After being held over-all champion during the Intramural Meet, the BEEd students together with their teachers, Mr. Jocen Angeles and Mrs. Rosie Adelantar, Mrs. Sharon Rose Medez, and Mr. John Rey Piaña, went to Ladlad Resort, Brgy. Patag, Silay City last February 17 and 18, 2014 to celebrate their long overdue victory party. It was indeed a great celebration for our teachers prepared some talks in the evening which truly touched and inspired everyone. The evening program was opened with a prayer by yours truly, followed by an inspirational talk from Mrs. Rosie Adelantar with the topic, “Me, and Myself” which was about knowing ones’ self from inside and out and for which the song, “Who Am I” was made appropriate to be the finale of the said talk. The second topic entitled, “Me and My Family” which made everyone cry was delivered by Mrs. Sharon Rose Medez. A quote from the book of Ephesians 6:2-3 that says, “Honor your father and your mother” which is the first commandment with a promise was exhorted. Ma’am Medz focused on the children’s relationship with their parents considering the fact that there are so many victims of broken family and rejections; that whether we like our parents and family or not we still have to honor them for it is God’s mandate to every child. “Me and Others” was the third topic discussed by Mr. Jocen Angeles, our Religious Studies teacher and SSC adviser. Sir Angeles emphasized that we are all responsible to each. No one lives for itself and no one dies for itself and for which this was inspired by a song “Pananagutan”. Out fourth speaker was Mr. John Rey D. Piaña who is also a Religious Studies teacher and who discussed the topic “Me and My God” which was about out duty towards God, our purpose, who God is and what God can do to us. Pastor Ninfa M. Pasco, a Senior Pastor of Glory Of Zion Christian Assembly was also given a chance to share the Word of God that night. She talked about the Agape love , the unconditional love of Jesus Christ to all mankind quoted from the book of John 3:16, “For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life and “Romans 5:8, “But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.” The highlight of the said talks was the symbolic act of casting always of our bad characters for which we were asked to look for an object which symbolizes our bad character and throw them on the fire that we have made.
Everyone looks refreshed, revived and inspired the following morning as we have fun with the recreational games and enjoyed sumptuous pork nilaga for lunch which was prepared by Elaines Rose Quema of BEEd III.
To Ma’am Adelantar, Ma’am Medez, Sir Angeles, Sir Piaña, Pastor Pasco and the musicians, as well as to Richard Panes and Jaszon Tapalla who made this activity special and successful, THANK YOU and TO GOD BE THE GLORY!

By: Nelly