Christian Walk · Life Lessons

Lord, Heal Our Land

In less than a year, national election here in the Philippines will take place. The issues on politics, government officials, graft and corruption and terrorist attacks have never been silent. People are being used with the natural disasters happening all around the country, plus, the earthquake scare which is expected to occur any time from… Continue reading Lord, Heal Our Land

Finance · Life Lessons

WW: Financial Management

<<< Previous Session: Time Management >>> As a continuation of CCF Welcome Wednesdays catalyst on stewardship, ‘WHAT’S IN YOUR BAG?’, I am glad to share my key takeaways from last night's session about Financial Management, with Pastor Joby Soriano. Do you think you are part of the rich people, which covers only 10% of the whole world's population? Is it… Continue reading WW: Financial Management

Favorites · Personalities

5 Reasons Why I Like “The PSL” (Pocket-Sized Libero, Jersey #3: Jheck Dionela)

One fine day, my friend randomly told me that he's attracted with three volleyball players namely Southlyn Ramos, Jheck Dionela and Mika Reyes. My fingers automatically searched for these three in order for me to give my opinion. All are pretty and seems famous, but this cute little lady got my whole attention. Little did… Continue reading 5 Reasons Why I Like “The PSL” (Pocket-Sized Libero, Jersey #3: Jheck Dionela)

Life Lessons · Personal Leadership

Debunking the Myth, Part 1: Why you need not be “great” by now

“Not for greatness, but for meaning. Not for a legacy, but for a purpose.”

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A scene in the hugely popular meet-cute film, “That Thing Called Tadhana,” shows the two protagonists reminiscing about their days in university when one of them poses a rhetorical question:

Shouldn’t we be great by now?

Oh, how the twenty-something me would agree! I don’t know how it started, but this phenomenon’s been going on for ages now that gets young people all worked up about the things they must accomplish by age 30. “Earn my first million,” “Become established in my career,” “Get married” and “Buy my first car/house…” Sounds familiar, er, painful? Little wonder that at 25, the so-called “quarter life crisis” ensues — that period of self-doubt and panic when one realizes, at 25, that he actually still doesn’t know what he wants to do with his life and how to even start to get to those by-age-30 goals that he set for himself. So he gets…

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Books · Favorites

Quotable Quotes from the Book ‘Think Like Jesus’ By George Barna

“A biblical worldview is thinking like Jesus. It is a way of making our faith practical to every situation we face each day. A biblical worldview is a way of dealing with the world such that we act like Jesus twenty-four hours a day because we think like Jesus.” “It’s like having a pair of… Continue reading Quotable Quotes from the Book ‘Think Like Jesus’ By George Barna