The 15th Annual Prophetic Conference was held in Cebu City, August 23, 2014. The theme is “The Significance of Israel in God’s Program” based on Romans 9-11 with Dr. Godfrey Catanus as the guest speaker. The conference continued in Malaybalay City on August 26 at Camp Moriah where 200 conferees came from many churches in the province. It continues on September 13, at Doane Baptist Church in Leon, Iloilo.



HARK Publications has been producing music for more than two years now with the purpose of giving them to Thai churches who need Christian music in their own language and style. So far, we have had several opportunities already to distribute CDs widely in Thailand.

In 2012, we handed out over a thousand copies of the Hymns and Psalms CDs at Tanyarak Rehabilitation Institute. See pictures.

In 2013, we finished more singles and held a live performance, with more distribution, at a Thai Psalms Gala. See pictures.

And earlier this year, in May 2014, we distributed over 2500 CDs at PABWE’s 50th Anniversary Celebration. Pictures here. The Song of Mary had its initial release, accompanied by live performances of the Hymns of Titus, Luke, Philippians, and John. Listen to the Song of Mary here.

All of our published music is available for listening. Download them free from our HARK Music Publications page.



HARK Seminary continues to have full classes at the campuses in the Philippines. The Ilo-ilo campus recently held an intensive class for its 14 Masters students in New Testament Greek.


Dr. Richfield Cudal taught “The Redemptive Plan of God Through the Ages” to 10 Masters-level students.

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by Arnfield P. Cudal

Recent religious trends among Millennials — today’s youth who have come of age at the turn of the century — highlight yet another self-perpetuating cycle in the quest for spirituality. A Pew Research Center survey reports that only 18% of Millennials attend church weekly compared to 26% of Baby Boomers when they were their age. The number of young Americans attending church today is much less than any previous groups, and those who haven’t stopped going to church are switching denominations.[1]

Recent articles, such as, “Why Millennials Long for Liturgy,”[2] “Why Millennials are Leaving the Church,”[3] “Young Evangelicals are Getting High,”[4] and “Change Wisely, Dude,”[5] chronicle why many are leaving mainline Protestant and evangelical churches for liturgical, high worship services in Anglican, Orthodox, and Roman Catholic churches. Consider what some are saying:

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