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Hello, 2018!

Hello, 2018!

It feels wonderful writing again, especially since this year, 2018, is a year of New Beginnings. Our stories have a new area of visibility, which is online. We have always kept a website and Facebook page “on the side,” but these cyber avenues will now be our main...

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3 Lessons to Treasure This 2019

3 Lessons to Treasure This 2019

2019 is coming to a close, and a brand new year is about to start. Personally, 2019 has been an amazing journey for growth and learning. As I ponder on the things God has done in my life this year, I am most thankful for these 3 lessons: 1) Growth is a Choice. Someone...

Pag-ibig sa Puso ng Pasko

Pag-ibig sa Puso ng Pasko

“Magbigay kayo at kayo'y bibigyan ng Diyos. Higit na mapalad ang nagbibigay kaysa tumatanggap.” Ito ang mensahe sa akin ng Panginoon ng ako'y maimbitahan upang lumahok sa isang aktibidad na ang layunin ay ang makapagbahagi ng salita ng Diyos, at makapaghatid ng...

Can God Transform Murderers and Drug Traffickers?

Can God Transform Murderers and Drug Traffickers?

We sat under the thatched roof where inmates from Bilibid’s Minimum Penitentiary and representatives from the catalyst movement of transformation in Las Pinas, Muntinlupa, and Paranaque (LaMPara) gathered together monthly to encourage each other and worship God. The...

Is the Church crippled by an identity crisis?

Is the Church crippled by an identity crisis?

Why is identity important? Why is identity related to the effectiveness of our calling? Is the Church in the state of an identity crisis? Be blessed by the devotional of Toby Huyssen, worship leader of Glory Fall band.  ...

What Dog Collars Taught Me About God’s Love

What Dog Collars Taught Me About God’s Love

DOG LOVERS WILL UNDERSTAND THIS It’s hard not to love dogs. How can someone not love a bunch of warm, living stuffed “toys” you could hug all day?  What’s not to love about their goofy smiles, ecstatic tails, and unconditional love?   Their eyes focus on you and only...

Selflessness and Pizza

Selflessness and Pizza

My Kuya, the Selfless Sibling “Kuya, can I trade with you? Two of my garlic and cheese pizza slices, for one slice of yours.” I watched as my older brother, Paolo, scratched his head and looked wistfully at his beloved slice. It was full of meat, onions, ham, and...

Tao Rin Ang Anino

Tao Rin Ang Anino

“…at darating ang araw na s’ya rin ay mamumukadkad, sisilay sa nakakubling liwanag– titingala-maipipinta ang saya...magniningning at masasaksihan ng mundo ang sarili n’yang  ganda.” Kapirasong linya mula sa sulating pinaglipasan na ng panahon. Sa higit na 300 salitang...

Prodigal Son

Prodigal Son

The pigs aren’t his family. But he smells like a pig, is as filthy as a pig, and worse, eats like a pig. No, he doesn’t eat like some gluttonous swine, but he dines with them as if they share a table. Today’s menu is slightly out of routine:  moldy leftovers and this...

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A Spoonful of Manna

Visiting the Poquiz Aeta Tribe (outreach ocular)

OV at Singapore