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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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How to Cope with Distance Learning

How to Cope with Distance Learning

What comes into your mind upon hearing the word “pandemic”? As a student, this means transitioning into a new, unusual, and challenging mode of learning. Instead of having face-to-face classes with my favorite Statistics and Calculus professors, or hanging around with...

Watching Vision Unfold Part 2

Watching Vision Unfold Part 2

Without vision, the people perish. Without vision, I live aimlessly. God leaves us clues. These clues may be key experiences, key dreams, key thoughts. Life clues turn into key words. The key words form a mission statement. The mission statement becomes a life...

Watching Vision Unfold PART 1

Watching Vision Unfold PART 1

My dad gave me a thick spiral notebook for journaling when I was eleven years old. I only started using it when I was in college and in my early 20s. This journal, of all my diaries, contains many of the key decision points of my life as a young person: how to move...

Natagpuang Pamilya Sa Cambodia

Natagpuang Pamilya Sa Cambodia

“Kapag tinawag ka ng Panginoon, susunod ka ba?” Nabubuhay tayo sa panahaong may takot na lumabas sa nakasanayan. Nabubuhay tayo sa oras na may tengang kawali sa mga panawagan. Nabubuhay tayo sa henerasyong hirap humarap sa paninindigan. Nabubuhay tayo sa oras na ang...

3 Lessons from the Glory Walkers of Geylang

3 Lessons from the Glory Walkers of Geylang

No, Geylang isn’t known by the rest of the world to have a “church” in it. Food. Merchandise. Sex? Yes, that would be the Geylang of Singapore. If Geylang were a face, it would display people of different races – Indian, Bangladeshi, Indonesian, Chinese,...

Blooming in the Right Place

Blooming in the Right Place

Are you where you should be according to God's will? Do your friends or colleagues help bring out the best in you through God? If not, then will you be willing to leave them if God tells you to go? Choosing your environment is very important as you grow up. Think of...

Be Strong, Be Brave!

Be Strong, Be Brave!

As a musical evangelist living in a foreign land, I composed “Pain is a Victory Song” while I was living in the United States.  The song reflects the verses of Joshua 1:7-9; particularly the phrase, “be strong and be courageous.”  In these verses, the LORD was able to...

Stepping into the EthnoArts

Stepping into the EthnoArts

"So, what do you do as missionaries?” “We do EthnoArts work.” Whenever we get to this point in conversations, we almost always launch into a mini-lecture about what we do in the field. When people hear words like “church planter,” or “outreach volunteer,” they seem to...

From the Pit to a Purpose

From the Pit to a Purpose

I grew up not having parents because they died when I was still very young. That somehow contributed to my having deep insecurities as I grew up. I felt strongly uncertain of myself once I got into college where I transitioned into adulthood. I always felt awkward and...

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