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uh|Pastoral Care Conference

October 8 to 11, 2019 @ Jabez Campsite
Theme:  Integrity of the Heart, Skillfulness of the Hands.

uh|Pastors and Wives Retreat

With the theme “Better Together” the first pastors and wives retreat for this year was held last January 23 – 25, 2019 at Jabez campsite.

full|CGM Literature Best Sellers

Be All You Can Be
John C. Maxwell

Kristianong Pagpapayo
Willie Basilio

Men Who Finished Well
David D. Stevenson

Standing Strong
John MacArthur


full|Pastors & Wives Retreat

Balancing Marriage and Ministry

January 23-25, 2019

Main Speaker: Ptr. Willy & Edna Basilio; Facilitator Speaker: Ptr. Ronel & Lycel Rubrica

Registration Fee: Php 1,000.00
Inclusive of Accommodation, Meals, Make Over, and Many More!!!

Contact Ptr: Lito de Guzman
(046) 476-0255 / (046) 416-6775

uh|Dorcas and Honey Visit

We visit them once a month. They are doing well – Dorcas is studying at an elementary school in the community. Honey has occasional seizure attacks specially of the weather is cold.

uh|CLAIM Books and Booklets

CGM publishes and distributes bible-based, relevant, inspirational literary materials and resources for ministry and personal development.

full|CGM Christmas Projects 2018

Christmas Evangelistic Christmas Outreach for Dumagat Children and Families  Date: Dec. 12 to 13, 2019.  Brgy. Matawe, Dingalan, Aurora Quezon Province Partner Church: The Lord Is My Righteousness Ministry

Mr. Doug and Margi Nichols—Global Mission Advocate for Needy Philippine Children, Pastors and Prisoners.

uh|24th Pastoral Care Conference Report

This conference has a way of discovering personal and group talents, too. A pastor from Zambales performed performed a cultural/ native dance. On the last night, five groups (divided by geographical locations), competed in a singing group competition.  

uh|Manila International Book Fair 2018

CGM Literature Ministry joins the 39th Manila International Book Fair at SMX Convention Center, September 12-16 2018.

Booth Nos. 340 & 341 Aisle F









Residential Care Program

A twenty four (24-hour) group care services that provides alternative parental care to 0 -2 years old abandoned, neglected, orphaned, and voluntarily committed children. The children stay in the houses until permanent placement is made either reintegration to their biological family/relatives or through adoption.


Under this program about 1,850 children had been admitted and given love and care. In 1983, it was licensed by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) to process adoption and from that time 250 abandoned and voluntarily committed children were placed to their adoptive families. Around 200 among the admitted children were reintegrated to their biological families/relatives and for independent living.




A One-Day Conference sponsored by Christian Growth Ministries (CGM) and Action International Ministries (ACTION).







Date: March 23, 2009

Place: New Tribes Missionary Training Center

Conference Speaker: Rev. Tom Crouse

Devotional Speaker: Rev. Mike Lacanilao

No. of Delegates: 149




The conference started at around 8:15 in the morning with an opening prayer led by Pastor Lito de Guzman, Church Assistance Program Officer. The program started 15 minutes advance since most of the delegates came earlier than usual and the earliest delegates came all the way from the province of Quezon. Pastor Mike Lacanilao delivered the devotional message based on the book of Psalms which part of the message shared his testimony which is very fitted in the theme “Integrity in Ministry”.

Bro. Adam Hussey of ACTION International Ministries introduced the main speaker Pastor Tom Crouse where he divided his topic into four sessions: First, Integrity with our Doctrine (1 Timothy1:3-7); Second, Integrity with the order of Our Churches (1Timothy 2:8-15); Third, Integrity when Facing Opposition (1Timothy 4:11-16); and lastly, Integrity in Teaching about Giving (Philippians 4:14-23).

During the first session, Pastor Tom talked about The Effect of Good Doctrine where he emphasized 1Timothy 1:5 which is about “Love, Pure Heart, Good Conscience, and Sincere Faith”. He strongly said that the true meaning of Good Conscience is “We must think like God and not be a God” because most Christians are over spiritualizing as if they would not fall into temptation (1 Corinthians 10:12) but he also warned that they must not tolerate the habit of sinning but rather continue to be rooted and grounded in love. He also deals with the Effects of Strange Doctrine quoted in 1Timothy 1:4 these are fruitless discussions that affects the church, and those promoting want to be teachers, being arrogant in their presentation, are just some of the highlights of this session.

Foster Care Program

An individualize-planned temporary substitute parental care to 0 -2 years old abandoned, neglected, orphaned, and voluntarily committed children through the help of DSWD Licensed Foster Parents. The children stay in the foster family care until permanent placement is made through reintegration to biological family/relatives, adoption or for independent living.


It started in 1994 for provision of individualized care and supervision to the abandoned, neglected, orphaned and voluntarily committed children. This was made possible through the help of Filipino families who opened their homes to care for a non related child/ren.