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Ate Lita: the Role Model Believer

I received news yesterday that ate Arcelita “Lita” Piloton has finally joined the Lord on the other side of eternity. Ate Lita started attending our church earlier this decade, as she had been working as a store aide/household helper in … Continue reading

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What makes one truly wise? (a Christmas reflection)

Our passage in Church last Sunday was from Matthew 2 – the story about the wise men’s visit to the child Jesus, as well as king Herod’s plans to kill him. While the message was certainly loaded with facts and … Continue reading

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“Panginoong Hesus, kay buti Mo.”

*Warning: personal post written in the vernacular* Pumapadyak ako noon patungo sa opisina. Sabado yun. Nagmamadali ako para masulit ang aking “half day” OTY para magbawas ng mga nakatambak na trabaho. Sa pagmamadali, hindi ako nakapag-gugol ng panahon sa pananalangin. … Continue reading

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Ang Huwad na Guro

*Sermon delivered at the DIliman Campus Bible Church Tagalog Service last March 18, 2018. Noong nakaraang linggo, nakatanggap ako ng mensahe sa facebook mula sa aking nanay. Ang sabi, hindi na daw paparahin ng mga MMDA ang mga sasakyan na … Continue reading

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“Hu u?” 1 Pedro 2:4-12

*Sermon delivered to the Diliman Campus Bible Church last January 28, 2018 Kapag ang ating kausap sa text ay hindi na-recognize ang ating number, madalas niyang tinatanong ang “Hu u?” o “Sino po sila?” Madalas ay sinasagot natin ang tanong … Continue reading

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Living out your vows

It’s good to be back from a long hiatus. Thesis and wedding preparations have taken up much of my time during the past half year or so. One of the things that popped up often during our many mini marriage … Continue reading

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Incubated Confessions

//It’s ironic how this thought has itself been incubated for quite a while… It’s been more than a month since I jotted down the outline for this post.// Under ideal conditions, bacteria can double their population every 20 minutes. So, … Continue reading

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