The following are articles written by moms honoring their moms. “A mother’s heart is the child’s classroom.” – Henry Ward Beecher by Reah Bunsoy Padla “Mother”, “Mommy”, “Nanay”. No matter how you call your mother, she’ll always have a special place in your heart. I thank the Lord that my mom is still around because most of the things I know about motherhood, I have learned from her. She sho ...[Read More]
I was in college when I met in church my “now” ex-husband. He was on the worship team and so was I. He eventually became the Youth Pastor. But it wasn’t long before I realized that the unhealthy compromises, I had made in my previous relationship were starting again, this time, with him. We both knew it was wrong, but it was so hard to stop. We were living a “double-life”. In church, I was stil ...[Read More]
by Delsey Garner with Evelyn Damian Dianne Imson is the owner of a small, cozy café in her hometown. She was the first to use pastillas to decorate the cakes. She appeared in a number of morning television shows and has traveled to different places to train people how to make pastillas cake décoration. For many years in the past, Dianne worked hard to be successful in the field that she chose, but ...[Read More]
Kung binubugbog ng asawa lango sa pagsusugal at pambababae, normal siguro na humiwalay ka na lang. Pero paano kung may pito kang anak at walang trabaho, Ito ang kwento ni Lorena.
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.
Have you ever wished you could start your life over again and become the person you dream you could be?
Katrina Bermas has been married to Mariano for 19 years. They have 3 children ages 17, 16, and 7. She tells her story of how God worked and changed her and her family’s life. Life was not easy for Katrina when she moved to Manila to join her husband, Mariano. He took a job in the city as a security guard to save money so he could process his papers to work abroad. Unfortunately, his plans didn’t w ...[Read More]
by Lorna Carmela Avelino-Protasio, M.D. In 1982, my youngest son, only five months old, was admitted to the hospital with acute gastroenteritis. He could not accept milk of any kind, even the formula he was used to drinking. We tested him with special formulas to no avail. Just one drop of milk would start him vomiting accompanied by severe diarrhea and dehydration. Well-known pediatric specialist ...[Read More]
by Evelyn Damian “Boundaries,” referring to limitations on the influence of other people on our decisions, is not a word that is used often among Filipinos. Most of the time we just think of what we want to do and do it. Our thoughts don’t project what the end result will be. We keep going until we find our life in a mess; we lose, we hurt,we end up miserable, and then we ask ourselves, “Where did ...[Read More]
by Alvin Tud “Many years ago, I was involved in politics. I was former vice-governor, and later governor of the province of Quirino. I’m the 13th child in our family. My mom was a widow when she married my father, and I was the only child they had together. “I was always “in authority.” Even when I was still young, I forced my parents to submit to me. My half brothers and half sisters were afraid ...[Read More]