Growth over Completed Goals

The first half of the year is done, I thought it was a good idea to look back at my goals for the year to see where I’m succeeding and where I need to focus on more. Checking your progress is a good thing as it will keep you on track. I, for one, haveContinue reading “Growth over Completed Goals”

Nothing is Mine, All are Thine – A Poem

If I fret about the uncertain futureWatching, worrying as the days go darkerIf I start to question Your designRemind me that nothing is mine, all are Thine If I try to make sense of the chaosBring me on my knees at the feet of the CrossIncline my heart to abide in the VineRemind me thatContinue reading “Nothing is Mine, All are Thine – A Poem”

Goals over Resolutions

I’m pretty sure the thought of having a new year’s resolution came across your mind this January. We’re all excited for a fresh start, ready to begin day 1. But for some of us, new year’s resolution only lasts the first few months or even weeks. I am not an exception to that, I haveContinue reading “Goals over Resolutions”

Teaching in the Context of the Moment

I just finished reading “Don’t Make Me Count To Three” by Ginger Plowman and I learned a lot about giving biblical discipline to my children. There are a lot of good points in the book and I’m going to share one that stood out for me: it’s teaching in the context of the moment. AsContinue reading “Teaching in the Context of the Moment”

Sins of the Past

If you’re like me, you probably have moments when you think of the actions, words or behavior that you should not have done in the past and somehow you are reminded and bothered by it every now and then. Sins that we have committed, times when we turned away from God. These moments leave aContinue reading “Sins of the Past”

Thank God For The Things You Have And Lack

Adam and Eve was our Bible story the other night and it is just amazing how God can teach us timely lessons using stories that we have known and heard several times before. You know the story, right? God created Adam and Eve and were placed in the garden of Eden, filled with everything thatContinue reading “Thank God For The Things You Have And Lack”

Life Is Too Short To Hold On To Anger

Be ye angry, and sin not: let not the sun go down upon your wrath: Ephesians 4:26 How many times do we choose stay mad at someone for a long time? How did it affect you? Did it do you any good? Holding on to anger… will not only affect your relationships (yes with ‘s’Continue reading “Life Is Too Short To Hold On To Anger”

Am I Qualified To Start A Discipleship Ministry?

One of the many reasons or excuses that I’ve heard from Christians on why they don’t have a discipleship ministry or why they’re afraid to start one is this, “I AM NOT QUALIFIED TO DO IT!” I also thought about that as soon as our professor in Evangelism and Discipleship told us to look forContinue reading “Am I Qualified To Start A Discipleship Ministry?”

How Important Is A Discipleship Ministry?

Several years ago, when I took up a 1-year course at Bob Jones Memorial Bible College, I learned about discipleship and its importance. It was included in the Evangelism subject that I took. I must admit, I have almost zero knowledge about the discipleship ministry. I always thought that our involvement in the great commissionContinue reading “How Important Is A Discipleship Ministry?”

Grace For Every Step: Motherhood day-by-day

“Behold, children are a heritage from the Lord, the fruit of the womb a reward.” Psalm 127:3 Heritage and reward, what a beautiful way to describe our children. Though having children is a gift from God, it definitely is a challenge. As parents, particularly mothers, we are here to take care of not just theContinue reading “Grace For Every Step: Motherhood day-by-day”