We kicked off our 7 day prayer and fasting last night with our WORSHIP NIGHT.

Carlos started off with the verse, “This is the day the Lord has made.  We will rejoice and be glad in it.”

It became a celebration from beginning to end.  A celebration of God’s faithfulness.  A celebration of His goodness.  A celebration of hope for the coming year.

We prayed for people God to move and He did.  Here’s a lady who shared what she experienced last night.

hello ptr paolo,

just wanted to share…

i would have wanted to raise my hand to share while you were going around earlier during worship night, for the healing right after prayer. but i had some quite a number in the list, was thinking it would be long to enumerate.

1st, i had migraine. after the prayer, it felt so light, like my head was ballooning.

2nd, i came with backpain. right after, i felt like my back was being lifted and stretched and i didnt feel the pain anymore.

3rd, i had grumbling tummy mid of the worship night. i was already hungry. after the prayer, i didnt feel full but it wasnt hungry either.

it was just amazing! one of the best worship nights. just keeps on getting better & better!!! and oh by the way, my first to speak in tongues too. and ptr joey is right, when you cannot contain it, it simply overflows!



Last night’s worship night was one of the best if not the best we’ve had.  Why? Because it was the only one we’ve ever had. Ha ha.

But seriously, it was fantastic!

I was talking to one of our worship leaders, Gavs Cabangbang who is helping Pastor LA plant our church in Makati.  She did a phenomenal job together with Teri and the rest of the worship team leading us into the presence of God.

I was telling her that with all the feedback we’ve been getting – from people getting healed, to those hearing from God; from getting refreshed to getting an answer to a question they had – I realized, all we did was to bring people to Jesus.


Once we’ve been able to introduce them to Jesus, He will take care of the rest.

It’s easy to feel the responsibility to bring transformation in a person’s life or push them to change.  We like playing the role of ‘vice- Holy Spirit’ or the assistant of the Holy Spirit.  But only Jesus can bring genuine and lasting change.

Remember, our role is to just bring them to Jesus.  Once we do, then Jesus will be able to work in that person’s life.


Here are a few Worship Night moments captured from the lens of Anson Yu. (click here)