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Real Life Foundation - Board of Trustees
www.igivetolife.com, 4 July 2014 [cached]
Joey Bonifacio
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Joey Bonifacio
Joey Bonifacio(Chairman) is happily married to Marie and they have three adult sons, Joseph, David and Joshua and a dog named "Vito."
Joey serves in the International Apostolic Team of Every Nation Ministries, a worldwide family of churches and ministries that exists to Honor God by establishing Christ-Centered, Spirit Empowered, Socially Responsible churches and Campus Ministries in every nation. He is also a member of the leadership team of Victory Churches in the Philippines.
Northland, A Church Distributed
version1.northlandchurch.net, 26 Sept 2012 [cached]
This weekend Joey Bonifacio, the Senior Pastor of Victory Fort in Metro-Manila, Philippines, will be joining us for worship! Joey is a member of the International Apostolic Team of Every Nation Ministries. He serves as a member of the board of directors of the Real Life Foundation and is the author of several books, including the recently released The Lego Principle: The Power of Connecting to God and Others.
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Pastor Joey Bonifacio at Northland
International Apostolic Team | Every Nation
www.everynation.org, 2 July 2014 [cached]
Joey Bonifacio, Asia (Regional Director)
Joey Bonifacio is the senior pastor of Victory Fort Bonifacio in Manila, Philippines, and serves as Every Nation's regional director for Asia.
He and his wife, Marie, have three adult sons and live in Pasig, Metro Manila.
It's 10 a.m. on Sunday and ...
www.charismamag.com, 1 Sept 2012 [cached]
It's 10 a.m. on Sunday and pastor Joey Bonifacio is walking through the crowded parking lot of Victory Fort in Manila, Philippines. He's headed to a worship service-one of 94 Victory weekend gatherings with 51 lead pastors preaching in 15 locations around the city. Bonifacio oversees Victory Fort, serving as one of the nine senior pastors who together lead a multisite, multigenerational church of more than 62,000 in the metro Manila area.
He's running slightly late for the meeting, but as he walks through the covered atrium outside the building, he stops for a moment and notices six college students from the nearby University of Makati gathered around a small round table with notebooks, pens and Bibles out. They're intensely discussing the week's sermon.
The sound of people singing inside reminds Bonifacio that he needs to join the service, but he pauses for just a few more seconds, carefully observing the most important meeting of the week.
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It didn't take much to convince Bonifacio of the power of true discipleship. After all, the former business owner not only personally saw its fruit as a young believer discipled by a more mature believer, he's also had a front-row seat to observe the exponential growth it has produced at Victory.
In 1986, Bonifacio owned and operated a diversified chemical manufacturing business. A new believer, he was just starting to engage in the life of the church-along with his wife, Marie, and three small children-when Victory's pastor invited them to his home for dinner. Having never spent time with a pastor outside of church, Bonifacio was understandably uneasy about the invitation. And when he and Marie arrived at Steve Murrell's house, composed and dressed in their Sunday best, they were surprised when the American pastor answered the door in shorts, T-shirt and bare feet, holding his 6-month-old son.
"What immediately struck me about Steve and his wife, Deborah, was that they were normal people-people who we could connect with, people who we could be friends with," Bonifacio says. "For some reason, I never expected that from a pastor. Steve was so real."
That evening the two couples began a friendship that has lasted for decades and impacted every area of their lives-their faith, their family and their vocation. Murrell not only discipled Bonifacio, but their families also spent holidays together, their kids grew up together and they even lived as next-door neighbors for 12 years.
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During this season, Joey and Marie were established-in the faith, the Word and the church-and were equipped to make disciples.
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After several years of doing both business and ministry, Bonifacio joined the pastoral team full-time at Victory and became the senior pastor of Victory Makati, another of the metro Manila campuses. Naturally, one of the first groups he looked to disciple was people in the marketplace. He identified a handful of businessmen who had recently begun coming to Victory and, wanting to help these men establish solid spiritual foundations, he tried to start a discipleship group with them. With their demanding schedules, however, finding a time to meet together weekly seemed almost impossible.
Nonetheless, Bonifacio was determined to get these men in a small group. After discovering that one of them played nine holes of golf at his country club at sunrise every morning before work, Bonifacio asked the men if they'd be willing to meet there at 6 a.m. on Wednesdays.
"This wasn't necessarily the time I had in mind, but if it was when these men could meet, then I would be there," Bonifacio recalls. "Discipleship is relationship-relationship with God and relationship with others."
And that's exactly what was built. For years, Joey, George, Tony, Poseng and Boom met faithfully every Wednesday. When the group began, these men were new Christians. Some had marriages on the rocks, others were bound in habitual sin and others were in serious debt. But week after week, Joey opened the Bible and showed these men how to follow Jesus and how to apply His Word to every area of their lives.
Joey Bonifacio, a pastor at ...
www.thekaylors.org, 1 Feb 2014 [cached]
Joey Bonifacio, a pastor at Victory Church in the Phillippines who also spoke at the conference, ended up interviewing Joel about his parent's missionary story in Japan and posted their story on his blog.  You can check it out HERE!
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