All I Need…

From the song "All I Need, I Have Found in Jesus" My faith is not in the healing, it's in the Healer. My joy is not in the gift, it's in the Giver. My peace is not in the comfort, it's in the Comforter. All I need, I have found in Jesus. It's a rough... Continue Reading →

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How God Has Been Good in The First Year of our Journey Towards Recovery

It has been a year when a devastating truth surfaced in my marriage. It was a time I can remember as one of the deepest moments in my life. I was only hoping against hope because everything seems uncertain and fearful. Now, after a year, that moment becomes a memorial of God's faithfulness and goodness.... Continue Reading →

Same Failures, Different Responses

It's about Judas and Peter. Both betrayed Jesus. Both eventually realized the gravity of their failures,  but their responses afterwards were different. Judas repented but then hanged himself. Peter confessed his mistake, repented, and had a revived relationship with the Lord. The mention of these two individuals in our Sonday school this morning was a... Continue Reading →

Are You Enjoying “All Things”?

What part of your life's journey are you in right now? Are you enjoying it? While asking God to give my husband and I wisdom and guidance regarding a business opportunity that is opening up for us, I was led to the verses in 1 Timothy 6.  This one verse speaks louder than the rest:... Continue Reading →

Am I a Joyful Mother?

I'm a mother since 2008. As the world celebrates Mother's Day this Sunday, I'm thinking about my journey as a mother. It's not an easy road, with all the responsibilities, pressures, and stresses related to motherhood. But even though the journey of being a mother is tiresome, I still consider being a mother as one of... Continue Reading →

A Decade of Grace

For our anniversary today, we're offering this e-book in PDF format to all who have subscribed and will subscribe today. A  Decade of Grace contains poems and articles of marriage reflections from our 10 years of union... by God's  grace for His glory! If you would like a copy of this, kindly fill-up the form below and... Continue Reading →

It’s Friday, But Sonday’s Coming

It's Friday of the Holy Week, and although many Bible scholars believe that the day Jesus was crucified was on Wednesday, the majority considers this day as the "saddest" day throughout the week. Why? Friday is deemed the day when people during Jesus' time lost all hope after seeing their  Savior crucified. Today, people all over... Continue Reading →

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