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Former child actor BJ “Tolits” Forbes was tortured by nuno sa punso when he decided to break his covenant of friendship with them.
Catch the story as The 700 Club Asia Presents Nuno on Good Friday, April 14, 6 pm, on GMA.
BJ “Tolits” takes the lead role of Armand in his true to life story about his experiences with the controlling power of dwarfs, exposing the truths about nuno.
“After the nuno gave Armand tons of fortune, their true motive was exposed when he decided to turn his life to God.
The nuno did not want it and tortured him to keep him in their dark and wicked path.” BJ said in vernacular.
BJ “Tolits” recognized how the struggles would come to keep one from staying in his or her faith in God, “Once you receive Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior, there will always be someone or something that will cause you to struggle for you to give up your faith. But, always hold on! Keep the faith. Don’t let your struggles destroy your faith.”
“I hope that the audience will take the lesson of the story to heart. This is not just for entertainment, it’s also sharing your knowledge about Jesus Christ and other significant things in life. So, I hope that this project will have an impact in their lives and strengthen their faith,” he said.
BJ “Tolits” is a multi-awarded actor who was discovered in Eat Bulaga, the longest noontime running show in the Philippines. He was 4 years old when he joined the show’s That’s My Boy segment. Though he didn’t win, his showbiz career blossomed when his “Lagi na lang ako” Tide commercial became a hit.
He was also in GMA’s Mulawin and Etheria, APT Entertainment Ispiritista and Dobol Trobol: Lets Get Redi 2 Rambol, and in various theatrical shows. Nuno is BJ “Tolits”’s first project with The 700 Club Asia.
Don’t miss BJ “Tolits” in this story that will prove God’s power to deliver people from the dark schemes of the devil. Catch him at The 700 Club Asia Presents Nuno, on Good Friday, April 14, 6:00 p.m. on GMA. This Holy Week special is produced by CBN Asia, written and co-directed by Paula Villanueva, and co-directed by Micah Basco.