What is Signs of Hope?

FAQs What is Signs of Hope? Signs of Hope is the celebration of 117 years of God’s faithfulness to the Philippine Bible Society (PBS) in making the Bible known. It is also a fundraiser for the translation of the Bible in the Filipino Sign Language.   Why support Signs of Hope? According to the Philippine Deaf Resource Center (PDRC), 1 out of every 3 deaf women in the Philippines is sexually harassed or raped. Half of the cases happen in the victim’s own home, with Continue reading →

“’Di ako nagbabasa ng Bible noon. Hindi rin ako palasimba. Kahit Linggo, nagtatrabaho ako dahil magsasaka ako. Parati kong sinasabi sa asawa ko na siya na lang ang magsimba at ipagdasal na lang ako. Isang araw, niyaya ako ng kaibigan ko na pumunta sa simbahan. Siya ang naging daan para maging aktibo ako sa simbahan namin. Bumili ng MTBO Bible ang misis ko at pareho naming itong ginagamit. Ito ang unang Bible na natanggap ko.  Lay minister at Bible Apostolate na ako. Naging aktibo rin Continue reading →

Rev. Fr. Angelo “Jing” Caparros of Quezon

Despite the absence of super powers, Fr. Jing Caparros is still able to accomplish amazing things. By God’s grace, he shared His Word to the different parishes under the Dioceses of Gumaca in the province of Quezon. Superman, Batman or Thor are heroes with super power only in the big screen. In real life, meet a man who has no super power but is able to do great task and amazing things by bringing and sharing God’s Word in the Diocese of Gumaca. Diocesan Biblical Apostolate Continue reading →

“Re-Tired” Catechist puts on new tire

For retiree Raquel Arenal, the Bible meant a new life and new adventures with the Lord. At 65 years old, catechist Raquel Arenal grew deeper in her faith after receiving her copy of the Bible through the MTBO Bible Campaign. “My faith in God grew stronger and I came to know Him deeper as I got to read His Word daily. Her daily reading helps her connect with God. “As a Catechist, I have to prepare and know what I will share, teach or what Continue reading →