One of my favorite things to do every beginning of the year, since getting married, is to look back on our wedding day. Fidel and I got married on January 4, 2015, and February is, of course, the love month. So these first two months of the year, I love looking at our wedding photos, and even our wedding videos. It makes me feel like a new bride all over again. Haha! Also, though I am not a big planner of events, I enjoyed planning this wedding. I guess, every bride feels this way, right?! Hahaha! Down below are our first five suppliers that we booked to make sure our wedding was right on track! Read more
Every three years, the Every Nation family gathers from all over the globe to connect and celebrate what God is doing in our movement. It is also a great time to be on the same page about where God is calling us next. I have personally never attended any of our world conferences. When I became part of Victory (an Every Nation church in the Philippines), the 2010 conference just commenced and in 2013, it was in Florida, USA and I didn’t have enough funds to go. It was then that it was announced that the next one, this October 2016, would be held in Cape Town, South Africa. Fidel and I, new friends then, started believing for God to take us there along with our other friends. So before he and I even started dating, this was already something we’ve been praying for as individuals! Read more
I started watching Stranger Things just last week (I know, what’s wrong with me and where have I been, right?!), and immediately fell in love with Eleven! I mean, how couldn’t I? Millie Bobby Brown is absolutely talented, and beautiful. Read more
I don’t have it all figured out. To be honest, when people ask me what I do, I often pause and think how to respond. I usually end up saying, “a bunch of different things,” followed by laughter or an awkward smile, depending on who I talk to. 😁 When they ask for specifics, I’m left with the following answers: Read more
Too often people say, “No regrets. I am who I am because of everything I’ve done.” I wish I could say the same thing. The truth of the matter is, I do have regrets, and the there are quite a lot of them! Saying I have no regrets is prideful. I have regrets about the guys I’ve liked and dated, my finances, my career, how I should’ve studied better when I was a student, and the list just goes on! But what changes all these, is the story of God’s redemptive love. The Gospel is what changes EVERYTHING!