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Celebrating Chinese New Year? Here Are 3 Things To Remember

Celebrating Chinese New Year? Here Are 3 Things To Remember

Chinese New Year or Spring Festival is well-celebrated in the Philippines. Following the movement of the moon, it is observed either in January or February based on the lunar calendar where each year is represented by an animal sign known as the Chinese Zodiac, Alina Bradford explained in her article Chinese New Year: Customs & Traditions by Live Science. Traditions, […]

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Struggling to Save Money? Here are 3 Tips to Help You | Beyond Small Talk

Struggling to Save Money? Here are 3 Tips to Help You | Beyond Small Talk

What prevents you from saving? Is it because you don’t have money left to save? Or you feel like you’re still too young to save and think of the future? Whatever your reasons are, step back and assess because you may be just using those as excuses. According to a survey of Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas in 2014 cited in […]

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Do You Want to Get Out of Debt?

Do You Want to Get Out of Debt?

Belen Reforma was desperate to.  When Belen’s husband lost his job, their family found it extremely hard to meet their daily needs. Their small sari-sari store became their only source of funds, but it wasn’t enough to cover all expenses – especially their daughter’s tuition fees.  Because of this, they were forced to borrow money. The interest, however, grew and grew until their debt reached 1.3 million pesos. Overwhelmed and frustrated, Belen spiraled into depression.  “When I couldn’t take our problems anymore, I got so depressed. […]

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Will Batangas get to Rise Again after the Taal Volcano Eruption?

Will Batangas get to Rise Again after the Taal Volcano Eruption?

Life in the evacuation area is not easy. All of a sudden, you would have to live with people, mostly whom you have not met, from different places. You have to share rooms, comfort rooms, and bathrooms. You have to wait for relief goods, if some would come. Life there is like keeping your hopes up in the midst of […]

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Can God Really Give You the Desires of Your Heart?

Can God Really Give You the Desires of Your Heart?

Alice Dalimbang believes so. For 12 long years, Alice dedicated her whole heart in proclaiming who Jesus is to the nations. Trained by the Asian Center for Missions (ACM), CBN Asia’s missionary training arm, she was deployed to Cambodia as a full time missionary. After seeing that God is doing great things in Cambodia, she went back to the Philippines […]

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Manila’s Biggest Christian Music Fest Underway this Feb 2020

Manila’s Biggest Christian Music Fest Underway this Feb 2020

MANILA, PHILIPPINES – The experience of watching your favorite artists perform right in front of you is what makes music festivals popular around the world. In the Philippines, music festivals cover nearly every genre ranging from EDM, rock, pop, alternative indie, and are patronized by its core market: The Filipino youth. But a largely evangelical industry, producing various Christian music […]

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The Heartache and Grace of a Daddy’s Girl

The Heartache and Grace of a Daddy’s Girl

“Are we not enough?” That was the question I wanted to ask. When I found out that you have 2 other kids apart from the 4 of us I started to think that maybe you just wanted more. Maybe you just yearned to be a father to a newly born baby again. Maybe you just longed for staying up late […]

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Be Faithful With The Little Things

Be Faithful With The Little Things

4 STEPS to protect your future The Bible says in Luke 16:10, “He who is faithful in a very little thing is faithful also in much; and he who is unrighteous in a very little thing is unrighteous also in much.”  How many of you believe this as universal truth that applies to everybody, everything, all the time? I believe it. […]

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Manila’s Biggest Christian Music Fest Underway this Feb 2020

Manila’s Biggest Christian Music Fest Underway this Feb 2020

MANILA, PHILIPPINES – The experience of watching your favorite artists perform right in front of you is what makes music festivals popular around the world. In the Philippines, music festivals cover nearly every genre ranging from EDM, rock, pop, alternative indie, and are patronized by its core market: The Filipino youth. But a largely evangelical industry, producing various Christian music […]

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What to Do when Someone You Know has AIDS? | World AIDS Day 2019

What to Do when Someone You Know has AIDS? | World AIDS Day 2019

Every time December arrives, people normally think of the holidays and the celebrations that they could cherish with loved ones and communities. Unbeknownst to many, the 1st of December and the rest of the month are also important opportunities to observe the World AIDS Day. Bannering the theme Communities Make the Difference, this year’s commemoration encourages every individual to unite in the fight against Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS), and show support for people living with it. According to World AIDS Day.org, there are an estimated 36.7 […]

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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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