Christian Growth Ministries Inc.

has an urgent need of additional staff
for the following positions:


      1. Education :Graduate of a Bachelor degree with years of  training and experience in management and supervision.

      2. Experience :Knowledgeable in business operation/ campsite management and development; with entrepreneurial mindset and positive outlook. Able to handle different levels of employees. Able to balance ministry and work.

      3. Christian life :Born again Christian. Maturing in the Lord and an active church member. Model of Christian faith.

      4. Others :Customer and client oriented and able to communicate to all levels of customers.


      1. Education :Graduate of a Bachelor degree, preferably Sales & Marketing or HRM course.

      2. Experience :Knowledge in customer relations, with pleasing personality. Can communicate well, both in written and oral form.  Knowledgeable in Microsoft Excel and Word.

      3. Christian life :Born again Christian. Maturing in the Lord and an active church member. Model of Christian faith.

      4. Others :Fluent in English and Filipino language.



Qualified applicants may submit or email their Resume to:

Admin & Personnel Manager
Christian Growth Ministries, Inc.
km 36 Brgr. Sampaloc IV, Along Governor's Drive
Dasmariñas City, Cavite

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Tel. No. (046) 416-6775


Come be a part of CGM Family!!!

uh|JCS Makeover

This school year, developments in Jabez Christian School are evident.  The beautification of the surroundings and the ongoing construction of three new rooms to house the Pre-school department next school year are among the make-overs in JCS.This school year, developments in Jabez Christian School are evident.  The beautification of the surroundings and the ongoing construction of three new rooms to house the Pre-school department next school year are among the make-overs in JCS.

The maintenance helped a lot in the beautification project like landscaping and planting some ornamental plants to make the school grounds look better.

by Marius Martino

Every year, Jabez Christian School (JCS) improves not only the teachers, but also the physical features that make it more pleasant for the people to see. This improvement shows that it benefits teachers, students and visitors.

Last December 2008, building the new classrooms started. The building will serve as the new classrooms for pre-school department.

by Remar Ebrona

Every year level prepared their presentation. Some do declamation, poem, speech, and a chamber theater are some of the presentation prepared by each class. Ms. Roda took charge of the event, she also helped the High School students in doing their presentation. The 1st year class presented a declamation entitled “Two Friends” while the 2nd year class performed a choral entitled “Poor Old Woman”. They wore complete costumes and make-ups, all of them participated and memorized their script very well.

by Henna Faeldo

It was interesting because they play it in a form of pantomime and make it humorous so everybody could enjoy watching it. After the play, Marinel Bacala explained about the play so that it would be more understandable. Offering and tithes were gathered during the chapel hour. Dr. Rubai was invited speaker to discuss about HEROES. The definition hero is an ordinary person who responded to an EXTRA–ORINADY GOD.

by Khristine Caasi

After spending time with the soldiers in Camp Capinpin, “soldiers of JCS” gave their goodbyes to the soldiers of Camp Capinpin. Some Jceans endure the muds in their body inside the bus while the others changed their clothing. “Sa Falls na lang kayo maligo, malapit na lang yun dito” said Kuya Willie, one of the facilitators of Lakbay Kalikasan.

by Kaye Bondoc

High School students and teachers attended the activity. The 2nd year High School students had their presentation and they also led the praise and worship. Angelica Balomaga, Kristel Geroche and Anna Marie Bive were the worship leaders. Two 3rd year students, Isaiah Apolinario and Justin Gonzalez joined the 2nd year, Karlo Villanueva and Karlene Eusebio in playing the instruments. The opening prayer led by Hannah Secretario. The sophomore students presented the Bible story “Jesus feeds the 5,000 men”.

by Khristine Caasi

Nico Bagaman, a sophomore student, brought another honor to the school. He competed in Cavite Amateur Swimming Association Inc. (CASAI) last January 31, 2009. The game was held at De La Salle University- Dasmarinas (DLSU-D). He won golds in 15m butterfly, 15m breaststroke 15m freestyle and 200m individual medley. And silver in 15m backstroke. He was also rewarded as an outstanding swimmer. He also said that he is proud representing his school and his inspirations are his family and coach.

by Kaye Bondoc

  1. Proceed to the Business Office for inquiries.
  2. Fill out the Application Form and attach the required documents:
    (Only application with correct and complete information/requirements will be processed:
    • certified true copy and photocopy of report card
    • certified true copy and photocopy of birth certificate
    • two 2x2 recent identical photographs; and
    • certification of good moral character
  3. Pay the non-refundable Admissions Processing Fee
    (includes application form, info materials, testing and processing)
  4. Submit the completed Application Form with all the required documents before your entrance exam date to secure your exam permit.
    Your entrance exam schedule will depend on the earliest testing date available upon submission of the requirements.
  5. Take the exam on your scheduled date. Results will be released two days after the exam day.
    The examination will cover mental ability and aptitude test in Mathematics, English and Science. Preparatory applicants will take the diagnostic test.
  6. Following the testing is an interview with the prospective student and the child’s parents.
    This will be given to those who passed the entrance test.
  7. Applicants are only allowed to take the JCSET once during the school year.


