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Stages in the Journey towards Hamilton and Grafted Tomatoes

As a church, we want to be more Hamilton than King and I, more a grafted tomato plant than a bouquet of flowers. If you don’t know what I mean, then read here, where I begin to paint a picture of where we are going as a church. 693 more words

Christian traveller, this is what you miss: glory

(NB: as with all my thinking, it tends to be flowing from the seminars I attend, the books I read and the minds of others.  Ultimately it’s “thinking God’s thoughts after Him” (Kepler).   1,380 more words


Flower Bouquets, Grafting Tomatoes and Hamilton: Journeys in Multi-ethnicity

Encouraged. Inspired by a recent elders’ meeting, this word sums up my feelings recently. I’m encouraged to see how each of my daughters are uniquely blossoming. 996 more words

Why Jesus enables unity in the world more than any other.

Elsewhere, for another blog, I was writing on how unity can be brought about from great diversity, and what motivates me to put my life to this cause.  782 more words


Just two cents

“What happens when we stop putting people in boxes?”

This is what the world looks like, separated and disconnected. It’s depressing to see that most of us are heedless about our world’s present condition and we are not doing anything to illuminate the factors that prevent us from attaining our goal, unity. 161 more words

Identity Crisis

Most people have a definite answer when asked the question where you are  “originally” from. However, I always find myself confused when I’m asked that question. 439 more words


What Happens When We Unbox Each Other? 

Watch this inspiring short video from #Denmark: https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1395769393780632&id=127537673937150 

​In general, I feel fortunate that Philippines is one country with an open heart and an open mind. 485 more words

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