We may have started the year full of hope that things will be better than the year before. And yet our hopes may have been greatly diminished by repeated lockdowns and worse news than we’ve received the previous year. How could we still be in the wilderness? Has God forgotten His promise to us?
We always hear that Jesus Christ is Immanuel, God with us. With everything that’s happening around us, how can God being with us give you and me tangible hope this season?
Recently, we’ve been to more gatherings as restrictions begin to ease. Many of us have jumped right back into being comfortable with face-to-face meetups. But what about those who are having a hard time adjusting?
As Filipinos, we are a loyal people. We love to show our loyalty to our campus basketball team, our unique culture, and even our fave PPop bands. But as followers of Jesus Christ, our main allegiance is to Him and His Kingdom. What does this mean?
As Christmas season approaches, we want to look back at why Jesus Christ needed to become man so He could save us. What does it mean for Him to be Messiah?
Have you ever tried preaching the gospel to someone who is your total opposite, or someone with very different or unusual beliefs? How can we learn to embrace God’s calling for us to reach people of diverse cultures?
Each of us grew up with different backgrounds, and we value different things because of that. That’s why we reach a point when we may have a major disagreement with someone, whether in church or in our other relationships. What if it’s a person you’re walking with? What can you do?
The experience of God’s unconditional love overflows into a desire for others to experience the same thing. This is why we end our conversations about the foundations of following Christ talking about making disciples. To help you prepare, share, and transition from this chapter in ONE 2 ONE, we’ve come up with these basic tips.
Loving others is fundamental to following Christ. We learn to appreciate the role of the church community in our faith when we understand that God expresses His tangible love for us and grows us in love for others through the Church. To help you prepare, share, and transition from this chapter on the Church in ONE 2 ONE, we’ve come up with these basic tips.
We may think that someone is spiritually mature when they don’t seem to struggle with negative emotions or when they always have a verse or a solution ready for any faith crisis. But is this really what a mature spiritual leader looks like?
One of our greatest joys in life is to belong to a church community. But because we are imperfect people, sometimes we unintentionally cause pain to each other. How can we help people heal from a traumatic experience within the church community?
Being a follower of Christ is seen in how we live our lives, but what keeps us from just doing religion or from simply following a set of rules is vibrant communication with God that changes our hearts and minds. This is the essence of doing devotions. To help you prepare, share, and transition from this chapter on devotion in ONE 2 ONE, we’ve come up with these basic tips.
Healing from the wounds of the past is important for our well-being. But it’s hard to open up when you’ve had a horrible experience or a shameful past. How can we be a safe space for each other in the church community?
Has anyone ever approached you saying they think they might be depressed? How should we respond when this happens?
2021 has stretched us in so many ways—in our relationship with God and with others. It also challenged us in our leadership. Sa dinami-rami ng mga pagbabago, alam lang natin na ang bawat pinagdaanan at pinaglaban ay naghulma sa atin upang lumago bilang isang lider. Let’s look back at the faithfulness of God in our lives and the valuable leadership lessons that we gained this year.
God has called each of us for leadership. Pero sa dami ng mga magulong nangyayari sa paligid at sa dinami-rami ng nagbago, di ko na alam paano magsisimula ulit. With all the limitations, how can I start pursuing the leadership call of God for my life? In this episode, we will look into the greatest leader of all time and how he led not with mere declaration, but a demonstration.
Bakit parang di na ako ganoon ka-excited? Bakit di na tulad ng dati? Posible pa bang maging passionate ulit? Our hope is that this episode will shed light and inspire you to continue pursuing your walk of faith and your calling in God.
Dealing with mental health issues is very challenging and most people become creative in coming up with ways to cope with them. One of these creative coping mechanisms is through memes, hoping that humor would lighten our burdens. Are they really helpful?
Saan ba ko magsisimula? Paano ba ko babalik? Sa lahat sa atin na nakaranas at kasalukuyang nakararanas na mapalayo kay God at sa church community, posible pa ba talaga ang makabalik? Our hope is that this episode will inspire you to take that step of faith to start again in your relationship with God.
The 2022 national election is coming up and we are already seeing a lot of heated conversations about it, especially on social media. How do we choose to value our relationships over our disagreements and have a healthy discourse?
A lot has changed in the way we do life as a church because of the pandemic. Sa dami ng nagbago, paano nga ba natin maipaglalaban ang relasyon natin sa isa’t isa? In this episode, we will talk about what it looks like to be part of a healthy church community even in an online setup.
Kapag marami tayong pinagdadaanan, maaaring gugustuhin nating mapag-isa. Pero darating tayo sa punto na alam nating kailangan natin ng tulong. In this episode, we will talk about the importance of the church community to fight the strong desire to isolate when we struggle.
Season 2 na ng The ENC Leadership Podcast at kasama ng bagong season ay bagong series tungkol sa discipleship. Ano ang bago dito at bakit kailangan nating pakinggan?
Paano kung maraming kang struggles sa panahon ngayon? Puede pa rin ba mag-reach out sa ibang tao? In this episode, we will talk about the reality of our personal struggles in this challenging season and how this can affect our relationship with God and with others.