Tag: faith

The Ultimate Goal of Why We Homeschool our Kids

The past three or so weeks have been designated as “project weeks”. Instead of the usual lessons and individual work they have to do, project week is when we slow down to just dwell on those topics they would want to spend more time on and make outputs for. Ideally, the kids have to come up with an output at the… Read more →

Standing on God’s Promises

I know so many of my friends and almost everyone in our Victory Greenhills staff is pregnant, so I wanted to write this post as an encouragement and reminder to them, and to you! Here are some of the verses I meditated on, most especially as labor day drew near: Deuteronomy 31:6 “Be strong and courageous. DO NOT FEAR or… Read more →

Faith Like a Child: On Believing God for a Boy

In less than two months, we shall be having another addition to our family. Let’s see… I honestly have mixed emotions now. It’s funny because I actually feel like a first-time mom all over again. Of course, it is a given that we are beyond excited for the coming of our new baby. At the same time, I really feel… Read more →

Called and Covered

I’m back! 🙂 Yay! Dennis and I just came back from the National Singles Getaway in Dubai. What a refreshing time to be able to meet and minister to the men and women from our different locations in UAE. Last week was a milestone for me, as it was my first time to leave Isaiah, and my first time to… Read more →

Are you Double Minded, too?

Sometimes I am double-minded. I tell my kids that they are my treasures, yet I sometimes get irritated if they break some of my “valuables”. Sometimes I am double-minded. I tell my kids to call me anytime they need help, yet sometimes they get put on hold whenever there are “more pressing matters”. Sometimes I am double-minded. I tell my… Read more →