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School Year 2018 - 2019 CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES

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9 SBA Graduates Pass the CPA Licensure Examination

Desiree L. Pacolor

Congratulations to the new CPAs of Mountain View College!

Dreams have finally come true. After a long journey of sleepless nights spent on studying and uttering prayers for wisdom and knowledge, nine MVC graduates of the BS Accountancy program passed the May 2018 Certified Public Accountant (CPA) Licensure Examination with the passing rates of 90% for the Batch 2017; 81.82% for First Takers; 64.29% for MVC, and 28.92% in the National.

Parents, sponsors, family, friends, and the whole faculty are so proud of their success! Soli Deo Gloria!

These are the successful takers of the said board examination:

Alboria, Irenea E.

Alug, Jude Michael A.

Casanos, Anne Lorrheine V.

Cordero, Christine Joy T.

Definio, Brixon R.

Garcia, Charles Erick T.

Pangatungan, Sunshine I.

Singco, Emilliano M. III

Sonoron, Shy Anthonette E.

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100% Passing Rate for MVC-SON

Wyndale Jing A. Libetario-BSN1

Last June 3-4, 2018, the licensure examination for nurses took place in different parts of the Philippines. At Cagayan De Oro City, 29 nursing graduates of MVC from the school year 2017 and 2018 took their life-changing examination. Few weeks later, the result was released, and the blessing of answered prayer was heard. The 29 first takers of the examination passed the board exam with one making it to the top 7 list. The question is how did they do that? Let us know their journey and be inspired by their story.

Prof. Leonila S. Reyno, the dean of the School of Nursing, shared that the journey of the reviewees always started with a morning devotional at Jubilee Park at 5:00 o’clock. After worship they do physical exercise, which includes walking, jogging, and playing sports within the vicinity of the campus. Before the review sessions, students will again have their devotional.

For the first few weeks, they did a review of the SDA fundamental beliefs and doctrines. During Saturdays, they join the fasting and prayer group at the Alumni Church to ask for knowledge and wisdom from our God Almighty.

The weekend before the board exam was well-spent. Friday, they went for community service. Saturday, they joined the church service at Garden Church of the South Philippines Union Conference (SPUC). A special message and prayers by our ministers, facilitators and teachers were offered in behalf of the examinees. Afternoon of the same day, a spiritual retreat was held at Pryce Garden, Cagayan de Oro City.

On the day of the board examination, the ministers uttered a special prayer for the group before entering the examination room.

Through God's grace and by making Him the center of all activities, and for praying without ceasing, God answered all their prayers.

Here is the list of the 100 percent Nursing board exam passers (or first takers):

ABADILLA, GUIDO CLEMENT SILAO

ABESTA, COLEEN DIANE GLORIA

ALCONTIN, GELA MAE GONZALES

ASOL, KSHA STAR FANCUBIT

BICLAR, WILDEN JUNE GALINATO

BUHAT, JENYL ANN ASPRA

CABELIN, HONEY ROSE SELGAS

CANCERIL, DELVER FEBB CALUNSAG

CLAUD , ALTHEA ZHENYA ANTHONIO

COLLAMAT, DALE ROS AVILES

DABLIO, SOL MAE KIST'L PORTICOS

DAVID, JANE MAGTRAYO

DELA CALZADA, CYD CHAIZ DABLIO

DELA FUNTE, LUCEL ANN ANDO

DEMAGNAONG, BEAMS CANTONA

DUMDUM, RIZZ ANNE AGUILLON

LAGCAO, EVAN BUHAT

PALERO, FRANZ EDWARD III CALIPAYAN

PANTINOPLE, JACELLE GRACE CASERES

PATALINGHUG, MAYBELLE MODILAS

PAULAR, JAYNNE LORRAINE LOVE YANOC

PENKIAN, GAY LOURD

SAGABAY, DORORTHY GAY GARCIA

SERRA, DWIGHT QUILOG

SOMBILON, NOVEM GRACE BAMUYA

SUMAGAYSAY, NILFE MAE ALIPOON

TOBIAS, TIFFANY LUOISE GRAGASIN

VALDEZ, SHADRACH JOHN JOASH SARAUS

VALENCIANO, PHIPPS GROVER PEPITO

VALLARES, LEGERLEE IRENE DAL

VELOSO, LORENCE ANGELIE TOLEDO

LEGASPI, NEOVY LOVE BAYNO-SPAC/MVC

TOP 7- NOVEN GRACE B. SOMBILON 86%

This is a reality of what it says in Jeremiah 29:12 – “Pray to me and I will listen to you.”

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A Vesper Like No Other

Charles Dave Negre

When we talk about Vespers, we immediately think of the typical program that we have every Friday night - the one where a speaker shares a message to the entire congregation. But that Friday, June 22, the education department was asked to handle the Vespers, and they had something else in mind.

Prof. Gemini Asok was appointed to plan the vesper program. She used her skills in writing to come up with a play that tells of the weaknesses and flaws of some of the most well-known characters in the Bible. Together with Asst. Prof. Carthy Joy Aguillion, the amazing parts of the program were prepared to give the audience a dynamic night that materialized into a theatrical play with the title “Bible Characters and Their Flaws.”

One might wonder, why flaws? Why not the good things that they have done? The producers of the play wanted us to learn from their flaws and the consequences if we follow them. Here are some of the highlighted lessons and lines from the play.

