Myrna had big dreams: get a degree, work and earn lots of money. She would buy whatever her heart desired. But after passing the CPA board exams, she suddenly had a change of heart.
Living on Purpose
From My Heart (Issue 60)
It’s a new year again and most of us have set our goals for the year. In the past, when I set goals at the New Year, they usually only last until the end of the first month! I tend to lose focus and get impatient. That is why I was so inspired by Lorena’s story, and how, despite having 7 children and being pregnant with her 8th child, she managed to break out of misery and trouble and pursue a bet ...[Read More]
Love Beyond Compare
Daisy is smart, intelligent and pretty. She has been a Human Resource executive for more than 20 years. As HR Practitioner, she won labor related cases because of her skills in administrative and alternative dispute resolutions. She is the founder and President of Haven for the Uniquely Gifted and Special (HUGS) Ministries. She shares how God’s love saw her through a difficult phase of her life. Y ...[Read More]
From My Heart (Issue 59)
Dear Readers, How time flies! It’s Christmas time again. It seems like we’ve just celebrated last year’s holiday, and now here it is again! It’s strange though that we never get tired of celebrating Christmas for one reason or another. This year, I would like to urge you to take a hold of God’s special gift, a love beyond compare, the gift of His son, Jesus Christ! I hope the articles in this issu ...[Read More]
Being Married, Being Friends
Wendy Rondina-Engcoy is the general manager of an IT company that develops engagement tool and social collaborative intranet for different companies. She is pretty, witty and married to GJ Engcoy who is 11 years her junior. She thinks their friendship continues to strengthen their marriage as the years go by. How did you and GJ meet? Did you know he was the “one” when you met? “At the age of 30, I ...[Read More]
From My Heart (Issue 58)
Dear Readers, Sitting here in the office, where most of my friends are, it’s hard to imagine what my life would be without them. For years, they have been a part of me. We have shared stories – our happiness, our hurts, even crazy ideas. They help keep me in good spirits when I feel low. They pray for me when I have problems. They help me complete a task when I’m under time-pressure, and I do the ...[Read More]
Broken Chains: Discovering the Power of God
Jean Santos was deeply religious. She grew up in a family that had strong belief in superstitions, and medallions. Because of her past, she pursued acquiring “power.” Would “power” give her happiness and fulfillment?
Power to Heal and Provide
Nancy Poriol and her family experienced the power and provision of God when their son got sick and her husband lost his job.
From My Heart (Issue 57)
In this issue of MOMS, we are going to examine the themes that make up the heart of Filipino Holy Week. Do these traditions help us become the person we want to be?
A New Year, A New Heart
Belen Estrada is a widow and a mother to 4 children. She shares about her past and how God worked in her life. This is her story. “I grew up in Basilan. Mula pa sa pagkabata, salat na ako sa pagmamahal ng magulang kasi broken home kami. Pinaghiwalay ng lolo ko ang nanay at tatay ko dahil hindi sila kasal. Tatlo kaming magkakapatid and I am the youngest. Sabi ng nanay ko, buwisit daw ako sa buhay n ...[Read More]