El Shaddai (movement)

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El Shaddai DWXI Prayer Partners Fellowship International, popularly known as El Shaddai (אֵל שַׁדַּי,, which is one of the names of God in Jewish faith) is the biggest Catholic charismatic movement in the Philippines.wikipedia
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Mike Velarde

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The movement is led by Brother Mike Velarde, a real estate developer and preacher.
Mariano Zuniega Velarde (born August 20, 1939), better known as Brother Mike Velarde, is the founder and "Servant Leader" of a Philippines-based Catholic charismatic movement called El Shaddai which has estimated following of three to seven million.

DWXI-AM

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Inspired by his recovery from a heart ailment in 1978, Mike Velarde started a weekly Bible-quoting radio show on DWXI, a station he acquired in 1982 as part of a real estate deal.
With this, he established his foundation of the El Shaddai Catholic Charismatic Group in 1984.

Delta Broadcasting System

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Congress intervened and awarded Villanueva the right the acquire the frequency, with him paying Velarde for the stock and assets held by Delta Broadcasting System (DBS).
Delta Broadcasting System, Inc. (DBS) is a media company owned by El Shaddai leader Bro. Mike Velarde.

DZOE-TV

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In 2001, Velarde and Jesus Is Lord Church leader Eddie Villanueva engaged in a legal battle over control of the Christian television station DZOE-TV (Channel 11).
The Channel 11 frequency, originally under the DWXI-TV call letters in Metro Manila, was granted to a joint venture between the leaders of two major Filipino religious movements, Mike Velarde (of the El Shaddai movement) and Eddie Villanueva (of the Jesus Is Lord Church).

DWDE-TV

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DWDE-TV, channel 35, is a UHF television station in the Philippines owned and operated by the Delta Broadcasting System, a company owned by El Shaddai servant leader Bro. Mike Z. Velarde.

Prosperity theology

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In 2005, Katharine L. Wiegele said that El Shaddai has spread prosperity theology outside Protestant Christianity in the Philippines.
In the Philippines, the El Shaddai movement, part of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal, has spread prosperity theology outside Protestant Christianity.

College of Divine Wisdom

The College of Divine Wisdom (established in August 2009) was founded by the El Shaddai DWXI-PPFI Servant Leader Mariano "Bro. Mike" Velarde.

Names of God in Judaism

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El Shaddai DWXI Prayer Partners Fellowship International, popularly known as El Shaddai (אֵל שַׁדַּי,, which is one of the names of God in Jewish faith) is the biggest Catholic charismatic movement in the Philippines.

Catholic Charismatic Renewal

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El Shaddai DWXI Prayer Partners Fellowship International, popularly known as El Shaddai (אֵל שַׁדַּי,, which is one of the names of God in Jewish faith) is the biggest Catholic charismatic movement in the Philippines.

Philippines

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El Shaddai DWXI Prayer Partners Fellowship International, popularly known as El Shaddai (אֵל שַׁדַּי,, which is one of the names of God in Jewish faith) is the biggest Catholic charismatic movement in the Philippines.

Real estate development

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The movement is led by Brother Mike Velarde, a real estate developer and preacher.

Preacher

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The movement is led by Brother Mike Velarde, a real estate developer and preacher.

Auxiliary bishop

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Manila auxiliary bishop Most Rev. Teodoro C. Bacani, Jr. serves as its spiritual adviser.

El Shaddai

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In 1984, Velarde called his show "El Shaddai," a biblical name for God that he found in an American religious pamphlet.

Association football

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The rallies were then moved to various locations such as a football stadium and then transferring several times to the Quirino Grandstand at Rizal Park in Manila; the open grounds outside the Philippine International Convention Center and the Cultural Center of the Philippines in Pasay City near Manila Bay; and finally in Amvel Business Park, Barangay San Dionisio, Parañaque (a site owned by the family) in order to accommodate the movement's followers.

Quirino Grandstand

Independence Grandstand
The rallies were then moved to various locations such as a football stadium and then transferring several times to the Quirino Grandstand at Rizal Park in Manila; the open grounds outside the Philippine International Convention Center and the Cultural Center of the Philippines in Pasay City near Manila Bay; and finally in Amvel Business Park, Barangay San Dionisio, Parañaque (a site owned by the family) in order to accommodate the movement's followers.

Rizal Park

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The rallies were then moved to various locations such as a football stadium and then transferring several times to the Quirino Grandstand at Rizal Park in Manila; the open grounds outside the Philippine International Convention Center and the Cultural Center of the Philippines in Pasay City near Manila Bay; and finally in Amvel Business Park, Barangay San Dionisio, Parañaque (a site owned by the family) in order to accommodate the movement's followers.

Manila

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The rallies were then moved to various locations such as a football stadium and then transferring several times to the Quirino Grandstand at Rizal Park in Manila; the open grounds outside the Philippine International Convention Center and the Cultural Center of the Philippines in Pasay City near Manila Bay; and finally in Amvel Business Park, Barangay San Dionisio, Parañaque (a site owned by the family) in order to accommodate the movement's followers.

Philippine International Convention Center

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The rallies were then moved to various locations such as a football stadium and then transferring several times to the Quirino Grandstand at Rizal Park in Manila; the open grounds outside the Philippine International Convention Center and the Cultural Center of the Philippines in Pasay City near Manila Bay; and finally in Amvel Business Park, Barangay San Dionisio, Parañaque (a site owned by the family) in order to accommodate the movement's followers.

Cultural Center of the Philippines

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The rallies were then moved to various locations such as a football stadium and then transferring several times to the Quirino Grandstand at Rizal Park in Manila; the open grounds outside the Philippine International Convention Center and the Cultural Center of the Philippines in Pasay City near Manila Bay; and finally in Amvel Business Park, Barangay San Dionisio, Parañaque (a site owned by the family) in order to accommodate the movement's followers.

Pasay

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The rallies were then moved to various locations such as a football stadium and then transferring several times to the Quirino Grandstand at Rizal Park in Manila; the open grounds outside the Philippine International Convention Center and the Cultural Center of the Philippines in Pasay City near Manila Bay; and finally in Amvel Business Park, Barangay San Dionisio, Parañaque (a site owned by the family) in order to accommodate the movement's followers.

Manila Bay

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The rallies were then moved to various locations such as a football stadium and then transferring several times to the Quirino Grandstand at Rizal Park in Manila; the open grounds outside the Philippine International Convention Center and the Cultural Center of the Philippines in Pasay City near Manila Bay; and finally in Amvel Business Park, Barangay San Dionisio, Parañaque (a site owned by the family) in order to accommodate the movement's followers.

San Dionisio, Parañaque

San Dionisio
The rallies were then moved to various locations such as a football stadium and then transferring several times to the Quirino Grandstand at Rizal Park in Manila; the open grounds outside the Philippine International Convention Center and the Cultural Center of the Philippines in Pasay City near Manila Bay; and finally in Amvel Business Park, Barangay San Dionisio, Parañaque (a site owned by the family) in order to accommodate the movement's followers.

Parañaque

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The rallies were then moved to various locations such as a football stadium and then transferring several times to the Quirino Grandstand at Rizal Park in Manila; the open grounds outside the Philippine International Convention Center and the Cultural Center of the Philippines in Pasay City near Manila Bay; and finally in Amvel Business Park, Barangay San Dionisio, Parañaque (a site owned by the family) in order to accommodate the movement's followers.

Jesus Is Lord Church Worldwide

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In 2001, Velarde and Jesus Is Lord Church leader Eddie Villanueva engaged in a legal battle over control of the Christian television station DZOE-TV (Channel 11).