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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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Rosh Hashana

Rosh Hashana

Greetings to all! Int'l. Christian Embassy Jerusalem, Israel, is having a 72-hour "Rosh Hashanah" global prayer meeting from Sept. 17 (Thurs.) to Sept 20 (Sun.) with around 40-50 countries involved, including the Philippines. Please join our slot which is on Sept. 18...

For Such a Time as This

For Such a Time as This

EDITOR'S NOTE: This article was first published on June 3, 2017, by Tobiyah Carandang. We are re-publishing this to highlight the connection that the Philippines and Israel have with each other, especially since Rosh Hashana is coming up. Let us celebrate the Jewish...

Surviving Covid PART 2

Surviving Covid PART 2

I saw shadows in my room. We prayed and rebuked the spirits of infirmity in Jesus’ name, and then the shadows were gone. I thought, “How will they announce my death? How will they tell my sons that their mom is gone?” I started composing my own obituary and said, “Is...

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...

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...

Facing a Lion, a Bear, and a Goliath

Facing a Lion, a Bear, and a Goliath

By Drake Nikko Buzeta Assistant Pastor, WIN Better Living Read 1 Samuel 17:31-37 There was once a church in Germany that was forced to close down. Because of this, the pastor had to look for a job to support his family. One day, he was going through the classified ads...

Slave to Son

Slave to Son

The slave is a mere child born into a heritage of chains. He drags his bare feet across the hot ground, scabs on his knees, scratches on his arms. He owns nothing except the dusty tunic hanging like an oversized sack on his famished frame. He is no one. He is no...

Ayos Na, Naayos Pa!

Ayos Na, Naayos Pa!

Tapik ng bahagya sa balikat Bitaw ang salitang “ikaw ay sapat!” Hindi aawas, hindi rin kapos Basta’t ikaw ay ikaw-- tapos! Hilig sa pagmamahal ng pamilya Na kung sa suporta ay sobra-sobra Isabay pa ang mga kadugong may tiwala Sa aking kakayahang hindi lubos inakala...

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