Absolute Reliance on God: Traveling Missionary’s Lifestyle

“Our heavenly Father has a thousand ways to provide for us, of which we know nothing.” ― Ellen G. White “If it’s God’s will, it’s His bill”. Whenever Kuya Gem … Continue reading “Absolute Reliance on God: Traveling Missionary’s Lifestyle”

How to Travel Selflessly and Efficiently

I met Ephraim Arriesgado during the One Year in Mission – SSD training in Manila two years ago. Even though I’ve joined their compassion campaigns, I didn’t know him much. … Continue reading “How to Travel Selflessly and Efficiently”

A Visit to the Lonely Lion Part 2

It’s not in the blogosphere where I first bumped into this creative writer. I got acquainted with his articles in CQ (Collegiate Quarterly) many years ago. It’s just surprising how we end up collaborating. … Continue reading “A Visit to the Lonely Lion Part 2”

A Visit to the Lonely Lion

It’s not in the blogosphere where I first bumped into this creative writer. I got acquainted with his articles in CQ (Collegiate Quarterly) many years ago. It’s just surprising how we end up collaborating. … Continue reading “A Visit to the Lonely Lion”

Confessions of a Closetholic

“I honestly feel as though I’ve run an obstacle course to get here. In fact, I think, they should list shopping as a cardiovascular activity. My heart never beats as … Continue reading “Confessions of a Closetholic”

BALIk Tanaw: The Doctor is In…donesia

I’ve heard his name many times in the past years. The surge of curiosity about Serge finally subsided when we’re formally introduced to each other by another violinist friend, Michael, after … Continue reading “BALIk Tanaw: The Doctor is In…donesia”

Who Says Being a Christian is Boring?

Time flies! It’s been six months ago when I first met Violaine. It was providential, and I’ve been very grateful that God allowed our paths to have crossed. If you … Continue reading “Who Says Being a Christian is Boring?”

40th Milo Marathon and a Decade in Between

“Slow down I could; STOP, I never would!” This has been my personal mantra since I started running seriously. Distance running is what I meant when I said serious running. … Continue reading “40th Milo Marathon and a Decade in Between”

Of Book Stop Project and Bookworm’s KILIGayahan

“Books are the quietest and most constant of friends; they are the most accessible and wisest of counselors, and the most patient of teachers.” ― Charles William Eliot It’s the … Continue reading “Of Book Stop Project and Bookworm’s KILIGayahan”

A Winemaker Transformed as a Farmer in God’s Vineyard

There is no limit to the usefulness of one who, putting self aside, makes room for the working of the Holy Spirit upon his heart and lives a life wholly … Continue reading “A Winemaker Transformed as a Farmer in God’s Vineyard”