TV HOST AGAIN. Senator Manny Pacquio accepts an anti-smoking championship belt from Dr. Antonio Dans of the University of the Philippines-College of Medicine for being the first senator to file a bill on higher tobacco tax as a means of preventing the increase of smokers in the country. Pacquiao hosts again a TV show on GMA Network.
Senator Emmanuel “Manny” Pacquiao is back as a television host.
This time his show is entitled “Stories for the Soul” billed by GMA 7 as a new inspiring drama anthology that aims to lift up and encourage the viewers about life is brought to light starting today.
According to the network, the new program showcases stories inspired by characters and stories from the Bible, also known as greatest book ever written.
Senator Pacquiao, as a public servant and boxing champ, is best suited to show having also experienced hardships in life yet managed to rise from it.
According to the senator, his story allowed him to understand that life’s process may be painful but it also entails enlightening experiences, thus, this paved the way to his firm spiritual growth.
“There was a time na nadapa tayo at nagkamali, pero ang Panginoon ang nagbigay sa akin ng conviction. Yung change of heart ko, Siya ang may gawa. Binago niya ang puso ko. He made me understand that everything has a reason,” he said.
“Palagi ko ngang sinasabi ‘Who am I, Lord, kung wala ka?’ Kasi siya talaga ang nagdala sa kung nasaan man ako ngayon. I believe that He put me this far for a purpose and that purpose is for me to glorify His name,” he added.
GMA said that in the show, Sen. Pacquiao will present stories that aim to give hope and at the same time motivate one to become an inspiration to others.
Kapuso Network’s boy band T.O.P. gives viewers an even more heart-warming experience as it performs its original sound track entitled “Mararating Din” while each episode is helmed by esteemed directors in the industry.
Be inspired as “Stories For the Soul” starts airing at 10:20 p.m. on GMA 7.