Vintage Prayers for Lent

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There are lots of things that we can learn in our own prayers. One of which is how theology goes through the different challenges that we encounter in our lives. We might feel joy, lost, doubts and depression. In our prayer we will discover not just what those truths mean to us but how it will shape us in the process. We cannot escape the fact as part of our theology, also reveals our view on God. Knowing God provides our prayer life a fervent devotion to Him and how our human experiences find context with this kind of knowledge.

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Facilitating A Breakout Session


To be honest being included as a speaker at this years iDisciple Philippines conference didnt sink easily on me. Of course, every bloggers dream is to jump from a platform to another, to be heard in a different but wider audience. This means he’s gonna taste something different and be at an unfamiliar place which he will have an opportunity to glorify God. I have to wait to see the digital poster with my photo there before I can say that I’m really speaking at a conference. Yes no need to pinch myself.

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Community Research As Part of the Great Commission

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Peoples On the Move is primer on community reasearch need to understand your “neighbor”. And when I say “neighbor”, it might not be the ones who you grew up with. Many factors can contribute to the constant shifting of society and culture. Immigations has the big share of this shift. This change will greatly affect how to will interact to people who we want to share the gospel. The “neighbor” might be down your street you grew up with, an city in Southeast Asia or an isolated tribe in Africa. All of them are changing but what is not changing is for these folks to hear the gospel. Community reasearch can be the answer to navigate us through those changes.

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The Freebie Round-Up #95

I have a few articles that was published in other websites. The review and quotes from the book Pray Big by Alistair Begg was featured on Drven by The Gospel. Also I contributed a listacle titled 5 Free Audiobook Gems Found in LibriVox for Christians. Lastly, my book review of Humble Calvinism by Jeff Medders was re-published by iDisciple PH.

Anyways, here’s a list of great freebies for the week. If you’re new here to this post or you missed out other freebie round-ups, check the links to those post at the end of this article.

Also since I’m not 24/7 monitoring the latest freebies of publishing companies, I’m posting their e-mail sign up page, so you’ll be in the loop whenever they give out freebies. You can find it at the end of this round-up.

FREE study guide “Pro-Choice or Pro-Life?” by Randy Alcorn – On the last freebie round-up, I featured the new book from Randy Alcorn on abortion. Now here is the study guide which is also free.

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8 Favorite Quotes From the Book “Fixated: Advent Meditations from the Book of Hebrews” by Tim Chester

Someone is staring the holidays by releasing books that are geared for Chistmas. 10 Publishing’s upcoming books will keep you focus on the birth of our Savior. This blog will keep you company by giving you reviews and share quotes from each new titles. You can check the list of titles and pre-order links if you like what you see by going to the FB Page of this blog.

So enjoy these quotes from the book, Fixated: Advent Meditations from The Book of Hebrews by Tim Chester published by 10 Publishing. If you like these quotes, pre-order the book by clicking here.

“The writer of the book of Hebrews has an answer to those questions and it’s one that might surprise you. It’s not a set of rigorous spiritual disciplines. It’s not a three-month discipleship programme. It doesn’t involve going to Bible college or locking yourself away in a monastery. His answer is simple – fix your eyes on Jesus.”

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Unboxing Bibles from Lifeway

I’m so so happy that the Bibles that I requested from LifeWay finally arrived. After almost 2 months (56 days to be exact) I got a text from the post office that a package is waiting for me to pick up.Well I did a follow up on Thursday, but the mail guy said that they haven’t got my package. I don’t expect to come that quick because of the current situation. The last time I got something from Lifeway, the shipping took two weeks. Then the day after the follow up, the next day, they told me I have the package. Whoa! Thank you Lifeway for this!

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