The life of Eve, portrayed by Katrina Polinio, stated “dangerous grounds seem safe if you have others with you who stand on it, too.”

Christian Retubada, through the lens of the rebellious Absalom, tells on how he wanted to be king that he rebelled against his father David. This selfish ambition caused his death. He wanted more even if he already had things he can be thankful for.

The story of the idolatrous Solomon, given merit by Camillo Valmorida, shows that though he had witnessed and experienced the love and power of God, he still went astray and started to worship idols. Never should we forsake God for He stated “ "I COME FIRST! BE SURE TO GIVE ME FIRST PLACE IN YOUR LIFE!".

The story of the pagan Ruth, brought to life by Lian Shain Huay, points out that she had no character flaws. Her only conceivable flaw was because she was a pagan - a Moabite. Let us learn from her that God loves us all no matter what or where we came from. He will surely bless us if we obey him and love him.

The story of the scheming Jacob, portrayed by Charles Dave Negre, reminds us that what you sow is what you reap. Jacob sowed the seeds of lies and deception. He then reaped the fruits of it. The once deceiver, now became the deceived.

Lastly, Kelly Jayme conveyed the story of Mary Magdalene, the prostitute. This story prompts us that we all have the capacity and ability to change for the good. If we just want it and believe that we can, then we shall.

m was truly a night to remember. The stories were not about heroes and saints, but of people who made mistakes and learned from it. It gives us the perspective that even famous bible characters have weaknesses. God showed them what went wrong and they learned from those mistakes.

The participants of the said program are from the Seminar class of Prof. Gemini Asok.

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Recreational Activities Against Dangerous Drugs

Sweet Rhena Mae N. Fallorina

Dangerous drugs as we all know, is the number 1 enemy of our society, since people under the influence of illegal drugs tend to commit unfathomable crimes. Our country’s President, Rodrigo Roa Duterte, is one of the many others who is earnest to totally eradicate the use of dangerous drugs in our country.

This week, Mountain View College, through the Guidance Counseling Center and the office of the Vice President for Student Affairs, conducted an activity entitled ‘Dangerous Drugs Awareness and Prevention Week’, with the theme “Let’s Develop Our Lives, Our Communities, Our Identities Without Drugs”. Dangerous Drugs Awareness and Prevention Week is an annual school activity that aims to raise awareness as well as to prevent the students from engaging into such kind of drugs.

Regarding the said activity, a Social Orientation (S.O) took place at the MVC Alumni Church last June 27, 2018. The speaker of the symposium is the SPUC 1000 Missionary Movement Coordinator, Pastor Eugene dela Peña. In his message, he said that every single one of us has our own addiction. It is not only from the use of illegal drugs, but it can be many things like behavioral addiction, cyber net and pornographic addiction. To him, addiction is when you give more time or interest on something. During the S.O, he reiterated that things like drugs are Satan’s medium in deceiving people. Furthermore, he emphasized that the only antidote to all our addiction is God and His words. The program ended by the closing prayer of Mr. Arwenn Berago.

Series of activities in line with the Dangerous Drugs Awareness and Prevention Week are set to happen beginning July 3-7, 2018, including a Fun Run, Midweek Program, Community Outreach, Basketball and Volleyball Tournament, and a Grand Social night. Winners of the competitions will be awarded cash prices.

This kind of activity is an enjoyable way not just to have fun, but at the same time gain knowledge as to what kind of drugs we should keep away from. For more information about the upcoming activities, you could checkout the bulletin boards in the campus or you could visit the Guidance and Counseling Center.

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The editorial team of the 2019 Junior Devotional is still accepting articles from MVC faculty, students, and alumni. The working title or overall theme is Never Forget. Some important guidelines for those who want to share their stories that will inspire the youth:

• The articles should be intended for young readers (the youth). Write something relatable to this generation.

• Include the title for the article, the memory verse and the version of the Bible used, sources of quoted lines (if there are any), and the name of the writer.

• The whole article should be 350 words or less in length, including the verse, title and writer’s name.

• Provide a brief description of the author, indicating how you are connected to Mountain View College and when (e.g. BS Agriculture graduate, 2016; School of Computing faculty, 2006; Cafeteria worker, 1987-1988).

• Send articles to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Be a part of this noble task of inspiring and empowering the youth. It’s a chance to Shine On Till Jesus Comes!

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Dr. Gladden O. Flores

MVC President
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Dr. Hope S. Aperocho

MVC Vice President of Academic Affairs

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Pastor Carlos N. Aganio

MVC Vice President of Student Affairs
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Mr. Eric H. Barnuevo

MVC Vice President Finance

Contact Us

President

Email: president@mvc.edu.ph

Phone No.: (+63)917 706 9787

Vice President of Academic Affairs

Email: vpaa@mvc.edu.ph

Vice President of Student Affairs

Email: vpsa@mvc.edu.ph

Registrar

Email: registrar@mvc.edu.ph

Phone No.: (+63)935 038 5807

Director of Student Finance

Email: dsf@mvc.edu.ph

Phone No.: (+63)917 130 5253

News & Announcements

July 8 - 15 No on/off campus meetings / practices / games and other activities in preparation for exams. July 11 Grand Social Orientation. July 16-20 PRELIM EXAMS (Regular Class Schedule). July 23-27 Nutrition Week - School of Nursing


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