I gave a short talk on appearance, poise and behavior for the ushering and welcome ministry of Focus on Christ International Ministries.
After two years of driving Carly, her parts started to break down one by one and I had to make that decision to part ways with her. I did the final batch of repairs & put her up on sale but it wasn’t that easy. Even that was a process that built my faith & character. This is the story of how I said goodbye to Carly and welcomed Monsour, my brand new car.
I started praying for a car during one bus ride home in 2006. I was on the evening shift at Mellow947 then, meaning I go home after 12mn, commuting all the way to Rizal. Not knowing when the prayer would be answered, I still kept praying until one evening, I didn’t realize that I was already sitting on the car that would be mine!
Have you tried praying for small things? Have you tried asking God to guide you when you pray even for material things that you need?
In this video I share with you some of my experiences & things that I’ve learned.
Sometimes, the atmosphere in a social gathering can be ruined just because of conversation topics that are considered taboo, off-limits or too intrusive. Asking about a person’s salary, talking about someone’s sex life, poking fun at religion or bullying people because of it… it may seem like others have accepted this as a norm, but it’s good to be reminded about manners, respect & courtesy.
Does being practical mean I’ll only buy CHEAP THINGS?
Does being practical mean, I won’t go shopping EVER?
Is being practical BORING?
In this video, I answer some questions people have about #PracticalLiving. In case you haven’t caught the first one, here’s the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4RPy_X-K9wI
Being practical, living modestly & managing finances wisely are just some of the things my husband & I advocate. In the FIRST video of this series, I talk about PRACTICAL VS. EXCESSIVE LIVING. 😀 Hope you learn something from it! I’d also love to hear your thoughts on the #QuestionOfTheDay so comment away!
What is life like in seminary? Here are my reflections + 5 life principles I learned after a year of seminary education.
Confrontation is always seen in a negative light. When you say CONFRONTATION, images of cat fights, screaming and insults may come to mind but it doesn’t always have to be violent. Confrontation can be used to clarify things, communicate feelings so things can be better.
I’ve been in radio for fourteen years. I started out as a student jock, became a traffic reporter (after my segment producing stint), worked at Mellow947 for a decade, had a short stint on News FM and now, handling executive producer and announcing duties for NOW XD. Radio may seem like a fun and easy job (I do enjoy it) but there’s a lot of things that go on off-air that contribute to the mounting of a radio program. With social media and video being a huge factor now, it’s no longer just the audio output we consider. In this short VLOG, I’ll take you through our week-long radio training held at Cebu.