For inquiries call (046) 973-1375 or email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

certified true copy and photocopy of transcript and birth certificate
original and photocopy of passport and visa reflecting the valid stay
photocopy of the guardian’s passport reflecting authorized stay
two 2x2 recent identical photographs
 student study permit from Bureau of Immigration


JCS High School

JCS Elem

JCS Pre-elem


15th Pastoral Care Conference
August 11-13, 2009
Jabez Campsite - Pala-pala, Dasmariñas, Cavite

Ptr. Steve Burchett
Dr. Benny M. Abante Jr.
Dr. Paul Caampued
Dr. Herman Modez


"A Family that Makes Difference in Ministry & Society"
Pastors & Church Leaders Conference

May 18, 2009 at Aklan Traiing
Center - Kalibo, Aklan
Speaker: Ptr. Willie Basilio

Couples Conference and Retreat with Dr. & Mrs. Rod Pence & Ptr. Clem Guillermo

Dec. 8-10, 2008

A Thre-Day Conference and Retreat for Couples in Ministry

In the afternoon of December 8, couples (pastors, Christian workers and their wives) started to converge in Bukal ng Tipan, a very lovely retreat house outside of Metro Manila. With its scenic view and nice surrounding, the place even looked lovelier in the evenings as it is overlooking the whole of Metro Manila. The dazzling of lights from afar seems to create a romantic atmosphere. And to top it all, each couple was assigned to a room. A couple who was married in 1963 and have been involved in the ministry for 45 years said “With gratefulness to God for the privilege to spend together in one room!!! Greatly appreciated!!!” A newly-married couple said “It has been a good conference and experience for relaxation, bonding, strengthening and learning for both of us.”



A total of 52 couples coming from as far as Pampanga and Batangas, came. Not only they represented different denominations, but it was also a mixture of young and old couples. But all of them have the same desire – to take part in this special retreat for couples sponsored by ACTION/CGM, as well as enjoy a brief respite from the ministry where each one is involved.

One-Day Conference with Ptr. Tom Crouse and Ptr. Herman Moldez

“Nainitan ako physically and spiritually! (I was hot physically and spiritually).” “Lack of ventilations. . .” “Please find a bigger venue next time to accommodate more attendees.” These were some of the comments gathered after the recent conference sponsored by CGM/ACTION. The complaints were valid. The conference hall which could only accommodate 150 people was jam-packed with 251 people that day! The reason for this according to the head of the conference was that many have registered at the last minute. Also one of the pre-registration sites accepted beyond the quota assigned to them. Some people could be seen standing at the back because seats could no longer be taken inside. Even spaces near the stage were occupied and at one time, I saw Mr. Nichols going out just to give his seat to one of the delegates. The air-conditioners were running full blast, but in the afternoon the room got so hot that cardboard fans were distributed.

Eighteen pairs of students and five pairs of teachers, all hand-picked, performed the stately rigodon de honor. According to teacher Rosalyn Solis, prom dance coordinator, the dancers have been practicing an hour a week since December. By the second week of January, they were learning to waltz confidently. “The J-S Prom was memorable because the students were able to perform what they have started practicing,” she said.

Kyla Del Rosario, Grade 10 Class Officer & Journalism Writer

Jabez Christian School (JCS) was wise to allow the Leadership Seminar to be conducted within its campus. Never have I attended a seminar quite like this one. Small-group discussions set it apart from all the others. Each group was composed of five to six students and one to two instructors. Warm-up questions were answered by each of the members before the main topic was revealed. The way, my mind was ready for the “real thing.”

What makes JCS different from other schools in Dasmariñas, Cavite that parents opt to enroll their children here despite the distance from their homes? The curriculum may not be different but the methods, procedures and expectations are. Classes are very structured, with high academic and behavioral standards. The children get good education and Christian training at a very reasonable cost.