Best Gifts Come through Relentless Prayers | Elisha Espiña Testimony

Best Gifts Come through Relentless Prayers | Elisha Espiña Testimony

Is there anything too hard for the Lord? If you will only believe, God can do much more in your life. Be blessed by the story of Elisha Joy Espiña, a 9-year-old beneficiary of Operation Blessing (OB) Cebu Surgical. During infancy, Elisha’s mother noticed that something was not right with her eyes. She was soon diagnosed with Strabismus, which her mother also […]

The Power of Prayer – Operation Blessing PH Disaster Relief for Lawin Survivors

The Power of Prayer – Operation Blessing PH Disaster Relief for Lawin Survivors

How vital it is that we pray armed with the knowledge that God is in heaven. Our voice matters in heaven. God listens to every painful plea of His people. If we truly believe in our hearts that God hears us, then He promises to rescue us and help us in times of need. Aling Huling was in the ricefields […]

A Legacy of Prayer

A Legacy of Prayer

“Again, truly I tell you that if two of you on earth agree about anything you ask for, it will be done for you by my Father in heaven.  For where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them.”  –  Matthew 18:19-20 When the disciples came to Jesus with the request, “Lord, teach us to pray,” […]

Prayer Steps: Stop, Look, and Listen

Prayer Steps: Stop, Look, and Listen

CBN.com – Can we apply a few simple steps to our everyday prayer life? Let’s take a look at them. When you make a decision, do you rush ahead or do you STOP and evaluate the situation by asking God for His opinion? Do you LOOK at all the pro’s and con’s? Do you LISTEN to that still small voice by getting […]

Peace: Finding God’s Complete Rest For Your Life

Peace: Finding God’s Complete Rest For Your Life

It’s a search that drives men and nations to great extremes: the search for peace. So much of our time, energy and resources are consumed with trying to find and keep peace with family members, friends and neighbors. But often, no matter how hard we try, peace eludes us. The war in our minds and hearts rages on and on. Where […]

Chika Less, Pray More

Chika Less, Pray More

By Yay Padua-Olmedo What do women engage in most when they gather? Make chika (small talk), naturally.  Some productive talkers probably even max their daily quota of 50,000 words per pax.  Wouldn’t it be nice if we gather more to study His Word and to pray? So rather than endless chikahan, let’s pray, worship, praise and thank God.  If we […]

Ask In Faith, Expect An Answer!

Ask In Faith, Expect An Answer!

CBN.com – Five Faith-Building Steps To A Powerful Prayer Life 1. Endure: Don’t lose heart. Keep praising God for His goodness. (James 1:1-4) James encourages us to “consider it all joy” when we encounter trials that test our faith. That may sound difficult. But as we endure these trials, pressing on in faith and believing God has our best interests […]

CBN Asia Family of Ministries Pays Tribute to the #Fallen44 PNP-SAF

CBN Asia Family of Ministries Pays Tribute to the #Fallen44 PNP-SAF

The 700 Club Asia pays tribute to the #Fallen44 PNP Special Action Force (SAF) members. Let us continue to pray for their FAMILIES, that they may find comfort and strength in the Lord; for the NATION, for peace to reign in Mindanao; and our LEADERS, for humility, wisdom and unity.  

Tough Question: Losing a Loved One

Image credit: Grief and Loss by Thomas8047

Concerned Friend asks: Recently my friend lost her beloved mother to cancer, and since then she’s been in deep depression. What do I tell my friend to cheer her up? The CBN Asia Center says: First, allow your friend to go through the process of grieving. In Ecclesiastes, it talks about a season for every activity under the sun. There is a […]

Bring It On

Bring It On

Pat Robertson answers your questions QUESTION: I’ve heard preachers say that when you pray to the Lord, you only have to state your request once, and you shouldn’t repeat the same request. Is it okay to say the same prayer more than once? ANSWER: There’s a misunderstanding among some preachers today. Let’s say a teenager who is old enough to drive asks her father, “Daddy, can I borrow […]

Freedom and Hope in the Loving Arms of God

Freedom and Hope in the Loving Arms of God

By Haven Garcia, Volunteer Writer Left in fear, pain, doubt and vulnerability, Rosalie* of Cavite found herself caught up in chaos and locked up in a lonely prison of desperation where she thought she could never escape. Freedom was nowhere to be found. Rosalie’s Wilderness A long-time Christian, an active member of the church and a Sunday school teacher, Rosalie thought […]

Sa Pagpapalaki ng Anak,  Ang Magulang Dapat ang Pinaka-taimtim Magdasal (part 2)

Sa Pagpapalaki ng Anak,  Ang Magulang Dapat ang Pinaka-taimtim Magdasal (part 2)

By Avelynn Garcia  In the previous article, we talked about the importance of prayer in the family. We also discussed 2 simple ways on how to teach your children about prayer.  Here are two more ways:  3. Show your children that prayers really work. Every time God will bless us, we always see to it that we tell our children […]

Sa Pagpapalaki ng Anak, ang Magulang Dapat ang Pinaka-taimtim Magdasal (Part 1)

Sa Pagpapalaki ng Anak,  ang Magulang Dapat ang Pinaka-taimtim Magdasal (Part 1)

By Avelynn Garcia  To be able to raise unleashed children, ang mga magulang dapat ang  pinaka-taimtim magdasal sa pamilya. This is one of the principles we discussed in our book entitled “Unleash the Highest Potential of Your Child”.  According to Matt Slick: “Prayer is the practice of the presence of God. It is the place where pride is abandoned, hope […]

Redeeming the Holiday Traffic

Redeeming the Holiday Traffic

by Felichi Pangilinan-Buizon, host The 700 Club Asia Perhaps it is the outrageously high number of commuters residing in Metro Manila, or the migration of shoppers from other provinces, or the increase in year-end events that has heightened rush hour (an inappropriate term for our part of the world…maybe drag hours is more suitable) traffic. Whatever it is, it is […]

First Stop

First Stop

About a week ago on our way to my mother-in-law, as we passed a dark portion of the highway, we did not see that there was a break on the road. There was a gap in the concrete that both tires on the right side of the car fell into and we suffered a double flat in the middle of […]