Moses was the first one to receive comfort and reassurance in the midst of difficult times by deliberately seeking out God’s name. The same comfort and reassurance are available to all the believers today who are willing to look beyond the theological lingo and into the heart of God as it is revealed through His glorious names.Read More
You know, those times when the words that come out of our mouth, while proper, logical and relevant, somehow, do not feel right. Or, should I say, do not taste right.Read More
One Minute Read. Jesus heals our wounds, but then there is scar tissue. My heart no longer bleeds but it still remembers. That is why there is Poetry of Loss.Read More
Charlotte Bronte was often accused by her contemporaries of being disrespectful and insulting towards faith and church in general. However, anyone who is familiar with her writing would disagree. We can learn a lot from the faith of this little woman.Read More
One Minute Read. This is one of those verses that you read, glance over and move on. Until one day you read, glance over and something catches your breath and you know that God has just spoken to you.Read More
Did you know that the Gospel of Matthew stands out among the other three Gospels as the one that is meticulously logical and orderly? That is until somewhere in the middle of Mathew Chapter 8, you stumble on a couple of verses that seem to be quite misplaced.Read More
One Minute Read. “Legacy, what is a legacy?
It’s planting seeds in a garden you never get to see
I wrote some notes at the beginning of a song someone will sing for me”
One Minute Read. Very often when we talk “faith vs sight” the latter usually gets a bad rap. Does walking by faith then means denying our humanity, our emotions, our weaknesses, our vulnerability?Read More
One Minute Read. When you go through your entire life following a map, however inaccurate and imperfect it is, waking up one day and realizing that the map is gone can be very scary.Read More
I figured in my very first blog post I should expand a little more about who I am and why I am writing this blog. However, this task turned out to be harder than I anticipated.
How do you sum up someone's life, someone's personality, someone's essence in a number of words and sentences that another person would be willing to read and contemplate?Read More