K Thoughts: Calling, Maybe?

K Thoughts: Calling, Maybe?

I don’t have it all figured out. To be honest, when people ask me what I do, I often pause and think how to respond. I usually end up saying, “a bunch of different things,” followed by laughter or an awkward smile, depending on who I talk to. šŸ˜ When they ask for specifics, I’m left with the following answers: Read more

K Thoughts: Regrets of the Past, and the Beauty of God’s Love

K Thoughts: Regrets of the Past, and the Beauty of God’s Love

Too often people say, ā€œNo regrets. I am who I am because of everything Iā€™ve done.ā€ I wish I could say the same thing. The truth of the matter is, I do have regrets, and the there are quite a lot of them! Saying I have no regrets is prideful. I have regrets about the guys Iā€™ve liked and dated, my finances, my career, how I shouldā€™ve studied better when I was a student, and the list just goes on! But what changes all these, is the story of Godā€™s redemptive love. The Gospel is what changes EVERYTHING!

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K Thoughts: Discipleship and Ananias

K Thoughts: Discipleship and Ananias

On Sunday afternoons, I spend my time as a Radio DJ for Saved Radio, a Christian radio station here in the Philippines on 106.7 Energy FM. Every month we are given a theme and we are to discuss bible verses, and biblical principles on a certain topic. For the whole month of November, the theme we have been tasked to share on is Boldness in Discipleship.

Last Sunday, November 15, I talked about Ananias, and my personal observations on Discipleship that I saw in his life. I write this in the hopes of encouraging people like me, who face challenges in discipleship. Here we go!

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Ananias laying his hands on Paul.
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K Files: The Student Nurse Life

Just the other day, I saw these again on my timeline, thanks to Memories by Facebook, and Timehop!

“Definitive Observation Unit, Day 1 of 2” This was the unit where I worked as a Registered Nurse on night shift.
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