“Thank you Kuya Daniel for our education,” says La Verdad graduates
Without paying a dime, scholars of La Verdad Christian College have finished their college studies with flying colors.
In an interview with the graduates, one thing echoed in unison – their gratitude to their benefactors Kuya Daniel Razon, the chairman and president of La Verdad, and Bro. Eli Soriano of Ang Dating Daan who is the president emeritus of the school.
I thank God for Kuya Daniel and Bro. Eli, for their initiative to build an institution like La Verdad; because of La Verdad, my life was changed. – Maxtedo Mesina, 18, Computer Programming
I can’t put into letters the joy in my heart and the overwhelming thanks to God, to Bro. Eli and Kuya Daniel. Thank you for the opportunity to finish college. – Monina Orejo, 22, Nursing Assistant
Thanks be to God I have finished college through Kuya Daniel and Bro. Eli. My relatives, especially my parents, are very happy. This scholarship paved a way for my mother’s calling to the Church of God and for my relatives to see the good works of the congregation through your leadership and teachings. – Francis Arnaiz, Bachelor of Arts in Broadcasting. Francis is a son of a welder and a vendor.
I thank God that they were made instruments to build LVCC and for us to study for free. Even with all their hardships to support our needs for education, they’re pushing through this free school project. Thanks be to God for people like them. – George Kenneth Tasi, 19, Mass Communication Technology
I am very grateful Bro. Eli and Kuya Daniel because I’m one of the beneficiaries of the free education offered by La Verdad. Thanks be to God for the incessant concerns, for your utmost support. I will always be grateful for that. – Michael James Hilario, 21, Nursing Assistant
I’m very thankful to God that there are kind people like both of you. Thanks be to God for giving us an opportunity to continue studying in college by being scholars of La Verdad. We have improved much our knowledge in physical and mental aspects and most of all our spiritual being. – Benhur Borromeo, Jr., 18, Office Management
(Interview assisted by Hiyasmin Chavez, also one of La Verdad’s scholar graduates.)