A. Members of PBMA are called “Missioners” or “Missionaries” and are obliged to do missionary works, either as a “transient” or a “resident” missioner. Transient missioners are those who travel from place to place in carrying out the objectives of the organization.
In the municipality of San Jose is the headquarters of the Philippine Benevolent Missionaries Association, Inc., a pseudo -Christian sect, which was founded in 1965 on the island of Dinagat. The province is in the indigenous pre-Christian religion was considered " holy land " because here the was persuaded God of typhoons Da, the God of peace ... Federation of Filipino-Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry, Inc. “By devoting your resources to the improvement of our society, the Federation has consistently played a vital role in ushering a period of greater cooperation and understanding not only in the promotion of business and trade, but also in facing various challenges that we face as a nation.” Ruben Edera Ecleo, Sr., (December 9, 1934 – December 20, 1987), a Filipino charismatic, spiritual and political leader who founded the Philippine Benevolent Missionaries Association, Incorporated (PBMA, INC.) in 1965, and the mayor of the Municipality of Dinagat, Surigao del Norte from 1963 up to 1987.
Ruben Edera Ecleo, Sr. (December 9, 1934 – December 20, 1987), a Filipino spiritual leader who founded the Philippine Benevolent Missionaries Association, Incorporated (PBMA, INC.) in 1965. He was born from a poor family in the Island of Cabilan (formerly Puyange), Dinagat,Surigao del Norte, in Northern Mindanao. Dec 12, 2010 · Philippine Benevolent Missionaries Association, Inc.
Missionary activity during the country's colonial rule by Spain and the United States led the transformation of the Philippines into the first and then, along with East Timor, one of two predominantly Catholic nations in East Asia, with approximately 92.5% of the population belonging to the Christian faith. The “Benevolent Christian Missionaries Association” is a splinter group led by “divine master” Thomas Eugenio, that broke away from the larger and more prominent cult known as the Philippine Benevolent Missionaries Association” (PBMA) in the 1970s. Ruben Ecleo Jr., leader of the PBMA, is now being held on murder charges.