the cries of all Pilipino people had already been answered. THANK YOU LORD and GLORY TO THE LIVING GOD!

    • annalyn villadares
      January 14, 2010 at 8:34 am

      hey mr. wise guy, cno b ang nanalo last election? yun bang nagsabi ng “hello garci”? and “im sorry”? nkakatawa nman, buong bayan alam na peke at dinaya yung resulta ng nkaraang eleksyon, pero ikaw, ang alam mo eh totoo and honest yung election results?

      kung skali mang talo nga si bro. eddie, ibig bang sbihin dpat wag n iboto? kelangan po yata ntin magbasa ng libro ptungkol s mga great leaders who made history…kilala nyo po b c Abraham Lincoln? Kung hindi, ok lang, pero ikaw, plagi k bng pnalo sa lhat ng areas ng buhay mo? never k bang nbigo? kung nbigo k n, dpat pla wala n ring mniwala sayo! kaiyak nman!

  3. September 24, 2009 at 12:46 am

    Para sa akin wala yan kung talunan o hindi ang kandidato… the bottomline are 1. what are his platforms?, 2. based on his background can he put this into reality, and 3. is it a meaningful and lasting change?

    Thanks for posting this very informative article because by platforms can we only see the reason why we are voting for a candidate.

    Nick Perlas will also be sharing his platforms here and in fact the first part is already posted at https://2010presidentiables.wordpress.com/2009/09/23/nicanor-nick-perlas-on-jobs-and-the-economy/

  4. shirley reyes
    September 24, 2009 at 7:50 am

    villanueva is being talked about only in this blog, he is not getting anything outside of this blog. it is a hopeless candidacy.

    • milyonaryo
      December 7, 2009 at 10:59 pm

      how come he is being talked about @ mannypacquiao.ph?

      know your facts kid.

  5. September 24, 2009 at 9:43 am

    Are you sure about that? I am sure that Eddie Villanueva also has supporters which believes in him because of his capacity and integrity.

    It would be in fact great if Perlas and Villanueva will join forces to really give our country the best choice.

  6. VhiNz
    September 25, 2009 at 4:37 pm

    kasi nga hindi papansin si Villanueva sa mga media.

    Hindi tulad ng iba na araw araw na umeeksena sa media parang pinapabango ang pangalan.

    • cheb
      September 30, 2009 at 1:02 am

      true!!!! Hindi nya kelangan ng super -epal para mapansin…..in God’s time na lang yun.

  7. mhel
    September 25, 2009 at 7:35 pm

    Go for Bro. Eddie He has the Competence, Integrity and Courage. That this world is too poor to by his principle.

  8. mhel
    September 25, 2009 at 8:05 pm

    100% all out support for Bro.Eddie He has 3 C’s first, Competence: good vision & wisdom 2nd Character; he has the integrity, honesty, sincerity, 3rd Courage; matapang may sariling paninindigan,hindi kayang diktahan na kung sinu-sino.at may prinsipyo na hindi kayang bilhin. For GOOD Governance ! Bro.Eddie is the one.

  9. September 27, 2009 at 5:10 pm

    i read the same article sa facebook.

  10. fred
    October 7, 2009 at 9:49 pm

    Ako ay para sa Pagbabago! AKO at ang PAMILYA KO ay Kay Bro. EDDIE

  11. rmarq24
    October 10, 2009 at 8:27 pm

    we believe whoever win for 2010 may election is a God
    chosen one,that he may served our ailing country with the best of his capabilities as God fearing leader,and
    if kuya edie villanueva will be our next president that is his destiny,nobody can question it…we must support all of them to help our poor country.

  12. November 6, 2009 at 5:45 pm

    We cannot pleased any human being or people. But one thing that we should realized the leadership of the highest post in the country “Incoming President”. It should be a GOD fearing leader, proven leadrship, strong principle, with hard experience in Political, Economic, Judiciary and Spiritual. GOD call him to face the challenge for “Philippines Transfomation”, no other than, Bro. Edie Villanueva. The principle of Socialized Wealth, Democratize Power is in his character. We humbly ask your support for Bro. Edie Presidency! Be wise! choose the “RIGHTEOUS LEADER” in the Philippines! BRO. EDIE VILLANUEVA for President! and JOJO BINAY for Vice President!

  13. cyianite
    November 16, 2009 at 9:31 pm

    hoyyyy.. kahit ilang bese mo pa I-DELETE to.. tanggapin mo ang katotohanan…

    Kung gusto mo ng PAGBABAGO… mahalin mo ang BANSA mo…
    Igalang mo DIWA ng bawat tao .. di yung sariling PANINIWALA nyo lang.. lalong gugulo ang BANSA kung pagpipilitan nyo ang PANINIWALA nyo…

  14. Vhinz
    November 16, 2009 at 10:43 pm

    Whats wrong with there paniniwala??

    Mali ba ang paniniwala nila na itigil ang masamang gobyerno???

