Monthly Archive: May, 2012

Not Of This World (NOTW)

Do you need a vacation? We all need “time-off” to step back from our world and enter into someone else’s world. Last week, we took a road trip to Jacksonville, Florida to visit… Continue reading

Life Is Fragile – Please Handle With Prayer!

The TV show – Touch – has been on my radar for some time. I streamed a few episodes and like the concept. In a nutshell, individuals makes decisions and/or events occur that cause an… Continue reading

Pastor Bear – An Outstanding Man of God!

My friend and brother in Christ has gone ahead of us to be with our Lord. I met Pastor Bear when I was a toddler in the faith. For a season, I attended… Continue reading

Holy Hulk

Have you seen the movie, Avengers? The CG was simply amazing and the fighting scenes were well choreographed.  If you didn’t stick around after the credits, you missed the secret scenes. If you’re reading this and think… Continue reading

Beautiful-Foot or Mabaho-Foot – Dealing With Depression (4 of 5)

If you were going to start a music band, what would you call it? My band would be called Beautifulfoot, similar to Switchfoot. =) Even if mabaho ang feet ko! Maybe my backup… Continue reading

Deciphering and Diagnosing Depression (Part 3 of 5)

It’s been an exciting week. I took my cousin Adam (14-years old)  to a MercyMe Concert on Saturday and afterwards we caught a late showing of the Avengers. If you asked Adam what… Continue reading

Psst, Oy! Look Over Dere! Dealing With Depression (Part 2 of 5)

In the South, hunting deer is a serious sport, spiritual experience, and food supply. I like me some venison backstrap wrapped in thick beacon and thrown over the grill. Yummy! Hunters get an emotional… Continue reading

Stop!

What comes to mind when you hear “California Roll”? Does your stomach (like mine) scream for sushi? Well, it’s not that kind of California Roll. This is what I do at a stop… Continue reading

FREE STUFF FOR FREE99 – Dealing With Depression Series (Part 1 of 5)

I remember visiting my grandparents at their apartment and always finding new things they bought from a garage sale/swap meet or random items someone discarded as trash. Someone’s trash could be someone’s treasure.… Continue reading

Masakit Ang Puso Ko – RIP Junior Seau

Today is Thursday and this morning I found out that Junior Seau is no longer with us. Rest In Peace Mr. Seau. Yesterday the Lord gave me a Filipino phrase – Masakit ang… Continue reading