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5 Ways to Rebuild a Broken Relationship with Your Dad this Father’s Day

5 Ways to Rebuild a Broken Relationship with Your Dad this Father’s Day

Father’s Day can be a difficult holiday for many people, for many different reasons. Most people grew up with a supportive, loving dad – which makes them eager to celebrate Father’s Day. However, not everyone is blessed with the same situation. For some, the day serves as a painful reminder of years of neglect, abuse, and abandonment. Here is the […]

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6 Simple Health and Wellness Tips for Fathers – Beyond Small Talk

6 Simple Health and Wellness Tips for Fathers – Beyond Small Talk

Raising a family takes a whole lot of effort and energy. Fathers who focus on providing for the family are often preoccupied with work, marriage, sending kids to school, and making sure that there is food on the table. Oftentimes, self-care is the last priority of dads — if it’s even included on the list. Dads, don’t forget that God […]

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5 Ways to Rebuild a Broken Relationship with Your Dad this Father’s Day

5 Ways to Rebuild a Broken Relationship with Your Dad this Father’s Day

Father’s Day can be a difficult holiday for many people, for many different reasons. Most people grew up with a supportive, loving dad – which makes them eager to celebrate Father’s Day. However, not everyone is blessed with the same situation. For some, the day serves as a painful reminder of years of neglect, abuse, and abandonment. Here is the […]

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Is there Blessing in Giving?

Is there Blessing in Giving?

For pre-school teacher Sharon Pagang, the answer will always be a resounding yes. Sharon first learned the value of giving from her parents. This lesson stayed with her as she grew up and had a family of her own. One evening, Sharon and her husband Jovenal chanced upon The 700 Club Asia. They saw the many struggling families helped through […]

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Missional amid the Pandemic: Start Your Free Missionary Training this August!

Missional amid the Pandemic: Start Your Free Missionary Training this August!

Are you looking for an opportunity where you can learn how to do cross-cultural missions so you can share God’s hope and love around the world? Look no further! The Asian Center for Missions, CBN Asia’s missionary training arm, opens a free Online Missionary Training Program (MTP) this August! The online MTP is open to all Filipinos who have the […]

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5 Inspiring Women in the Bible – Happy Women’s Day!

5 Inspiring Women in the Bible – Happy Women’s Day!

As we celebrate the International Women’s Day, here are 5 women of God in the Bible. Learn how they embraced their higher calling and purpose. Sarah (Hebrews 11:11; 1 Peter 3:5-6) Sarah is not perfect, but no matter how hard their journey was, she supported her husband Abraham and stayed by his side. This led to the fulfillment of God’s […]

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Are All Human Lives Sacred?

Are All Human Lives Sacred?

What comes to your mind when you hear the word sacred?  What about when you hear people say that life is sacred?  For some, treating life as sacred is just about religion and spiritual inclination. It seems like mentioning the word alone puts the ball in the religious court. This usually leads to century-old discourses: Are all human lives sacred, or is it only for those who believe in God? Does the […]

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Wondering what to do with your 13th Month Pay? These tips might help you!

Wondering what to do with your 13th Month Pay? These tips might help you!

Got your 13th month pay and Christmas bonus already? Praise God for His overflowing provision and sustenance in your life!  Now, you might be thinking how you can spend it wisely.  Before you decide, consider these practical tips Financial Consultant and Stock Market Trader Marvin Germo suggests to help you make the most out your hard-earned money: Have the right mindset toward money  Sure, you deserve to reward yourself for working hard this year. But before you swipe […]

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Superbook Builds Parent-child Connection

Superbook Builds Parent-child Connection

According to a New York Times 2014 study about The Trauma of Parenthood, it’s one thing to understand the parenting dogma, and another to personally experience raising a real child. Although many parents happily take their new role, millions every year respond with despair. Among new parents–three to six months postpartum–42 percent of mothers and 26 percent of fathers exhibited […]

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5 Inspiring Women in the Bible – Happy Women’s Day!

5 Inspiring Women in the Bible – Happy Women’s Day!

As we celebrate the International Women’s Day, here are 5 women of God in the Bible. Learn how they embraced their higher calling and purpose. Sarah (Hebrews 11:11; 1 Peter 3:5-6) Sarah is not perfect, but no matter how hard their journey was, she supported her husband Abraham and stayed by his side. This led to the fulfillment of God’s […]

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In His Hands I can Trust and Let Go of my Child | A Letter for You

In His Hands I can Trust and Let Go of my Child | A Letter for You

I remember that day, I saw him on the water. It was morning and I was bathing by the river. He was a charming little baby. His eyes sparkled under the soft, summer sun. I picked him up from his tiny, woven basket that was floating on the Nile and I knew, that day, he was mine. Moses—that’s what I […]

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In His Hands I can Trust and Let Go of my Child | A Letter for You

In His Hands I can Trust and Let Go of my Child | A Letter for You

I remember that day, I saw him on the water. It was morning and I was bathing by the river. He was a charming little baby. His eyes sparkled under the soft, summer sun. I picked him up from his tiny, woven basket that was floating on the Nile and I knew, that day, he was mine. Moses—that’s what I […]

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Septuagint and Targum – Naming the Early Translations of the Old Testament

Septuagint and Targum – Naming the Early Translations of the Old Testament

Your Bible was originally written in 3 languages – Hebrew, Greek, and Aramaic. The parts written in Hebrew were called the Jewish Scriptures but what were the Greek and Aramaic translations called? The Jewish Scriptures, commonly known today as the Bible’s Old Testament, were actively used by the Jews in their ceremonies even before people began collecting them as one […]

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Want to Set an Appointment with God? – 3 Tips on how to do your Quiet Time

Want to Set an Appointment with God? – 3 Tips on how to do your Quiet Time

Every believer should make it a lifestyle to spend time with God daily simply because His people are called to thrive in this kind of fellowship with Him (1 Corinthians 1:9). Are you ready to set appointment with God? Here are 3 tips. 1. Choose a Specific Time. Choose a specific time to do your quiet time and stick to […]

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