Our new series in church is 10X, all about the next generation. While listening to the preaching yesterday, I was close to tears. Aside from Ptr Jonathan’s touching story about his brave teenage daughter KC who went through so much as a child, operations for her cleft palate and scoliosis, bullying and isolation because sheContinue reading “10X”
Youth, singles. Please. Just stop. STOP…. S.elling yourself. You are not an item, a thing, a possession. You are not a piece of meat. Do not degrade or belittle yourself. You are valuable. Precious. Worth waiting for. Blood-bought by no less than the King of kings. Loved. Accepted. There is no need to advertise, toContinue reading “S.T.O.P.”
It’s such a joy to witness how children grow up. Kids I’ve known since they were little, like 2 years old or so, are now teenagers! One such kid is Trey Remulla. I met Trey when I became friends with his mom, Michelle, in 2001. He was 2 years old (met him before he turnedContinue reading “Witnessing Kids Grow Up”
In the last 6 years, there have been typhoons that caused major disasters in our country. 3 stick out in my mind. >;Milenyo in 2006. Danae, 11 months old, was in the hospital for Pneumonia when it hit. >;Ondoy in 2009. It was Noelle’s baby dedication the week it hit, and we went to CagayanContinue reading “On Typhoons, Disasters, and Kind Hearts”
Before we even met, King and I had already been serving in the youth ministry, and within those years in the kids ministry as well, though he became a Christian and started way before I did. When we got engaged and got married (a whirlwind, I must say), we also helped out with the singles.Continue reading “WHY WE LOVE THE YOUTH”
Once your relationship stands the TEST OF REALITY, you’ll see that it’s the best way to prepare for your marriage.
I’ve taken note of these conversations in the past months because they made me think. Campus missionary Francis Villanueva’s great preaching at youth service yesterday about LUSOT, LAKAD & LAGAY, pushed me to finally finish and post it. Me: Nae, don’t stand on that chair. Your sister will copy you. (a constant line in ourContinue reading “SOUND FAMILIAR?”
We were scheduled to fly to Busuanga on July 6. A few days before, I was perfectly healthy. Then I started sniffling on Monday, July 5. What a time to get sick! My mom and King were waiting on me to decide whether we should push through or not, seeing that I had not packedContinue reading “MY PALAWAN BIRTHDAY”
Do we think we already know everything there is to know about God? More importantly, do we think we’re so close to God that we can’t get any closer? Do we already know God’s next move, His plan?