A Child’s Mind

By:  Shiela Bernardo 
 
I was watching how excitedly our toddler wanted to play with her new toy. She laid out all the colorful mega blocks on the floor and stacked up a few single blocks into a vertical line and called it a castle. It was very simplistic but she took pride in what she had created. She asked us to play with her. So we jumped at it eager to come up with something more sophisticated than a straight line to excite her imagination.


The Foundation of Fear

by:  Gio Lopez

Alright I’ll admit it: I don’t fully trust God with my future.  Phew, what a relief to get that off my chest.

 

It’s strange – though the vast majority of Christians I’ve ever met in life can empathize with fearing the future, I have found it rare for people to admit the root of their fears: a lack of faith. Read more…


Photo Shoot

by:  Jay Sevilla

 

1, 2, 3, click! Smile! Say cheese!
 
It was almost 8 years when I started a hob- by of taking pictures. I got interested when my wife and I had our pre-nuptial photo shoot. From learning your subjects and incorporating them with their background; I say, it’s not that easy. Read more…


The Small Things

By:  Shiela Bernardo
 
Do not let the small compromises chip away at the structure of your integrity. This put things in perspective for me. Sometimes we may find ourselves justifying what we may think to ourselves as harmless misconduct. Even if you label your actions as trivial or insignificant, it will eventually weigh you down.

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Detour

By: Pastor Daniel Vaughan
 
This past week was such a blessing to be able to go to Texas and celebrate my brother’s graduation and visit with longtime friends; however, in my eyes it didn’t start off to well. It was late Friday night (June 19
th) that I got the news that my flight the next morning from Baltimore to Dallas was canceled. Read more…