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felt the strong desire to be together beyond their service. They toyed with the idea of actually living together, taking the passage ”Love thy neighbor” to another level. Pat de Dios found a vacant lot in Marcelo Green Village, Paranaque and invited the rest of the service team to share in the lot. He wanted that he and his wife Lita would have company in their twi(i—ht years. 1s i– the lord had paved the way –or this arran—e)ent, 9un 1be((o, then new(ywed, had transferred to a new job in Canlubang, Laguna and needed to )ove to the South 4))a de Leon received an inheritance and was looking for a property to buy, and the rest sold their existing houses to move in with the group. Their coordinator Henry Fernandez gave them his blessing to proceed  in living as a cluster, as this would allow the service team to quickly respond to the needs of the Community. 9ust (ike the irst co))unity o– apost(es, the cluster community shares resources with one another. One’s property is everyone’s property. “There will be no one in need. Hindi ka na magsasabi, kusa na lang lumalapit sa’yo yung tulong 9un 1be((o says. This applies from daily needs like borrowing

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wo families, an elderly lady, a widow, a sin—(e wo)an. 1(( o– the) are (ivin— together inside one compound with several houses without fences, connected by a shared pathway and a clubhouse. They are people from diferent backgrounds, but they share many things in common, foremost is their love for the Lord. Meet the irst cluster community of Ligaya ng Panginoon. the 3(uster traces its roots in when the former Central D service team composed of Dick and Mel Dagelet, Pat and Lita de Dios, Emma de Leon, tony and “i((ie :acahi(i— and 9un and Sy(via 1be((o

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True North - July 2014  

Set Apart for His Purpose

True North - July 2014  

Set Apart for His Purpose

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