I facilitated a class of graduating students few Saturdays ago in De La Salle University (DLSU). I was given two weeks to prepare for this class. But I roughly had a day of preparation because I was swamped by other things. This facilitation is part of an on-going assessment of me for a part-time role… Continue reading When A Student Gets Emotional Because of the Question, “How Are You?”
God recently gave us an amazing privilege to facilitate a workshop to more than 95 senior high school students in a campus in Manila. And by “us”, I mean our church family. Even though the 18 of us came from two ministry areas, there was an unspoken teamwork to a common goal: preach the gospel.… Continue reading Why A Common Goal Matters: What I Learnt In Front of 95+ Souls
One of the most frequent questions I get from Christians who happen to be student-athletes and/or graduating students goes something like this: “Ate, gusto ko naman talaga din mag-disciple like Jesus pero nalulunod napo ako sa acads at training." (“I actually want to disciple like Jesus but I am already sinking from my acads and… Continue reading Is It Still Possible To Honor God Make Disciples Even If I’m A Stressed-out Student-Athlete or Graduating Student?
The Filipinos have been talking, preparing and praying about a typhoon since the beginning of the past week. This typhoon was described as the strongest tropical cyclone worldwide in 2018, so far. Nationwide board exams, college admission tests, flights and office work were all canceled, and evacuations and warnings were advised. With the heartbreaking memories… Continue reading Answered Prayers Amidst A Squall
I am writing this because I love you. Though this will put me out of my comfort zone, I am far more concerned of being judged by and accountable to God than just telling you what you want to hear. I am more concerned of how God views our hearts and lives than just showing… Continue reading To The Friend Who Isn’t Taking Jesus Seriously