Before I get into how we did our family devotions on Proverbs 25:28, allow me to share with you a little family devotionals 101.
First of all, having family devotions is not the “be all and end all” for our children to be Christians. That is not our job. It is solely the grace of God and the working of the Holy Spirit. Our job as parents is found in Proverbs 22:6 “Train up a child in the way he should go, Even when he is old he will not depart from it.” Continue reading
Today, January 16, 2019, I turn 33 years old. It is truly a new year for me. I believe the Lord has also prepared new opportunities for me. New opportunities to be used by God and to glorify Him. And this first blog for 2019 is one of the opportunities that God has given me and my family to serve Him. Continue reading
Been away from home for two nights for a training in Manila. This is my first. Though I am thankful for the privilege entrusted to me by the company, as a mother, the privilege also comes with a sacrifice. It is no joke to consciously try not to think of home – husband and kids so that you could be your best of self during working hours because you know that privilege given by the company comes with responsibility. Nevertheless, the struggle is real.