Archive for the ‘thought to ponder’ Category

(As shared in University of San Carlos – Main Campus, September 29,2016)

Champion. What is a champion? (more…)

(As shared on September 24, 2016 in Gloria Maris, Greenhills)

Engagement varies in different cultures but Biblically, we see it as early as Genesis. Abraham, gave specific instructions to his servant on looking for a bride for Isaac. The book of Ecclesiastes also states “Two are better than one, because they have a good reward for their toil.” (Ecc. 4:9) (more…)

Someone asked me how do we balance stewardship (focusing on eternity) and honoring God (through studying). Here’s my view… (more…)

Oh wow. How time flies. Was it just a year ago when I celebrated going pass 30? Here are a few thoughts as I turned 32.

#1 I’m grateful that the Lord has called me into His service.

Just as Paul mentioned in Ephesians 3:8…

though I am the very least of all the saints, this grace was given, to preach to the Gentiles the unsearchable riches of Christ…


We are called to be missionaries, whether intentional or not.

That is how I feel. Being the least of the saints. Why would God choose me with all my faults and failures? I am still overwhelmed that He would allow me to preach. But I am reminded that it is a CALLING. Hence, it is my prayer that I be found faithful in this area. (more…)

The gentleman went up the podium. He was going to deliver a message, more so, like a father sharing to a child. Scratch that. It’s like a grandfather talking to his grandchildren. The feel of Moses telling Joshua his last words before going home. This man spent more than two decades in the Philippines as a missionary. Who would have thought a math teacher would one day be used by the Lord to teach theology in the pearl of the Orient seas.

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Graduates, tomorrow you have a new name. Whatever you do tomorrow will reflect the name of your school. (more…)

I had a conversation about “crimes” we committed in our entire lifetime. In building relationships, we come to a time where we exposed our vulnerabilities, and that includes being honest about who we were in the past. That way, when we come clean, we don’t have to keep looking behind us because we know that our past has a way of haunting us, if we don’t deal with it.

Take it in the case of Mike Ross.

I have been watching the show, SUITS, since season one (as of this writing, they’re on season four). The series talks about a guy who pretends to be a lawyer and then his lies grow bigger and bigger to a point that a whole firm is in jeopardy because of him (and as long as he doesn’t get caught, the show will continue).

Here are a few things we can learn from suits…

I was listening to a song by Nick Jonas, the line goes…


We can be listening to the song and it speaks volume when it comes to relationships. The lover can be possessive. In this case, we call it as it is…jealous. (more…)