A Smile Nearer Than A Mile

The Eye of the Storm

Wish

A Lesson from the First Palm Sunday

What Makes a Better Christian?

Perfect Strength

The Greatest Gift of All

When No One Cares, God Cares

Surpassing Storms

Christianity and Corruption

What is My Purpose?

Keep the Love Alive

Let Us Adore Him

The Man Who Knocked at my Door

Kumpletong Kalayaan

Ang Mapang-aliping Kasalanan

Ang Pagsunod kay Cristo

The Priceless Value of Salvation

Naganap Na!

Disconnected

A Smile for a Soul

Love Thy Neighbor

We Are Eagles!

What Ails You?

Truly Blessed

A Tough Choice

Keeping My Salvation

God says a Little Later

Be With Them

Rescue the Dying Soul

Too Busy to Pray?

Bailed out!

Choosing the Right Path

January 25, 2016

A Smile Nearer Than A Mile

By Meg Fernandez
I am always attached to mothers. Not that I don’t have one. Maybe it is because I have gotten the habit of understanding their deepest sentiments. I am always curious to know what lies beyond their busy household chores and mundane domesticated kind of life. This attachment has grown inside me. From being obsessive to understand my own mother, the choices she has made and the choices she ...
July 15, 2015

The Eye of the Storm

By Anne Co
Terror filled my eyes when darkness swallowed the once blue sky. The night became the king of the sky. Flashes of lightning scarred the face of the clouds. The deafening thunder roared throughout the heavens. Cold sweat emerged from the palm of my hands when I felt the chill of the approaching wind. My heart grew faint when the harrowing winds stripped away all that I had. Nothing was left to ...
April 09, 2015

Wish

By Karissa Chavez
Living in the world of mundane minds- this is how our everyday normally goes. Notice how a burning desire pushes someone to grab hold of it when a want arises. Eveything is never enough and will never be. I realized that to cure this, we must look past these earthly objects. A professor once said, “the reason why man is unhappy is because he is not contented”. These words echo my mind ...
March 25, 2015

A Lesson from the First Palm Sunday

By Marlon Miciano
The next day the great crowd that had come for the Feast heard that Jesus was on his way to Jerusalem. They took palm branches and went out to meet him, shouting, "Hosanna! " "Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord!" "Blessed is the King of Israel!" (John 12:12-13 NIV) This was the first celebration of Palm Sunday. A great crowd, composed mostly of disciples, gathered to glorify Jesus ...
March 20, 2015

What Makes a Better Christian?

By Ini Camitan
“I know I am a Christian but I don’t know what a Christian is.”  This is an unspoken yet a very prevalent paradox in the Christian world of today. Many people claim they are Christian yet they seem to know less about being one. Neither do they know the real meaning of the term nor the practices and traits of a (true) Christian. Christian(s) was first mentioned in the Bible ...
January 26, 2015

Perfect Strength

By Sofia Kezia Cabaro
The creation of towers, buildings and high end infrastructures marked one of the most significant benchmarks in the history of engineering and architecture. The sturdiest bridge paved the way for of the most unforgettable sceneries of all times and stories made for a lifetime. Technological advancements and automations on the other hand, intruded even the youngest of the minds. These are just some ...
December 15, 2014

The Greatest Gift of All

By Orly Ibarbia
In the classic Christmas song “The Twelve Days of Christmas,” there was someone who tried to calculate how much it would cost to give this gift. The grand total came to about $15,000. Some items were affordable like the partridge in a pear tree for $35. Two turtle doves were the twelve drummers drumming for $1,000. And the price really rose when it got to twelve lords-a-leaping for ...
September 26, 2014

When No One Cares, God Cares

By Aries De Vera
Have you ever felt like no one cared for you? Sometimes in this life, we felt that no one is there to reach us in times of our needs. A time when we feel all alone and been contained in our own island. Sorrows begin to mock you and spoil your confidence. The rhythm in our body starts to bow down and we feel agitated and busted. Sadness overcrowds our feelings and our mind is being out ...
September 19, 2014

Surpassing Storms

By Aries De Vera
You think you’ve got it bad, huh! Bad enough to take someone’s life away… (even if it’s your very own). What happened, anyway? Wait, let me guess: favorite rabbit died? Or, maybe you failed your Filipino exams today. No? Your movie review then. No electricity. Your girlfriend broke up with you. Car accident along the highway. Business suffered tremendous loss. Paper cut ...
May 19, 2014

Christianity and Corruption

By Marlon Miciano
The recent news of government officials involved in corruption is truly bothering. As Filipinos, we have prided ourselves as the only predominantly Christian nation in Asia. Are not the politicians involved also men and women who consider themselves as “Christians”? If so, then Filipinos must also question the very religious institutions to which these politicians adhere to. One root ...