Internet : The Millenials’ Stronghold

Internet : The Millenials’ Stronghold

Generation Y, the people born between late 1980s and early 2000s, grew up with technology and treated it as one of the precious commodity. Internet, one of the biggest innovations of technology, was almost treated by this generation as a […]

What If Your Loved One Takes His Own Life?

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By Yay Padua-Olmedo Do you know of someone who tried and succeeded to end his life? Teenage suicides have grown exponentially worldwide―with bullying, including cyber-bullying, as one of the major factors. A website (save.org) notes that suicide is the tenth […]

Are You Healthy or Fat?

Are You Healthy or Fat?

There is a thin line between being healthy and being overweight. One must be conscious on his/her lifestyle to avoid certain diseases in the future. Micah, a former bulimic, shares her testimony on how she overcame her insecurities, “Sobrang payat […]

Hacked in Seconds: Free Wi-Fi Can Cost You Big

Hacked in Seconds: Free Wi-Fi Can Cost You Big

DALLAS — Think of the last time you surfed the web on public Wi-Fi while enjoying a cappuccino, eating a meal, or waiting for a plane. Now think of the information you entered: your password, credit card info, maybe even […]

Remember His Goodness!

Remember His Goodness!

by Yay Padua-Olmedo How’s your RQ (remembering quotient) ? If you’re a gorgeous senior like me trying to salvage whatever’s left of your youth by taking health supplements, you sometimes find yourself asking: “Did I take them or didn’t I? […]

Use Praise as a Weapon of Warfare

Use Praise as a Weapon of Warfare

by Gordon Robertson A friend from Malaysia recently called to say he felt impressed by the Lord to pray for America. He shared an encouraging word from 2 Chronicles 20—the story of how King Jehoshaphat led his nation to a great victory through prayer […]

MBA: Master at Being Alive

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by Yay Padua-Olmedo I take my hat off to them: Those who never tire of  studying or going to school. In the university where I teach, when someone says, “Doctor,” almost everyone in the faculty room would turn to acknowledge […]

Under Control

Under Control

by Yay Padua-Olmedo He (or they) must be pretty smart―whoever makes things seem easy-breezy and orderly at airports. Fly with me to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), California, the United States’ second busiest airport and the fourth worldwide. Its 2013 […]

Forced To? Chose To?

Forced To? Chose To?

by Jojo Baldo An Oppressive Edict  During the Roman occupancy, a law provided every Roman citizen senyorito privileges. Any Israelite could be compelled to carry for a Roman anything for at least one mile: farm products, pail of water, a […]

His Mercies Are New Every Morning

His Mercies Are New Every Morning

I get so unpredictable at times. I guess, everyone of us has that side of himself that gets so annoying sometimes. It’s funny that the more I become conscious about it, the more I begin to fail, the more I […]

Disruptive

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by  Yay Padua-Olmedo What would tend to disrupt your day? The dictionary says something is “disruptive” if it creates disorder or confusion. It does not refer to mere interruption―which just breaks the continuity or uniformity of a process. Disruption connotes […]

Model Kylie Bisutti Redefines Beauty

Model Kylie Bisutti Redefines Beauty

Former Victoria’s Secret model Kylie Bisutti discusses her transition out of modeling because of the conflict between her faith and the fashion industry’s treatment of women. Originally posted in CBN.com    

Seven Deadly Food

Seven Deadly Food

Here’s a list of food that can compromise your health. Check if any of these is your favorite: 1) French Fries 2) Ice cream and doughnuts 3) Hamburger 4) Iced Tea 5) Junk Foods 6) Instant Noodles 7) Sweetened Pork […]

Sobering Thought

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by Yay Padua-Olmedo In just a few blinks, life can take you on a tail spin ride—from humdrum to convoluted, from luxurious to impoverished, from sane to nutty—or vice versa. All it takes is one incident—a fire, a life threatening […]

Stress-Free: Heal Yourself with Generosity

Stress-Free: Heal Yourself with Generosity

by Lorie Johnson, CBN News From preventing cancer and heart disease to building self-esteem, overwhelming evidence proves generosity is good for your mental and physical health. Dr. Michael McKee, a psychologist at Cleveland Clinic, develops ways to enhance the inner […]