  15. janet
    November 17, 2009 at 2:37 pm

    I am truly joyful to read the great and inspiring platform of Bro. Eddie Villanueva. I believe it shall come to pass because the fate of this nation is to be one of the most prosperous country in the world. Thank you LORD! Also to Bro.EDDIE who took the courage to stand for the sake of our suffering nation. Thank you to all my countrymen who supported the great cause of our country. Let us put our HOPE and TRUST in the LORD for in due time HE WILL ANSWER THE PRAYERS OF HIS PEOPLE.

  16. YAJ
    November 17, 2009 at 9:57 pm


  17. Vhinz
    November 18, 2009 at 11:28 am

    bulag nga kasi ang mga pinoy…

    Harap harapan na nga nangungurakot (specifically noynoy)
    tapos mag dedeny pa..

    wag niyo sayangin boto niyo kay Noynoy..

    binubulag din nila kayo sa advertisement..

  18. joe c
    November 25, 2009 at 2:22 pm

    I will go for bro. Eddie
    the country need a break from the cycle of corruption, injustice etc.

  19. khate
    December 6, 2009 at 6:27 pm

    hindi talunan si Bro. Eddie nung 2004 election. We all know na nadaya ang 2004 election. It was proven by “Hello Garci” tapes and the confession of PGMA “I am sorry!”

    i will still VOTE for BRO. EDDIE.

  20. celine
    December 6, 2009 at 6:53 pm

    villanueva was so far down in votes that no one bothered to cheat on his votes. the cheating only happened with the leaders, not the laggards. asa pa!

    • poohbear
      December 7, 2009 at 12:14 am

      really? how can you be so sure na ganun nga nangyari? tag-comelec ka ba? or were you at the forefront? (^.^V) *peace* hehe 🙂

  21. January 15, 2010 at 12:08 am

    annalyn villadares :

    hello mr. wawam?!
    im sorry but im not in any way spamming your post. check your eyes.

    you placed that post at least 5 times in different discussions. they are no longer there because i deleted them except this one.

    since you have been spamming this blog and you are even denying it, this is a last warning to you, spam this blog one more time and you will be banned from posting comments in this blog.

    • Champ
      January 15, 2010 at 5:19 am

      A little bit excited lang siguro si anna.

  22. Allan
    January 15, 2010 at 2:18 pm

    ano ba kayo..kelangan nga ng Pilipinas ng Righteous Leader para matupad ang pangako ng Panginoon para sa ating bayan..ang hirap kasi sa ating mga kristiyano wala tayong pag kakaisa di na lang tayo sumunod sa ni le lead ng holy spirit..buti pa ang ibang muslim kahit alam nila na Kristyanoi si Bro Eddie may faith sila na sya ang gagamitin nag Panginoon para sa pag babago..

  23. bro.rico garais
    February 8, 2010 at 9:14 am

    sa lahat ng mananampalataya,mga kapatid alam natin ang katotohan at dapat nating gawin ang tama.sama-sama tayo para sa tunay na pagbabago ng ating bansa.magkaisa tayo para sa kinabukasan ng lahat.support bro.eddie sa tunay na pagbabago.mabuhy ang sa sambayanang pilipino.GOD BLESS YOU all…………

  24. Ed
    February 20, 2010 at 3:11 pm

    Sa mga me katwiran na ganito “kaya di mo sya iboboto ay di sya mananalo? Mali ka! ” What if you’re father run too, definitely you’re going to vote your father’s opponent because of that mentality… Panahon na mga kaibigan! Iboto mo ang mag ahon sa ating bayan.
    Eddie Tayo!

  25. janet
    February 20, 2010 at 9:22 pm


  26. jho
    March 1, 2010 at 3:13 pm

    mas mbuti mging president ang hindi ganung kilalang tao

  27. March 12, 2010 at 5:59 pm

    “Until godly Filipino “olives, figs and vines” are willing to give up something in order to run for elected office, we will be stuck with worthless “bramble” bushes as leaders. “-smurrell


  28. amiel
    April 7, 2010 at 11:38 pm

    nakakatakot kaya ang ginagawa ni mr. villanueva – para lang makakuha ng votes, he is compromising the essentials of the christian evangelical faith by praising and even agreeing with doctrinal concerns ng mga proclaimed heretics and cults. brother na siya ng lahat! James 4:4, “… do you not know that friendship with the world is hostility toward God? Therefore whoever wishes to be a friend of the world makes himself an enemy of God.” Yes, Christianity is not elitism but being identified with groups that defile the Trinity and the work of Christ is clearly being out of the Christian faith, clearly out of the will of God as seen in the Bible. ang hirap kasi, church leader sya. had he not been carrying the Name of the Lord Jesus Christ, wala sigurong problema. everyone can comment and argue with me but i’ve stated my point and for those who are putting GOD FIRST, not familial inclinations, not church groups, not comfort in this passing life, and even not human logic (Isa 55:8; Pro 3:5) let this election, as every small decision in this life is, a test of our faith–vote according to your faith and see if you have faith in this life, in “righteous” people, or mustn’t we have faith in God and God alone?

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