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BOOK REVIEW: Passion and Power, Pulpit Messages from the Filipino Heart

By Edwin D. Arceo Great pastors, preachers, ministry leaders with great messages in one book. BOOM! 25 of them are sharing their most memorable messages in OMF Literature’s “Passion and Power, Pulpit Messages from the Filipino Heart.” The two chapters were able to whet my appetite to read more, so my goal now is to read two chapters for every working day. Below are the contributors: Leonora Aquino-Gonzales, World Bank’s Communications Team Leader for Brunei, Cambodia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, and Thailand Jonathan Edwards O. Banzuelo, pulpit minister at Christ’s Gospel Center and professor of philosophy and...

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NOW SHOWING: To Life: How Israeli Volunteers Are Changing the World

In celebration of Israel’s 70th anniversary, CBN Documentaries presents To Life: How Israeli Volunteers Are Changing the World. To Life is an amazing look at five Israeli organizations dedicated to helping people across the globe. This is a story about Israel you won’t see in the news. In keeping with the Jewish tradition of tikkun olam (“repairing the world”), Israel has been at the forefront of humanitarian and disaster relief work since the 1950s, less than a decade after becoming a nation. Since then, the Jewish state has provided humanitarian aid to millions of people in 140 countries around...

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Anchors Aweigh

by Yay Padua-Olmedo Mention “anchor” and the first image in my mind is that of cartoon character Popeye the sailor man ―with his anchor-tattooed arm―created by artist Elzie Crisler Segar in 1929. I remember being fascinated by this character even when I was a teener in the 60s (Yes, I’m a baby-boomer!) craning my neck to catch this animated cartoon from outside our richer neighbor’s window. Each episode’s wow! moment? When Popeye rapidly chomps on spinach and pounces―POW!―on his nemesis Bluto with his paddle-like arm. The anchor is a popular maritime symbol―declaring, “I’ve been toughened, having braved the cruel...

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Disrupt Your World with a Short-term Mission Trip

By Edwin D. Arceo I just came from the western part of Thailand for a short-term mission trip…and it was totally disrupting…as I intended it to be. Too many Christians in the city with stable jobs and happy families are more than content to stay where they are most comfortable. Majority of Christians do not even have missions in their mind. When I say missions, I refer to cross-cultural missions to the unreached people groups of the world. Come to think of it, Christianity would not have happened if the first believers did not go on a mission trip....

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How Do You Get to Heaven from Here?

By Dr. Harold Sala For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith–and this not from yourselves, it is the gift of God–not by works, so that no one can boast. Ephesians 2:8-9 It’s an old story but it still proves a point. A pastor midway through his sermon asked the question on a warm Sunday morning, “How many of you want to go to heaven when you die?”  Everyone raised his hand except one man, obviously asleep. Focusing on the sleeping man, the pastor loudly asked, “How many of you want to go to hell when...

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