I wonder what good things will come out of this Covid-19 pandemic? Are we all going to be experts on several things such as making tiktok clips, creating youtube videos, uploading online sermons, zoom meetings, and probably hoarding toilet papers? Are we going to be healthier, better ourselves when we are sick, and become masters … Continue reading David and Goliath: Pandemic Edition
“How lucky I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard.” – Winnie the Pooh As the years go by, I am learning to say goodbye. I am blessed that I had an outstanding therapist that provided great assistance on how to cope well with goodbyes. Recently, I went through another month long … Continue reading Meet me
I have been attending Skyline Church Young Adult Sunday Night services. The Dream Again series has been reminding me of the dream that God gave me. The dream of young people changing from ordinary clothes to white robes. A dream about shepherding. A dream about changing lives. However, just like Joseph in the Bible, there … Continue reading Dream Again
Are you willing to understand someone’s point of view before stating your own? Conflict happens because of misunderstanding. It occurs when an opposing belief, opinion, or a statement differ against another’s perspective. Conflicts result in wars, divorce, broken relationships, and even death. Conflict is damaging when it is handled poorly. Marriage ends up in divorce. … Continue reading Conflict
“Many people go through their entire life never speaking words to another human being that come out of what is deepest within them, and most people never hear words that reach all the way into that deep place we call the soul” (13). Larry Crabb wants readers, leaders, and the church to embrace a … Continue reading Soul Talk: What is Your Deepest Pain?
Christians, we are the light of the world that cannot be hidden. However, most of us remain inside the church. If the widows, the homeless, the orphans, the sick, the forgotten, the lames, and the hurting are living outside of church, do we wait for them to come inside, or we go out and shine … Continue reading The light shines brightest in the darkness
Praying is essential in Christian life. However, there was a time when I needed to do more; I asked for help. I have a heart for people with mental illness. I can’t compare my situation with others because mental illness varies with people. For some, it can be a lifetime battle. Some are getting better, … Continue reading When I did more than just pray
Reminder: This is a diary entry. It is what I feel at the moment. If it encourages you, I am grateful. I have mistrust/abuse and abandonment issues. When something traumatic happens at a very young age, the young developing mind tries to understand something that is hard to comprehend so the brain develops maladaptive coping … Continue reading Diary Entry: Abuse and Abandonment Issues
I always wanted to write a letter just like Apostle Paul did to the early church. Now, that I can blog and know more about the Epistles, I want to try it out. Jireh, servant of Jesus Christ. To all God’s holy people, saint, leaders, and to my beloved family. Grace and peace to you … Continue reading Letter to the Church [Fan Fiction Style]
“One hundred fifty years.” It is the number of years for Christianity to be settled in the New World. Today, there are missionaries around the world that are still expanding the kingdom of God. Missionaries are abandoning their old life to assimilate themselves into a new environment in order to spread the gospel. Missionaries are … Continue reading College Essay: How Did Christianity Come to America?