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COMFORT IN HIS ARMS

We all have times in our lives when we feel like we're in the wilderness, whether it be physical, emotional or spiritual, or even a bit of all three. There are times when we find it hard to trust in God. We struggle to see the bigger picture. We search for our escape but it's as if we're in a maze and we keep... Read More

Thinking Of YOU In My Longest Night

Thinking of YOU in my Longest Night By Christine Dinglasan 12:04 A.M, May 29, 2017 - One of my longest nights, literally, a long night of thinking about life and contemplating God’s goodness. While my little companion, Arielle is on a deep sleep and Salva, my roommate is probably on her sweetest dream of going... Read More

True Worshippers: Be Like David

  True Worshippers: Be Like David By Christine Dinglasan   Playing music and singing to God is a form of prayer. Singing praise and worship songs, as well as, Tambourine dancing are not just part of an art or an act for entertainment – it is a medium of communicating to God, a form of praying through singing and... Read More

To Be A Mother

Praise Congregation Celebrates Mother's Day        To Be A Mother (A Tribute To All Mothers) By Christine Dinglasan   “My son, hear the instruction of your father, and do not forsake the law of your mother; for they will be a graceful ornament on your head, and chains about your neck.” Proverbs 1: 8-9  How would... Read More

Worship is NON-STOP

Worship is the reason why we are all created. Our meaning depends on it, our existence is about worship. Worship is a connector between one man to another, but the other is not just a man, but the man who created us because He love us. He wants us to worship Him in spirit and in truth. Worship is the one we all go... Read More

The New You

  THANK YOU - to the man who has inspired me to write this beautiful story. It is a dreadful thing to reminisce the past. Wherein details of every moment where hearts are broken and in pain keep on haunting the present. It is a sad thing that the feeling of hurt lurks as if the past is still fresh and deeply... Read More