JL Chico ,27, single, studied Computer Technology and troubleshooting at System Technology Institute (STI Munoz-Edsa).
Today, he is a freelance graphic artist, editing photos and videos.
He also organizes events, facilitating retreats for various schools, and giving seminars — such as on Leadership, and Teambuilding.
JL said his “old life” reeked with vices. Then, a friend invited him to The Feast.
JL lives in Malabon City.
IN my “old life” I’d been a hard drinker, chain smoker, bum, and porn addict. I could not care less about my future.
I served in our parish church as member of the Youth Ministry and member of the Chorale. I even led the Worship Team of our faith community.
But I must confess, I struggled to get rid of my vices.
Finding The Feast
Five years ago, a friend invited me to The Feast. I accepted the invitation. The Feast has given me hope. At the Feast, you can really feel God accepts you.
The preachers deliver life-changing talks, presenting God’s message in a creative way. I’ve been so impressed by the inspiring, talented, and loving people of The Feast.
Back to the Church
In 2012, I served as guitarist and back-up vocal of the Music Ministry of Feast Marilao. In the same year, I joined the Radical Training Course for future leaders of the Light of Jesus Family.
Today, I serve at Feast Meycauayan as head of the Creative and Events Media Ministry, adviser of the Worship Ministry and Youth Ministry.
I also serve as retreat facilitator and resource speaker.