The Rescuing Creator

We had prayed for her several times. After a few times, we asked her to come visit us because we had been praying for her. Weeks later, when she finally came, she was already crying. We sat with her, gently talked to her, and prayed for her. We did not… Continue reading

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Family?

FAMILY. In most cultures, family is considered a high priority or, in some cases, THE priority. But in what context? Is that the highest priority? If we came from star dust and the big bang, family’s importance in realistic terms of history, is hollow, because our ancestry is truly just… Continue reading

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A Little Volcano’s Touch

Within two days of the January 12, 2020 eruption of the Taal volcano, which is well within 50 km of our mission station at a Philippine ministry near Cabuyao, Laguna, there were ‘cries’ on the internet about its meaning. Some reports made the leap to link it to other eruptions,… Continue reading

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The Cry for Him

Human hearts cry for stuff. Some cry for social things and relationships. Some want a king. Others want to be the king. The clamor of human affairs marches on. But who cries for the Almighty? Contrary to the popular naturalistic theory that we came from the eons of evolution and… Continue reading

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The Clamor for Peace

I rest next to my wife while aware of God’s peace. I watch her sleep soundly while children’s voices and the activity at our mission station continue unabated. We receive person after person around our little table to love them, and His peace is evident each time. We wake in… Continue reading

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