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Serviam helps rebuild lives through Life in the Spirit Experience

DO you have everything that the world can offer yet feel empty inside? Are you a Christian yet feel defeated for the most part of your life? Are you in search of a higher meaning or purpose in life? If your answer to these questions is ‘‘Yes’’, this may just be for you.

Serviam Catholic Charismatic Community will hold its 13th Life in the Spirit Experience (LSE) on October 26-27, 2013 at the Daughters of St. Paul Auditorium, 2650 F. B. Harrison St., Pasay City. The seminar is open to everyone, aged 18 years and above, desiring to have a deeper understanding of who they are and why they were created.

Now on its 10th year of fruitful service to God through others, Serviam was founded by His Eminence, the late Jaime Cardinal Sin, and well-known church leader, the late Antonio “Sonny” B. de los Reyes. The LSE is part of its evangelization program.

Life in the Spirit seminar is a formation experience, an introduction into a life lived in the power and presence of the Holy Spirit. It is surrendering to a life-changing relationship with Jesus Christ and being aware of and cooperating with God’s desire for an active personal role in every aspect of life.

Orientation on the LSE will be held on Tuesday, August 27, September 3, 10 and 17 at 6:30 p.m, prior to Serviam’s corporate worship. For inquiries please contact Allan Tarroza (0927-8732837 or agtarroza@yahoo.com) or the Serviam secretariat (722-7691 or secretariat@serviamccc.org).

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