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Surviving the Heavy Spending World

Surviving the Heavy Spending World

An English teacher by trade, “Nino” is like most young professionals earning a living. After learning how to handle his own finances in college, he applies what experience has taught him. This may seem bizarre, but the moment I see that I’ve only got around P 2,000 in...

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Things You Can Do While on Quarantine

Things You Can Do While on Quarantine

Things You Can Do While on Quarantine Igy Zafe For some people, staying home during this quarantine period can be a form of rest. For the others who are working, this is the much-coveted opportunity to work from home. For the young people and even the young “once” or...

A Small Act of Kindness

A Small Act of Kindness

A Small Act of Kindness By Joyce Anne Geronimo Written March 17, 2020 I woke up just like any other day in the comfort of my bed, knowing that the rest of my family were at home, safe and sound. It is the second day of the community quarantine in Metro Manila, a...

“Christ Is”–Not Crisis!

“Christ Is”–Not Crisis!

“Christ Is”— Not Crisis By Pastor Carmelo Pituc I want to share a personal experience that happened to me on March 17, 2020, in a drugstore located in Pasig City. This pharmacy implemented social distancing, so while I was outside waiting in line for my turn, the Holy...

Listening to the Voice

There is a fondness that comes with the beauty of Bohol – the clear beaches with their colorful fish, the famous chocolate hills, the tiny brown tarsiers clinging to trees, the river rides...  I had heard so much, so I wrote Bohol in my bucket list of places to visit....

Finding My Life’s Meaning

Everybody is given a second chance in life. I also had mine. Five years ago, I resigned from work as a high school English teacher. I wanted to divert my attention to other things except teaching. I needed to focus on my graduate studies since I had a scholarship...

Mananayaw

Sa pag-alon ng bughaw na tubig dagat tangay-tangay ang mga pinong buhangin Makukulay na bato ay sinasalat Humihila’t nangaakit ng paningin ….. Sa tunog na gawa ng hanging amihan Sumayaw ang tubig padalampasigan Ang karagatan ay nagiging tanghalan Di napapagod, umaraw...

In the Steps of Jesus

Known for being the red light district of Singapore, Geylang’s streets are clad with women of different nations in their most marketable, skimpy outfits and with their faces painted with heavy make-up to enhance their features. Transgender people are also there to...

Fathering Mindanao

The story of Dave Magalong. It’s not all the time that my friends and I enjoy a treat of prime steak and mashed potatoes while listening, wide-eyed and intent, at a man whom God is raising to father Mindanao. Pastor Dave Magalong was once based in BF Homes, Paranaque,...

Small Things

There have been times when I prayed for something and God went, “You know what, I’ll do you one better.” When I prayed for a church, He gave me a community. When I prayed for friends so I wouldn’t be lonely, He gave me a husband. When we (my husband and I) prayed for...

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A Spoonful of Manna

Visiting the Poquiz Aeta Tribe (outreach ocular)

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