It’s that Time of the Year To be a Giver
Jan25

It’s that Time of the Year To be a Giver

  By BO SANCHEZ   When I was a teenager preaching in small prayer groups all over the country, I’d see this woman sneak into the room, carrying a tape recorder inside a white plastic bag over her shoulder. And like clockwork, before I stepped down the pulpit, she’d sneak out and leave quietly, vanishing into thin air.   This woman would be present in every single talk. I can only imagine the lunacy of this...

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Filipino Parenting In The Digital Age
Sep19

Filipino Parenting In The Digital Age

By Rav de Castro       Kids today are different—they are “digital natives”. Their world is powered by technology, and information is literally just at the tip of their fingertips. Parenting has evolved, too. Gone are days when kids are not allowed to speak their minds and parents use corporal punishment to discipline their kids. Parenting is now more grounded on trust and open communication. Whether it’s through...

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The Role Reversal
Apr03

The Role Reversal

By Excel V. Dyquiangco She wears the pants in the family; he stays home and takes care of the kids and occasionally folds pants. How do they make things work? Excel V. Dyquiangco introduces us to two couples who are managing the reversal of roles. In the traditional family picture, the husband is the breadwinner of the family. He works. He toils. He labors. He brings home the bacon. The wife works, toils and labors but at home...

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