Tag Archives: Philippines

So many heroes, so few imitators

So many heroes, so few imitators

This weekend in the Philippines is a three-day weekend, commemorating the assassination of Ninoy Aquino. And then next weekend is another three-day weekend commemorating “National Heroes’ Day.... 

“Tie a Yellow Ribbon…”

“Tie a Yellow Ribbon…”

A tribute to Mrs. Corazon Aquino, President of the Philippines (1986-92) In many conversations with Filipinos younger than 40 years old, I realized that most of them only have a vague idea of the turbulent... 

Mission Update: July 2009

Mission Update: July 2009

Ladies' fellowship at our home ANTIPOLO, Rizal, Philippines: July 2009—Greetings from the Philippines, in the name of our only Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. We hope that all’s well with you... 

May 2009 Church Retreat

May 2009 Church Retreat

God was gracious to us that in the midst of a storm brewing just east of the Philippines, we had great weather all throughout our retreat. Up in the mountains, we had relief from the heat , humidity, smog,... 

“Hexegesis”

“Hexegesis”

  The other day, I took the commuter train to go to Greenbelt Malls to meet some friends. Unlike the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART), the Metro Rail Transit (MRT) broadcasts commercials, public service...