this is what world is looking for. Every aspect of life, theology and faith are put into order because of relevance. As the world passes by, knowledge is being wired from paper to internet. Here are some relevant sites that may just help you.
The church at the heart of Ortigas Center, a church that knows how to love, cares for His people and shares how to KNOW CHRIST AND MAKE HIM KNOWN. Follow us as we discover God through worship and His truth.
Ikthus Bacólod, formally named Baptist Conference Church of Bacólod, is a worshipful community of believers who are impassioned in committing their lives to the service of God and His Great Commission.
This is the church of ministry of Pastor John Piper, a world-renowned Reformed theologian and speaker. Their website, DesiringGod.org helps us put into perspective the Sovereignty and Might Grace of God.
This is a best example of a seminary that puts into relevance every aspect of Christian life including faith, doctrine and belief that defines or affects every believer in Christ.
While other universities churn out graduates of specific-only fields, University of Asia and the Pacific teaches not just the knowledge to become what you are in your chosen career but living life itself.
This company aims to prove that sugar is still a sunrise industry, as long as the focus is on the healthy form of cane sugar, muscovado. Their DOST model plant in Pamplona, Negros Oriental showcase the prime production of this so-called new sunshine industry of sugar.
Know the man behind the mission of bringing quality eye services to the kasimanwas in Negros, Dr. Miguel S. Sarabia. Sarabia Vision is not your typical corporate website for Dr. Sarabia is a blogger too. If you want to know more about eye-care in layman’s terms, check out the link.
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This website is an authoritative guide to the wonders and secrets of Negros Occidental (or in some sorts, Negros Oriental as well), the country’s sugar capital, the Sugarlandia. If you are planing to visit Negros Island, Ms. Glady Tomulto, the website’s owner offers tips for cheap, as well as quality Negrense treats.
This is the home of Negros Island prime organization of bloggers and guardians of Negrénse life, tourism, heritage and also, serious investment.
Want to travel and experience Negros from the eyes of a Negrénse? Follow Ms. Maricar Dabao as she guides you into the famous, as well as not so famous but important places in Negros Occidental. Did I also mention that she is a tour guide accredited by the Department of Tourism? Why not avail some of her tours?
Want to travel and see the world in the eyes of two interesting people? Join Mr. Jojo Vito, an entrepreneur and owner of Vito Crafts (known for his masks), and Mr. Anton Manso, a professional nurse, as they travel and have a good time. Follow their adventures and serious business at this website.
Interested in buying a house in the City of Bacólod? Why not consult the husband and wife tag team of Atty. Eli and Elena Gatanela for your housing needs. They have a wide selection of real estate items at hand that would be surely to your satisfaction. Experience Metro Bacólod lifestyle at home through BacolodRealty.com.
In Hiligaynon, we have the word “lagawan” to describe people who love to travel or just simply go around. Mr. Bernie Arelláno, an Ilonggo and Hispanophone, is best described by this Hiligaynon adjective. He loves to travel around the Philippines and dreams to travel Mexico in the future. Follow him as he blogs about his travel and adventures.
Catch the everyday adventures, as well as the latest in lifestyle scene and everything chic with Ej Bioneda. Why not catch a glimpse of her latest updates in life. You’ll surely love the touch of blush pink with this Negrénse blogger.
Follow The Food Scout Jillian Bantang as she savors the newest of culinary treats in Metropolitan Manila and anywhere else in the Philippines or overseas. Discover the usual and the not so usual good places to eat with absolutely 100% fun experience.
Talonggo is a blog administered by Lloyd Tronco, himself someone who grew in a Negrénse family of Ilonggo heritage and lived a big chunk of his life in Metropolitan Manila, hence Talonggo or Tagalog-Ilonggo. It is the first and only weblog dedicated to the Tagalog-Ilonggo.
A nurse by profession and viajero by passion, Jamie Baloyo shares to us worthy investments and places to visits. Jamie, or Sugar to some, is very much a proud Negrénse and loves everything about Negros. One of Jamie’s aspirations is to travel the world and write about the world’s least visited but wonderful places.
Bacolod’s finest and not so finest restaurants reviewed by your Bacoleño food enthusiasts. They will scour every nook and cranny, every corner, every street, from the slums to Lacson St, Araneta Avenue, Sum-ag to Bata, searching and never resting… no retreat, no surrender, no diet… to find that one dish, that restaurant.
What is a sugarcane nomad? A lover of travel, a passionate hungry soul, a dreamer, a doer…and most importantly, a nomad who calls Bacolod City, Philippines home, no matter where this nomad’s been!
We all need to change our behaviors as individuals, as countries and as a global community. We all contribute to global warming thus everyone needs to be part of the solution – embrace SUSTAINABILITY. This is to share with you on how to travel responsibly, go green, and establish eco ethos in one’s life and work!
The newest Negrénse fashion blogger around, Ina Ramos is 21 year-young 4th year Entrepreneurial Management student of DLSU, Swap Straps owner, The Delirious Mouvement brainchild. Her blog is testament to the original events and to the bright and limitless future.
It pays well to see the world with your own eyes and experiencing the culture. Travelwkly.com is blog covering traveling destination around the world
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