I Kneel Corrected

[Month 5 (Week 19-20): This post is part of the “6 Month Discipleship Plan” series] To say, “I stand corrected” is to admit that you said something that was not correct or that you did something wrong. I recently said this phrase to my thesis adviser and my boss at work.  I skipped a step in the process of coordinating with my thesis committee which … Continue reading I Kneel Corrected

Quiet But Not Isolated

I started writing/journaling a blog series here called “6-Month Discipleship Plan” last July for the purpose of reflection, reminder and even accountability. But I kind of missed out on posting anything this October. It is not that I have not been doing anything (quite the opposite actually!) but I have been intentionally quiet, and here’s why. I have been pretty drained lately — not the … Continue reading Quiet But Not Isolated

When Parents Are Against Their Faith in Jesus

[Month 3 (Week 13-14): This post is part of the “6 Month Discipleship Plan” series] I met this young teen a few months ago. She was raised by Muslim parents and grew up in accordance to their religious beliefs. Few months ago, she heard of the gospel. She eventually made a personal decision to receive Jesus in her life as Lord and Savior. I was hesitant … Continue reading When Parents Are Against Their Faith in Jesus

Depth, Not Breadth

[Month 3 (Week 11-12): This post is part of the “6 Month Discipleship Plan” series] More than a month ago, I found myself daydreaming for something bigger, specifically for ministry. I mean, if you’re going to hope or envision for something in the Lord, you gotta do it big, right? In Isaiah 54:2, it even says, “Enlarge the place of your tent, stretch your tent curtains … Continue reading Depth, Not Breadth

When We Underestimate the Gospel

[Month 2 (Week 9): This post is part of the “6 Month Discipleship Plan” series] It was not in our plan to lead high school students in Bible studies and fellowships. Sure, there was a secret desire for it some time ago, but it never occurred to us that it would happen this soon. But it did. God allowed it to happen this 2019. And … Continue reading When We Underestimate the Gospel