I Can Only Imagine Film Coming in March 2018

MercyMe’s lead vocalist, Bart Millard, wrote the song I Can Only Imagine after his father’s death, imagining what it would be like to see God in heaven (where there is no more death, mourning, crying or pain). It won for ‘Pop/Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year,’ ‘Song of the Year’ and Millard earned the Dove Award…

Christmas Music Hangover: Pentatonix and El Gamma Penumbra’s Mary Did You Know?

My new favorite Christmas Song discovery by this awesome a capella music group, Pentatonix: Mary, Did You Know? Mary did you know that your baby boy will one day walk on water? Mary did you know that your baby boy will save our sons and daughters? Did you know that your baby boy has come…

“That’s All” by Dr. Glenn Obligacion

It’s always a huge blessing to be around people who love the Lord.  Peter and Annabelle graciously  filled the room thus!  One of the wonderful guests we had the privilege to hear was Pastor Glenn (son of the late actor, Oscar Obligacion).  Several years ago, Pastor Glenn and his lovely wife, Ate Ellen, were in…

Let Me Not Forget This

Lord You alone are the one who gives the ability to produce wealth. Help me to focus on You. And keep my focus on You, not to wear myself out to get rich nor trust in my own cleverness. Apart from You I can do nothing. Thank You for Your Spirit who will help me to…

God of the Angel Armies

Ed Cash’s wife had been waking him up in the middle of the night from anxiety and fear attacks. She asked her husband to pray for her and soon after, Ed wrote the lyrics for the song “Whom Shall I Fear?” as a praise to God through the night.  He didn’t know where the lyrics came…

Who Can I Run To?

I really liked the 80’s song by Whitney Houston,”Run to You”. It was melodious and romantic.  Had I known God’s Word then, the part that says: Psalm 146:3-4 (NIV) 3 Do not put your trust in princes,     in human beings, who cannot save. 4 When their spirit departs, they return to the ground;     on that very day their plans…

How Do I Love Thee, Let Me Count The Ways

Singer-songwriter/ Worship Leader, Matt Redman, talks about the story behind the worship song, 10,000 Reasons, in this video: Story Behind 10,000 Reasons Taken from Psalm 103 in which the psalmist pours out the multi-faceted reasons to praise God for all that He is and to thank Him for all the great things He does, the…

Song: I Will Say (Lou Fellingham)

Would like to share with you this worship song.  The first time I heard it, I put it on Repeat on my iTunes. Oh, about thirty-eight times.  Lou Fellingham’s sweet voice delivers the beautiful melody and powerful Scripture-based lyrics to the heart. The song talks about God in the ongoing action of giving rest to…

Praise Song by Aldrich Lloyd Talonding

I invite you to watch Aldrich Lloyd Talonding and James Walter Bucong from General Santos City in this rendition of “Rooftops” The lyrics of the song taken from this website: JESUS CULTURE LYRICS “Rooftops” Here I am before You, falling in love and seeking Your truth Knowing that Your perfect grace has brought me to…

When You Need Strength To Face the New Day

Craig and Susan Phelps and their children were on their way from their home in Oklahoma to a ski trip Colorado. They were in the remote and dark area of the Texas panhandle when their van was hit by an eighteen-wheeler truck with such a forceful impact that threw out all of their four children….

When Our Prayers Seem Unanswered

Laura Story’s husband, Martin Elvington, was diagnosed with a brain tumor. She prayed for his healing but her prayer wasn’t getting answered the way she wanted in the time she wanted. As she walked through this challenge in her journey, she had a paradigm shift and the word “blessing” started to get redefined in her…

Finding the Voice of Worship Amid Fear, Uncertainty, Loss, Pain, Grief, or Death

Just four days after the September 11 attacks on New York City’s Twin Towers, songwriter Matt Redman and his wife, Beth, started a sabbatical in Los Angeles. The effects of the traumatic, tragic, terroristic event that gripped the United States started to sink in. The nation was gripped by fear, uncertainty, loss, pain, grief, and…

Worship Amidst Tragedies

Can you and I praise the Lord after a series of tragedies? This is what Horatio Spafford did. His four year old son died of Scarlet Fever. The Great Chicago Fire of 1871 caused him financial ruin. The ship that his wife, Anna, and their four daughters took to go to England sank and all…