During Julius Baylon Cawaling battle in It’s Showtime Tawag Ng Tanghalan, i brought our two boys from Ang Bahay Parola- Grace Home Jonel and Falcon to the Live Studio to withness and fulfill their dreams to watch their kuya Julius’s live performance and give moral support in the competition. Never realized that momment, hosts like Vice Ganda will give them a long exposures on tv to talk about their lives in the orphanage. They were asked what they’re praying for, the two boys asked for a Karaoke machime so they can practice and be like their kuya Julius in the future. And one of the Judges the great Michael “Mitoy” Yonting said yes its on me! I will answer your prayers and wish! Today we received the gift from their idol Mitoy and just so excited to try and sing to the top of the voices! Jumping for joy and praises!!!! I glorify the LORD for HIS goodness and Love for the children! Let me extend my gratitude to It’s Showtime for being an avenue to change lives without mentioning on that the same day the biological parents of one of our boys saw him in tv and hav been missing for years! Since he is a foundling, we are still in the process of finding out the real stories how they lost the kid and their biological affinities. Its already in our legal team to handle the case. Nonetheless we thank the LORD for out mission beyond our music to change lives and be the voices for the voiceless kids in the country!
“Yes, I’m no politician, have no intention to be in public office, i am a nobody, I’m a mediocre singer, I’m a lousy comedian but i make people happy, i serve the LORD, feed His children and that is my greatest contribution to the world, and my way of worshiping HIM! I have no idea how many, i don’t list down, and it doesn’t matter!”
– Arpie Patriarca
Mission Beyond Music
By Vberni Regalado (The Philippine Star) | Updated September 18, 2017
MANILA, Philippines — He was a farmer’s son from Bicol whose penchant for reading was indescribable. But he came from a poor family who had to toil day and night just to make ends meet, and books were beyond his reach.