The Humble Harlot

Jane knew that her life was not a good one. She knew how many men had been on top of her, she knew that she had no family, and she knew that if she were to die today no one would really care. She knew the life she led.

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Christopher Lao: A Victim of Social Media

Christopher Lao rose to fame when an incident of him driving his car through the flood was shot and televised by the GMA 7 night news, 24 Oras. (video is found here)  As you can see in the video, he braved the flood without knowing that his car would float because of it's depth and current. He [...]

The Uncultivated Heart

There's a saying inside our church, a reminder to everyone who is heavily involved in ministry, it goes something like this, "Do not neglect your vineyard". It's a stern reminder to all of us, workers, leaders, and ministry heads, our vineyard is our priority. The vineyard means our hearts, it usually refers to the state [...]

Facebook vs. Google+

Since the dawn of time (or broadband, whichever sounds dramatic to you), social networking has already been there. Whether it be Friendster, MySpace, Linkdln, Twitter, Facebook or Google+, social networking has always been present. Facebook and Twitter are the most widely used social networking websites these days. When Friendster (hey remember that?) turned into gaming [...]

Beloved

It's the start of yet another month. And this month, I would focus my devotions on LOVE. What LOVE is and what LOVE is not. What it looks like, what it feels like, but more importantly, how it is applied. 1 Corinthians 13:4 says that Love is patient. Love is patient before anything else. Love [...]