However, his group, the Bagong Silang Party or Birthday Party, was not accredited by the COMELEC because he failed to produce a birth certificate.Of course, he reasoned that he doesn’t have one since he is an “Alien.” After hibernating for a while, the comedy genius is busy as a bee again.Apalit, Pampanga Philippines (June 10, 2016) – Ang Dating Daan (ADD) marks a milestone in religious broadcasting when the program aired its Worldwide Bible Exposition, popularly known as “Bible Expo,” through Facebook Live video streaming.It is the first time that a religious group used this social media feature in propagating the gospel which lasted for more than two hours. Prior to its Facebook Live debut, the Bible Expo in Filipino can only be seen exclusively in over 1,360 satellite monitoring centers of MCGI while its counterparts in Portuguese (O Caminho Antigo), Spanish (El Camino Antiguo) and English (The Old Path) already started airing through its official You Tube channels last year.The event’s official hashtag #Answers In The Bible also peaked on the 3rd spot in Twitter Philippine trends at pm with more than nineteen thousand tweets.
In these social-networking sites, we get treats of the newest jokes and one-liners from the icon of Pinoy comedy.
Daniel during the MCGI’s weekly Thanksgiving to God service. Eli started his nightly town-to-town preaching in the 1970s but eventually realized that his lifetime is not enough to reach the entire Philippines. MCGI is using the modern technology to bring Bible Expo to a wider audience and spread the gospel on a worldwide scope through live streaming.
Meanwhile, viewers who were not able to ask may visit the official websites of the church such as a vast resource of frequently asked questions previously answered by Bro. In October 1980, he decided to go on air by launching a 30-minute radio program in DWWA 1206 k Hz and eventually on television in 1993 through IBC-13. Meanwhile, Bible Expositions in Portuguese and Spanish-speaking audiences are held weekly.
Then, he was invited to likewise pen comedy sketches for It’s Showtime, the daily noontime show on ABS-CBN.
He even did a weekly radio program, The Saturday 3PM Habit with Brod Pete, in a newly-opened station where he gave zany answers to phoned-in queries from Aparri to Jolo, and even in Japan and Saudi Arabia (as it has live audio and video-streaming in the Internet).