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Why bad things happen and what must we do when we face them?

Nowadays, a lot of circumstances happening not only in our personal life but around the world as well sometimes leave us wondering, “what is happening?” “Why is this happening?” These situations also dampen our faith in God and we begin to ask, “God, are you real?” 319 more words


Bugout! California Part 118 - Mechanic

Ryan struggled with the tourniquet, holding one end with his good hand and the other in his teeth, pulling it as hard as he could. He couldn’t see the Jeep anymore, but made note of the direction. 3,311 more words


National Interfaith Humanitarian Mission Findings - public statement

My previous post detailed my personal experience joining the Colonsabac, Matanao team of the National Interfaith Humanitarian Mission (NIHM.)  Yesterday I went to Ateneo de Davao University to attend the public presentation of overall findings of the NIHM to the four areas:  Marawi City, President Roxas North Cotabato, Maguindanao and Matanao. 488 more words


Bugout! California Part 117 - Foster

Zac, Bradley, and Ryan cruised down the dusty road in their Jeep, the back filled with replacement parts for Ed’s hovercraft.

“Should be just around this bend,” Zac said from behind the wheel. 3,490 more words


Philippine President Duterte Reappears -- After five days of being out of public’s sight due to spending some “private time.”

By: Nestor Corrales – Reporter / @NCorralesINQ

INQUIRER.net / 05:30 PM June 17, 2017

President Rodrigo Duterte made his first public appearance on Saturday afternoon in Butuan City following five days of being out of public’s sight due to spending some “private time.” 351 more words

Philippines: Still no timeline for lifting martial law in Mindanao

By Alexis Romero (philstar.com) | Updated June 17, 2017 – 3:48pm

Police question a two-vehicle convoy of humanitarian volunteers who earlier ignored their checkpoint to rescue residents trapped in the fighting between government troops and Muslim militants who continue to hold their ground in some areas of Marawi city for almost a week Monday, May 29, 2017 in southern Philippines. 425 more words

Who's afraid of Martial Law?

Not me. Even if it was declared all over the country, not just in Mindanao.

I am not a dissident. I am not a criminal. I am not a terrorist. 921 more words