In an event held at the historic Metropolitan Theatre in Manila, last September 17, 2022, the Gawad Pilipino 2022 Icon Awards recognized Pastor Apollo C. Quiboloy’s invaluable contribution to nation-building.
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Last July 20, 2022, the National Academy of Security and Defense Planning (NASDP), Globe Eagle University (GEU), and the United Nations Intergovernmental Organizations (UN-IGO) conferred to Pastor Apollo C. Quiboloy three (3) honorary doctoral degrees as well as twelve (12) other awards and recognition for his initiatives, accomplishments, and efforts towards nation-building.
The story of the six (6) blind men is a representation of the different religions and denominations in the world today. Each one claims to be the only truth, but they are actually blind men leading the blind. In part, they are true, but as a whole, they are wrong.
For sons and daughters of the Father Almighty, there is more to the King Dome than meets the eye. It is the blood, sweat, tears, sacrifice, and uncompromising faith of the Father’s spiritual warriors — the faithful flock led by the Appointed Son. Our unparalleled unity is the shibboleth that sets us apart and distinct from the rest of the nations — always ready to lay down our lives for the greatest cause.
They were a small group of people — mostly mountain folk from a once unknown place called Tamayong, Davao City in the southern part of the Philippines — blessed and fortunate to witness the extraordinary event that took place on March 20, 1974.
“Gamiton ta ka” (or I will use you) — three (3) words in Cebuano that changed the course of Pastor Apollo Quiboloy’s life. There were just a handful of people – a few families, some younger ones who were single and alone. They were a ragtag group of mountain folk having one remarkable thing in common. They all witnessed the extraordinary event that took place on March 20, 1974.