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Rev. Dr. Henry P. Silbor, a Great Commission Pastor

HENRY PALMEJAR SILBOR (1938-2010) was known as “a man of God worth emulating” pastor by his contemporaries and students. Silbor’s prominence was captivating throughout the archipelago of the Philippines: Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. Silbor’s life is an exemplary depiction of a Filipino Southern Baptist pastor, hence a good source of what it was, or howContinue reading “Rev. Dr. Henry P. Silbor, a Great Commission Pastor”

Church Hybridity

Church Online is different from Online Church. The former is a transition of medium from on-site services to digital platforms while keeping the essence of the on-site programs. One example is broadcasting the live stream of a church service (prayer, praise and worship singing, sermon preaching, giving, etc) on YouTube, Facebook Live, or via Zoom.Continue reading “Church Hybridity”

God is for “Change”

There is only much change that a person can handle. That is true. But sometimes we resist change since we are already comfortable with what we have, where we are, and how we are doing. Despite this comfort, many times in the Bible, God shakes this comfort zone to change someone according to what HeContinue reading “God is for “Change””

Nexus Generation for Christ

This Digital Era is the generation that is most connected than ever before. The term ‘nexus’ means a central point of network or link; can be further explained as a series of connections. Through digital technology, today’s generation has the capability to be connected to one another 24/7. But how can we communicate the gospelContinue reading “Nexus Generation for Christ”

The Everlasting Word of God

French Enlightenment philosopher François-Marie Arouet, famously known as Voltaire (1694-1778) once said, “A hundred years from my death the Bible will be a museum piece.” He confidently predicted that the Bible would vanish like a bubble and will be forgotten. That confidence of his was a grave mistake. In 1818, 40 years after Voltaire’s death,Continue reading “The Everlasting Word of God”

Fate or Faith?

Am I on the right road?Seems like it’s off the path.Walking to achieve my fate,Yet it doesn’t feel right.I wholly depend on You,The Author of my own milieu.Though my neck are clasped so tight,Your only way I walk by faith.I know I’m off Your wrath,Saw You once at the Cross-road. Sold my car and passion,LeftContinue reading “Fate or Faith?”

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