My Struggle Against Overindulgence and Laziness

After a month-long leadership training in 2017, I gradually gained weight. I stopped working out, and I just ate what I wanted to eat and when I wanted to eat it. I justified my actions with lack of time but in reality, it was lack of discipline. I could not see self-indulgence and laziness as problems because I did not want to acknowledge them for … Continue reading My Struggle Against Overindulgence and Laziness

When You Feel Like Giving Up, Don’t Put Your Faith on Your Feelings

I have been doing my Master’s thesis for the past 16 months. I usually do it in the wee hours of the night since I have my corporate job and ministry schedules. When there is a deadline, I would only get around 2 to 3 hours of sleep in preparation for another day’s grind. So I would be lying if I told you that doing … Continue reading When You Feel Like Giving Up, Don’t Put Your Faith on Your Feelings

When Coronavirus Does Not Make Sense

To say that this global pandemic is a deal breaker is an understatement. Moment by moment, the world is adjusting its systems around it — to surpass it and to solve it. Words will not be enough to comfort those who are grieving or struggling at this point in time. I can only imagine what it is like to suddenly lose someone you love because … Continue reading When Coronavirus Does Not Make Sense

When God Says, “Wait A Little More”

  I have been praying for something personal for almost six years now.  I have cried to God about it, pleaded week in and out for it, and desperately sought God about it. And four months ago, I prayed that it would happen in December. I have two close friends and an accountability partner who know about this specific prayer, and I am grateful that … Continue reading When God Says, “Wait A Little More”