I remember the night I was new here in the US. While driving along the highways and streets, a police car followed me. “U Oh, I’m in trouble,” I thought. Immediately, I parked and waited for the officer to approach … Continue reading Is Your Headlight On?
I came from a land where basketball is very popular, the Philippines. Even though it’s almost 10 years I haven’t played any basketball competitions, I still love watching it and had fond memories as a young playing coach, touring in … Continue reading The Pastor Who Invented Basketball
In this life, we all make choices: To live your way or God’s way. Millions of people know. It is not just a seeming national anthem, but also a personal one. Frank Sinatra’s “My Way” is both a famous and … Continue reading Your Way or God’s Way
Do you feel that you’re very vulnerable? As we grow older, the body is getting weaker and the mind is getting tired. Moreover, there are older people who feel that their money is slipping away, getting drained due to medications … Continue reading Don’t Worry Along the Way
It’s often assumed that before we hit the road, take the wheel, and move on, we know exactly where we’re supposed to go. But why do people don’t do that in life? Why do lots of people drift in their … Continue reading Do You Know the Way?
Teaching children does not have to be complicated. As a father and founding CEO of a Christian school (hope it is still Christian), let me share some wisdom. Reconsider Here are my four-way tests to a truly Christian school. Is … Continue reading The Road to Learning
Have you ever read Abdu Murray’s new book “Saving Truth: Finding Meaning and Clarity in a Post-Truth World”? I did and it’s a great read. If you take your Christian faith seriously, regardless of your denomination, this book is a … Continue reading Clarity in the Highway of Confusion
We all care for our children and their future. But as a parent, have you ever asked yourself this question: In what path am I pointing and preparing my child(ren) to? As a father, I love my kids. The same … Continue reading Children Crossing
Gratitude affects your altitude. The purpose of a car’s rear windshield is to see who and what’s behind you. In life, there are also important aspects that you need to recognize when you look back. Past Being grateful of your … Continue reading Be Thankful for Your Past
What comes to your mind when you hear the phrase “guilt trip”? In life, many times people go through the crossroads of guilt. No one is exempted because guilt is a universal experience and feeling. The Bible says, “The way … Continue reading Guilt Trip