Closing Out 2009

  Photo by Getty Images       With only 5 more hours before the close of 2009, I want to take this time to reflect on God’s faithfulness and goodness. Through all the highs and lows, God has not only shown Himself to be worthy of worship, but a God who can be trusted […]

Big Dreams, A Big God

  Photo from indiainfo       I was thinking the other day that it must be an exhilarating feeling when you know that you are the first one to do something that no one else in the world has ever done. On May 29, 1953 Sir Edmund Hillary became the first person to reach […]

Christmas Wish 2009

  I am hoping that they will show the Christmas Day NBA game between the Lakers and Cavaliers. The match up between Kobe and Lebron will be good Christmas present wrapped up with cheer. Here is the Kobe and Lebron puppet commercial to hype things up:    

Obama, Nobel Prize and Grace

  Photo by CNN       In light of Obama’s acceptance speech of the Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo, Norway, I couldn’t help but to think about a very important biblical doctrine – the doctrine of grace. I have seen the speech on the internet and I have (believe it or not) read through […]

Failed Commitments

  Photo by The North Face       I have always been teaching people in our church that you know what is important to a person not by their words, but by their actions because words are cheap, but actions are costly. It has been a rough several weeks for me in the area […]

World AIDS Day

  Photo from       Yesterday was World AIDS Day. It got started back on December 1st, 1988 with the vision of bringing awareness to the AIDS pandemic and to fight prejudice against people with AIDS. Over the years, they have tried to raise money to find a cure and also to improve […]

The Ultimate Sacrifice

  Photo from dunia-kita       All over Indonesia, Muslims are celebrating Idul Adha today. The Idul Adha is known as the “Festival of Sacrifice.” It highlights, Abraham’s willingness to sacrifice his son Ishmael to Allah. The celebration will last throughout this weekend. It is a time where many people go back to their […]

Thanksgiving 2010 Reflections

  Photo from PC World       As I am getting older, I am seeing the correlation between gratitude and remembrance. In essence, the more we remember, the more we can develop a heart of gratitude. Now, one caveat in this simple principle is the assumption that we have learned how to see life […]

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