Two weeks after graduation, I entered courtship with Daniel, got engaged after a year, got married after 5 months. In my 4 years of marriage, we now have 2 wonderful children and have lived in 3 cities- Manila, Chicago, San Diego, and now back in Manila. We are now on our 3rd apartment with our… Read More Transition (pa more)
Written from a recent day. Earlier, I was trying to put Judah and Alonzo to sleep. Both of them still get their afternoon naps. Apparently, it was not happening because of a glass of dalandan juice. These boys, they crawled over me, threw themselves over me, wrestled together, laughed, giggled, cried, jumped on the bed,… Read More This Stage and a Mom’s Productivity
Clearly, this blog is for Christians, Christ-followers, believers. It contains hard truth. My husband blogged about 3 Questions You Need to Ask before Entertaining a Non-Christian Suitor and it would be great if you read it as well. Before anything else, let me submit to you that the Bible is crystal clear about this matter and 100%… Read More What’s Really at Stake When We Get into a Relationship with a Non-Christian
Have you ever missed out on something important? What was the feeling? Probably frustration, regret and the like. In my house, it happens a lot. When I am doing something, the kids go quiet, and there I discover that they’ve done something unlikely. Other times even when I am watching them, I blink, and something… Read More Lest We Drift
A hands-on mom is always expected. I have never encountered a mother who have not changed the diapers, gave a bath, or fed her little one. But a dad who isn’t hands-on is very common in our society. Perhaps the weight of responsibility for security and financial provision is already enough burden for fathers, that… Read More Hands-on Dad
Few years ago, I encountered a verse that would change how I view my emotions forever. I was reminded of this verse when it was preached last Sunday in the church. Genesis 4:3-7 So it came about in the course of time that Cain brought an offering to the LORD of the fruit of the… Read More Mastering Emotions
Two weeks ago, I was given the privilege to speak to women youth leaders of my home church Victory Malate during a breakout session at a camp held in Laguna. It was purposed to be a teaching time about the challenges a young woman leader would face regarding specific issues. One word that we tackled… Read More Predecisions.