Not everyone is called to be a teacher. But since education is an important aspect of our lives, let's help those who want to impart their knowledge. Hi, my name is Jhon Rey Bado, a Filipino and the only Asian volunteer teacher in the Time to Teach program of Ecuador. The Ecuador’s Ministry of Education … Continue reading Teaching is a noble cause: how you can help
PRESS RELEASE Expand your horizons, pursue post-grad studies in EU The Goodwill Ambassadors of the European Higher Education Fair 2017 share why Europe is the best place to pursue higher studies. The beauty of mobility, amazing sights, historical places, rich culture and arts, prestigious schools, high-quality education, the list on why you should pursue further … Continue reading EHEF offers free admission
PRESS RELEASE [I received a request to help disseminate this information] One-day fair brings the best higher education institutions from Europe to Manila Study in EU now! Have you always dreamt of pursuing higher education abroad? Now is the time to embark on a journey of a lifetime - travelling around an learning from the … Continue reading One-day fair features higher education institutions
Halloween is widely celebrated in the world every 31st of October. But what is the Christian's perspective about this occasion? The origin of Halloween can be traced back to the Celtic festival of Samhain (pronounced sow-in or sah-vin), an observance of the end of summer where sacrifices were made to the gods in Druidic … Continue reading How should Christians celebrate Halloween?
Eight Below is not just a film. It's a story that shows us the value of friendship, compassion, unity and courage, especially in times of adversity. Eight Below is an American adventure drama film that tells a heart-breaking story of a dogsled team bound outside a research station in Antarctica when their human companions needed to … Continue reading A story of true friendship projected in Eight Below
[Note: I posted this a year ago in another site, but I decided to repost it here because of the seeming "timelessness" of the issue. Hazing seems to be a recurring thing despite the laws against it] ***** “This is the time of great sadness as De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde mourns the demise … Continue reading Fraternity hazing: how many victims more?
YES!!!! It’s Easter once again! Today is one of those Sundays most kids look forward to because it’s Easter egg-hunting day! What a thrill! What fun! Actually, Easter has different meanings to different people and customs. It has its origin in both pre-Christian religions and Christianity. But somehow, most of the customs associate it with … Continue reading Easter brings love, hope, and joy
In Christianity, Holy Week is the week before Easter, or the last week of Lent. It starts with Palm Sunday and ends with Holy Saturday, or the day before Easter Sunday. Easter Sunday is not included in the Holy Week since it is the beginning of another liturgical week. Observance of Holy Week differs from one … Continue reading Holy Week practices of different Christian denominations
Many kids and teens followed him in the comics. These same followers were even excited to see him come alive on the big screen. Indeed, Thor became a box office hit. But how many are familiar with the famous Norse god? In 2011, Thor threw a loud thunder that kept moviegoers talking. With Chris Hemsworth … Continue reading All about Thor and his incredible life
A Book Review Kinzer, Mark. Taming the Tongue: Why Christians Should Care About What They Say. Ann Arbor, Michigan. Servant Books. In this book, the author points out five factors that ruin relationships. But he especially singles out slander as the destroyer of reputation. The book’s title itself hints at how Christians should speak. … Continue reading Earn enemies by slander, win friends by prudence