Marriage Boosters: I Still Do (Part 2) “God’s Purpose in Marriage”

Motherhood’s been a priority the past few weeks which is why it took me a while to blog the second part of what we’ve learned at the Marriage Boosters seminar we attended last February 21. My apologies. Anyway, as I’ve disclaimed in my previous post — I do my best to stick to my notes, but will have included my personal insights and learnings from the seminar. (READ: Marriage Boosters: “I Still Do” Part 1) God’s Pattern in Marriage (Experience – Purpose – Provision) In the second part of the seminar, Pastor Joel and his wife, Jenny Magpantay, mainly discussed God’s […]

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Marriage Boosters: I Still Do (Part 1)

Last February 21, my husband, Jay, and I attended the Marriage Boosters seminar at Victory Fort. I’ve made a commitment to myself and my readers that I will share my learning on marriage here on the blog to help  other couples grow in their relationships together. Before I proceed, I want you to know that I have included my personal insights in this blog and I leave it up to you, dear readers, to discern what you feel is applicable to your circumstances. This year’s Marriage Booster seminar was called “I still do.” The speakers were Pastor Joel and Jenny […]

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Bean heads in Baguio

I fell in love with Baguio when I was a teenager. The cool breeze and the smell of pine trees have always had their way with me, me being a hopeless romantic and all.  Back then I would always imagine myself living in that beautiful city, wearing layered clothing and walking the peaceful streets or reading a book while sipping coffee at a quaint coffee shop somewhere in the hills. And at one point in my once young and foolish mercurial mind, I though about entering the Philippine Military Academy (PMA) after High School. The only thing I hated were […]

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Christmas Traditions: As for me and my household…

This is probably the most late we’ve started our Family Christmas Traditions. The kids had shows until mid-December and there were other commitments that we honored, and Jay has work until tonight; so we ended up putting up our Christmas tree two days before Christmas. We did drop by The Festival of Lights last 16th, right after our two younger kids’ school musicals, and we had a little celebration going on, but it felt so rushed because Jay had to go to work the next morning. Save our Christmas Traditions! I tried to save our Christmas Traditions this year by […]

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Christmas Traditions: Happy Birthday Jesus party

I always look forward to the Christmas season because December is the only month we get to really spend time together as a family. All throughout the year, we always find ourselves swamped with so many activities, that even when we do find time to watch movies together or eat out, it’s almost always as if we’re in a rush. Time is never enough. Jay and I agreed to lessen our commitments on December so we can really spend undivided time with the kids and use the time to worship Jesus together. However, we do consider joining a few parties […]

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