by Tanniah Marcelino Navarro It is quite hard and challenging to celebrate when the year has been tough. A lot of bad news flooded our Facebook accounts from the pandemic. Some say, nagmukha nang obituary ang Facebook timeline nila due to posts about death of friends or even relatives. It detached us from the joy and peace we have. It’s always helpful to look back on God’s sustaining grace and fai ...[Read More]
Just Asking with Peter Banzon My husband doesn’t go to church. Sometimes, my son prefers to stay with his dad on Sunday instead of going to church with me. How do I lead my son to faith when his father doesn’t support it? Going to church to worship God and fellowship with other believers is an important practice that strengthens and deepens our faith. It helps people to hear God’s word so they can ...[Read More]
by Erlinda S. Apoli Time flies and kids grow rapidly! Watching them grow and accomplish one milestone after another is a fulfillment of parenthood that can never be replaced by anything else. For several years, my husband was always away because of work. Life was not easy then for a working mom like me as I tried to balance work and family, but in his absence, I managed to spend time with my kids ...[Read More]
Why is it important to teach kids NOT to watch inappropriate stuff online?
My experience working from home has been helpful this quarantine. I’ve had no problem adjusting but it became more difficult now that I have to attend to my eldest’s school needs. Before the lockdown, I would enjoy being a WAHM by going to different places. Now, this mom has nowhere to go.
At first, I thought that I wouldn’t make it balancing housework, homeschool and my work online. But the best job of all is being able to partner with my son in learning and in growing.
Just Asking with Peter Banzon How do I train my children spiritually when they’re not able to attend services at church? This long pandemic has prevented children from attending church and receiving spiritual input from their Sunday School teachers. But you have a great opportunity to train your children in spiritual matters at home. After all, the Bible commands parents to train their children in ...[Read More]
by Michelle Klaris Rey-Cabansal Have you ever felt confused and overwhelmed in decision-making? Did you ever feel that you were not on the same page with your husband? Have you stayed awake, till the rooster crowed or the jeepney horns blared, waiting for the answer to those tough questions: How will this decision impact my kids? How will they grow and develop in this environment we have put ourse ...[Read More]
by D. Garner A mother realized that she was not as close to her child as she had once thought. “Kagabi nag-text sa akin ang aking panganay. Nag-open daw sa kanya ang aking pangalawa na may tampo raw siya sa akin. Sabi ko, ‘O, bakit daw? Hindi ko alam yan!’ Sinabi ko rin na close naman kami ng kapatid niya. Ang sagot ng panganay ko, ‘Hindi naman siya open sa ‘yo!’” – JS Sarmen It is hurtful w ...[Read More]
Just Asking with Peter Banzon I have friends who are gay and I know their struggles. Now my 7-year old son thinks and acts like a gay person. I want him to live how God designed him to be. What should I do? Your seven-year-old son is beginning to embrace a homosexual orientation. Homosexual orientation is understood to mean sexual attraction to other members of the same sex. At this stage of devel ...[Read More]