As the Covid-19 pandemic threatens people’s objectives, aspirations, and visions, HOPE is vital. Many lose their jobs, school admission opportunities, businesses, relationships, loved ones, etc. that consequently turns to anxiety, stress, and pessimism. On the verge of hopelessness, the world deceives us that there is no way out. That leads to the pitfall of suicide. […]

Who Exactly is a Woman Described in Proverbs 31?

Diana Nerie R. Galan Women are increasingly becoming what the rest of the world considers attractive: strong, bold, fierce, etc. But we fail to recognize women with extreme virtues as described in Proverbs 31. Who can find a virtuous woman? Read on as we ponder the qualities that can guide us to become a woman […]


Nine years old when I started to go to church and immerse myself with other kids singing, dancing for the Lord. It was my Lola Dianing who ushers me during practice. Before, I just thought of it as kids performing for the audience’s pleasure at church. That time I wasn’t conscious enough about the love […]

Am I a Good Friend?

Diana Nerie R. Galan Friendships are one of the rainbow colors that add beauty to our skies. We share each other’s experiences, burdens, and triumphs. Some sacrifice their time to comfort during our downfalls and celebrate growths. Having friends provides social and emotional support, alleviates loneliness, and makes us feel better and happier in life. […]

We All Have Our Big Daddy

A Daddy is a father, according to the dictionary. A father is one’s male parent by definition.  He plays a crucial role in the household. He works hard to provide for his family and does his best to meet their needs and expectations. A father is the one who enforces strong discipline among family members […]

L-E-A-N on GOD

“Commit everything you do to the Lord. Trust Him, and He will help you.” Psalms 37:5 It’s dangerous to lean on something that is not solid. At a rap concert, people were leaning against a rail separating them from the stage. The rail gave way and the young people fell to the concrete floor below. […]