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Posted by Jeff | Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Camp 2008 Promotional Video: Heroes

Posted by Jeff | Monday, February 25, 2008

Heroes: Ordinary People with an Extraordinary Calling. This is the theme for the summer youth camp that will be held on April 15-18 and 22-25 at Mt. Peniel Campsite Capas, Tarlac. Youth from areas in Metro Manila will meet and learn about self leadership, moral values and Biblical character building. For interested participants from Makati City area you can visit JIVE Youth Center at 3/F Kalayaan Talipapa Bldg. 9642 Kalayaan Ave. Guadalupe Nuevo, Makati City. Their youth service is every Sunday at 2:30PM. You can also text Kuya Jeff at 0916-3786271.

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Posted by Jeff | Friday, February 22, 2008

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Posted by Jeff | Monday, February 18, 2008

The Breaking Point Foundation was originally from Springfield, Missouri and founded by the late Steve Thompson, a missions pastor of Highstreet Baptist Church who had a black belt in taekwondo. He used his skill and trainings received to develop an abuse prevention program that utilized humor and skill, presented this program to high schools in the United Sates and founded the organization. Eventually, their programs were presented to other countries also.

In 1998, talks between Eddie Lyons, pastor of Sumulong Baptist Church then, and Steve began about bringing Breaking Point's program to the Philippines. By January of 1999 a group of Americans (including Lance Gotcher, current pastor of Sumulong Baptist Church), headed by Steve Thompson, came over to the Philippines and conducted programs at different high schools in Pasig City, Marikina City and Antipolo City. A few months prior to the trip, training sessions were held for Filipino volunteers (including the current Philippines director of Breaking Point Foundation, Jeffrey Aspacio) through training videos.

The following year, another group of volunteers from the U.S. came to the Philippines and prior to that year 2000 trip, local volunteers were again trained but this time the local volunteers from the previous trip helped in the training.

By October 2000, talks about starting a Philippines office for Breaking Point Foundation and trainings were conducted by Jeff Aspacio at Baguio City for the 2001 wave of programs.

On January 2001, after the week long programs at Baguio City, Steve Thompson officially appointed Jeff Aspacio as director of Breaking Point Foundation Philippines through the ministry of Sumulong Baptist Church.

Since then, Breaking Point Foundation Philippines has conducted programs around Metro Manila and has coordinated mission trips for international volunteers who desire to prevent substance abuse by helping students know how to have a change of heart through a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

For parties who are interested in partnering with Breaking Point Foundation in their area, you can contact Jeff Aspacio through and you can visit their Breaking Point's Official Site for more information.

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Posted by Jeff | Tuesday, February 12, 2008

On April 15-18 and 22-25, Breaking Point Foundation partners with Camp Kabataan in conducting 2 weeks of summer youth camps. Their goal is to gather 600-800 high school and college students from different schools in Metro Manila. Other participating organizations are Sold Out Live, JIVE Youth and GIG sa Jam.

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Posted by Jeff | Friday, February 08, 2008

This logo is what Breaking Point Foundation uses on the name tags given to volunteers who have undergone training (abuse prevention presenters). It has the standard logo, which is the navigational compass and the text, except that the colors red and blue were added.

Breaking Point Foundation's Logo

Posted by Jeff | Tuesday, February 05, 2008

The Breaking Point Abuse Prevention Team logo contains a navigational compass. This compass symbolizes Breaking Point's statement of purpose: "meeting people at their breaking points..." and providing a 'point of reckoning' or direction, that can help prevent all forms of abuse.