Devotions or journaling is a personal part of my life as a Christian. This is my quiet time where God talks to me and teaches me things that i needed to learn. Christianity today rely so much in reading the scripture. Aside from first hand life experience, wisdom is also gained through journaling. Basically, this is a Christian's fuel to continue the race of faith.  As we live in this world, we are expected to excel, live and share. 

Through sharing, we learn from one another. Through sharing, we are able to touch one's life. Through sharing, we can make this world a little better. 

As a part of this sharing gesture, i invited these people to write on this blog. They have their own achievements on their personal journeys. Through these experiences and milestones, for sure, there's something that they could share to us for learning, touch lives and to make this world to be more artistic.

Here are your guest writers:

Name: Samuel Moore-Sobel
Field of Study: Government and International Politics
Church/Organization: McLean Bible Church
Position: Freelance Writer and Business Process Consultant
Focus: Leading a movement to bring scars to light, both visible and invisible.
Thoughts: Jesus’ scars are often overlooked. We focus on Jesus’ death and resurrection, while often failing to dedicate adequate time to actively explore this crucial scene from the Bible.
Challenges in writing: The biggest challenge in writing is to include everything you want to say in the space allotted. Oftentimes, I have words that are forced to hit the cutting room floor due to space constraints.
Realization: "Scars are an inevitable part of the human experience. As a Christian, I believe God calls us to share our scars with others, and to talk openly about the marks we carry in this world."
Message: Pain is an inevitable part of our experience. We are all guaranteed to experience much pain in this world. Healing does not occur when we hide past reminders of suffering. Healing can be attained by pursuing Jesus’ example of sharing our scars - both visible and invisible - with others.
For the readers: "I am passionate about bringing scars to light. My mother and I are nearing completion of a memoir focusing on our experiences revolving around both trauma and recovery. To have words of hope delivered directly to your inbox, visit and subscribe to our blog today. Join the movement to change the cultural perspective on scars by liking our Facebook Page (Holding On To Hope Today) and following us on Twitter (@holdhopetoday)." 


Name: Nayki Saquibal
Field of Study: Hospitality Management
Church/Organization: Jesus Conquers Christian Ministry (JCCM)
Position: Worship Leader
Focus: Sharing the Love of Jesus through music and social media, especially with the young people.
Thoughts: If you want to know more about Love. Seek the One who created it.
Challenges when writing: I always think about what people might say every time I share what God has done in my life but thanks to the Holy Spirit!
Realization: All our striving is like chasing wind.
For the readers: "Hi I am a social media advocate of Saved Ministries, if you want to know more about it, you can visit their website:
You can also listen to Saved Radio every Sunday on air via 106.7 Energy FM or online via
Article: Wondefully Made

Name: Tia Adair
Field of Study: Missionary
Church/Organization: Youth With A Mission
Focus: Knowing God and making Him known in the Nations
Challenges when writing: Narrowing down what exactly to write about. There were so many thoughts in my head about writing it was hard to decide what to write and say.

For the readers: "Know that I am praying for each and everyone of you to encounter Jesus daily" 
Article: The Lonely Hearts Club


Name:  Dorothy Angeles
Field of Study: Business Administration Major in Management.
Church/Organization: Sta. Ana United Methodist Church/ALIVE, Prayerful, Outstanding Youth ni Lord (Apoy ni Lord).
Position: Worship Leader,  Small group leader & Admin.
Focus: Leadership
Thoughts: Life is full of tests and twists.
Challenges when writing: “ The enemy’s saying “you’re writing isn’t worth it””.

Realization: “ My dreams are greater than any disappointments and negativeness. " 
Message: “One of my inspirations as I write this post is my dream of writing a book. I know this devotional blog is one step closer onto it. ”
For the readers: “When you know that God leads your heart, just go for what it desires---whatever it takes”.  
Article: Dream Giver. Dream Chaser.