Festival of Sacrifice

Eid al-Adha is a feast in remembrance of Abraham sacrificing his beloved son to our God Almighty.

Our Hope is from You, GOD Almighty!

The best encouragement to help you overcome difficulties especially times like this (coronavirus pandemic) is none other than our faith to our God Almighty.  During hardship, it’s normal for us to feel week and distressed.  To battle, I have collected four bible verses that encourage us to reclaim hope to our Lord, God. Our Hope... Continue Reading →

10 Surprising Similarities of Christians and Muslims

Christians and Muslims are one of the significant religious believers in the world. According to a demographic study, Christians have a rate of 31.50% out of the major religious group in 2010, while Muslims share 23.30%. Reconciliation of Christianity and Islam created on a real understanding of each other's religions could be a barrier against partitions.... Continue Reading →

A Life-Changing Way To Christian Journey

I'm a monotheistic believer - Christian, and this is my story of why I stop eating pig's meat. It sounds delicious when you say Roasted Pork Belly, Lechon Kawali, Chitcharon, Sisig, Pork Barbeque, Grilled Pork Chop, and so on. Filipinos are known for being foodies; we love to cook and eat.  I grew up in a Christian... Continue Reading →

I Will Cure You

Jeremiah 3:22 “Return, faithless people; I will cure you of backsliding.” What a remarkable passage! This passage reminds us of the priceless amount of love our Creator bestowed upon us. Even if we do not understand or accept His words, even if we fail to recognize His presence, and even if we constantly wrong Him... Continue Reading →

TIPs – Ten Inspiring Proverbs

Every day is a constant challenge for most of us. We have daily errands that are endless as the water falling in Niagara. But we never stop! We keep going. Why? Because we are inspired, determined, and motivated! And to keep that fire flaming within us, let me share these top ten inspiring proverbs with... Continue Reading →

11 Myths about Islam and Muslims

Islam is a monotheistic religion like Christianity and Judaism.  It is the world's second-largest religion with over 1.9 billion followers or 24.4% of the world's population.  People who follow the teachings of Islam are generally known as Muslims.  As a Christian myself, I admire the Muslims’ sincerity and a strong passion for their religion. Islam... Continue Reading →

A Complete Guide to Charity Work

Charity work is a generous act of helping the poor, ill, or less privileged. The practice of charity means voluntary, extending a helping hand to those in need as a humanitarian act. These are the common thoughts that come to our mind when we hear the word charity, donation, or phrase charity work. I understood... Continue Reading →

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