In part 1, I introduced to you my friend, Jia, who wrote for us here on the blog. I’ve been wanting to feature people who, just like all of us, did not have any kind of preparation for experiencing words so foreign to us—quarantine, lockdown, pandemic—faced challenges in multiple aspects of life, yet somehow, have eventually managed to live life to the full and even make and take opportunities out of this season we’re all in. Read part 1 here if you haven’t.
We continue with the second half of the mindful and practical steps Jia took on her journey forward.
This post is a continuation of how the faith of Noah spoke to me, as he was cited on Hebrews 11:7. If you haven’t read the first part of this post, please read that one first here.
Because we named our son Noah AND I was not in the meeting when the speakers for a series of church activities was discussed, I was assigned to speak about the life of… Noah (from the bible). ? Sharing with you here some of my notes. We named our son Noah because the bible says Noah…
Quiet time: when it’s not the same as before, and facing the fact that it won’t ever be like before, at least for quite a while. At least for me.
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Hello, world! Since mommyhood came, it’s been a series of adjustments and transitions in pretty much all aspects of my life, hence another hiatus over here on the blog. Interestingly, amidst so many things I got to do in the past few months, it was also a time when I’ve been feeling like I haven’t…
“Sometimes I want to go out into the pool at night and challenge my faith to walk on water, literally,” I told the woman who was helping me in my walk with God. What she said I could never forget.
Fifth and final installment to my Esther series! See how God finished the story.
Fourth installment to my Esther series! Recall from my previous post that it was a “not yet” for Esther, even though it seemed like the two opportunities given to her by the king seemed like those were the only opportunities she would get. Good thing Esther was obedient and self-controlled. God had a better plan.
On February 2016, days after I started blogging about the loss of our first child, an acquaintance from church got in touch with me. That time, it was almost 2 years since her and her husband lost their firstborn due to the same rare condition we lost ours.