I was never told to bring out a pen and a paper and then take down notes from the sermons in our church; I just saw it being consistently done by my discipler. No one was doing it in our church before. Everyone would just listen to our pastor and wait until the concluding or… Continue reading Caught, Not Taught
When waiting, failures, persecutions and cancelled plans come all together in one season, it’s natural to be frustrated, discouraged and bitter. I am in such a season and it’s so hard to be thankful and selfless when circumstances in it compel you to be otherwise. To persevere is the first thing I want to do… Continue reading Even When It’s Tough, Show Up
I first started journaling in 2010. My sister gave me this basic one-page-a-day planner as a Christmas gift. I kept it because she bought that gift out of her little school allowance. I thought it was really sweet. I was also in one of the busiest terms I had in college. I was doing my… Continue reading The Beauty of Intentional Journaling
Climbing a mountain was one of those bucket list moments for me. I wanted to join a trek to Mt. Pulag in 2015 and Mt. Pinatubo in 2016 but the plans always get cancelled. I have always been fascinated with the stories of Jesus purposefully going to and being at the mountains. More so, how… Continue reading Hiking Mount Masungi
This website has a new domain. It is no longer my name but three words from Genesis 22:3: Set out for. One may call this move as “rebranding” but nothing was really “established” in this blog for the past years so it can’t be rebranding. Perhaps, just a redirection. I do not plan the posts… Continue reading Leave Your Bags, Our Guide is Ready!