Huwebes, Nobyembre 20, 2014

I'm Saved!

      
        


For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God not by works, so that no one can boast. Eph. 3:8-9

1st day of Internship!

Hello readers! I forgot to post my thoughts about my internship yesterday. This is the only time that i was able to post it. 

11-20-14 (Thursday)

First day as Intern @ PEDHS Alabang. I'm really struggling waking up early in the morning. i used to sleep super late. My call time on PEDHS is 15mins. before 6am and i have to travel 1 1/2hours because i live in Laguna. I woke up 4:30 in the morning i can't decide whether i'm going to take hot bath or just the normal cold water bath. when i checked the time its already 4:47 i had no choice but to take the cold one. I feel so nervous but excited. When i got there. I was assigned to Mrs. Louisa Tabiles, she will be my CT until March. I'm blessed because my ct is so kind and very approachable. I introduced myself to her then she oriented me about her schedules and handle of sections. Everyday she's handling 6 sections which means i'm also going to handle 6 sections everyday! (I feel so tired right now while writing this) so we went to the 1 section which is Section 10 my ct introduced me to her students. Each sections there are 60+ students some of them are drop.(imagine how can i handle this?!) during class i observed some of them are always going outside even though theres a teacher in front they don't care, they just do what they want to do. And its so hard to think of what kind of strategies i'm going to used to them. Some of them always making noise, texting, teasing each other & not paying attention to their teacher. I feel pity to my ct she needs to shout everytime just to stop her students in making noise. (Kaya pala lagi siyang paos) I feel pity also for the students because asied from quality education they also deserved good and well ventilated classrooms. Each classroom have 60+ students then 1 electric fan & destroyed chairs. How can student focus on her study if her surroundings is so dirty and suffocating? I also experience studying in public school during elementary but then my mom transferred me to private school because she wanted better education for me. I'm not against or something on public schools, What i mean is in private school teachers can focus on each of her students because she only got 24 students while in public schools they have 60+. (Pagchecheck palang ng attendance ubos na oras) anyway, nakakachallenged din magturo sa public school. And deserving ang mga teachers dun ng mataas na sweldo. Now i know what it feels like. 

Osiya, may bukas pa. Baka maubusan ako ng sasabihin. Adios! 



xoxo, 
Yhen

Lunes, Nobyembre 17, 2014

#SavedByGraceTheConcert Tickets!

Together let's celebrate the goodness of the Lord! 
Buy your tickets for only 100php.
See you!

                              
              

#SavedByGraceTheConcert

Hi everyone! Finally i was able to open my blog. Its been a year since my last blog post. Hopefully i can maintain this blog. I'm very busy with my practicum. Anyway, i'd like to inform you that the church that i'm attending to are having a concert this coming December 28, 2014. For more infos & updates regarding the concert please do check this page out!

Here is some background info..
DLCC is a group of people saved by grace with abounding stories of grace to tell. Just like every DLCCnians who has grace-chronicles to share, I partake in the joy of 17- year awareness of God’s work behind the scenes of my life. I couldn’t wait to tell about it and how events of my life made my whole family embrace the truth in Romans 8:28, “And we know that God causes all things to work together for good to those who love God, to those who are called according to His purpose.”


xoxo,
Yhen

                           

Miyerkules, Pebrero 13, 2013

Keep pressing forward.



One thing I’ve learned is that whenever life seems extra difficult, whenever it seems like the intensity has been turned up, that’s a sure sign that you are close to your victory. Whenever negative thoughts are bombarding your mind, or you’re tempted to get discouraged, that’s not the time to give up! That’s not the time to back down. That’s the time to dig your heels in. That’s the time to press on with a new attitude because you are closer than you think to your victory.
Maybe you’ve had a lot come against you lately. It seems like the more you pray, the worse things get. Maybe you are doing the right thing, but the wrong thing keeps happening. Instead of getting discouraged, begin to declare, “I’ve come too far to stop now! I’ve been through too much to back down. I realize the reason the intensity has been turned up is because I’m about to give birth to my dreams.”
Friend, don’t allow the enemy to steal from you any longer! Instead, press on toward the goal because you’ve come too far to give up now. Remember, God Almighty is with you, and He is leading and guiding you down the path of victory in every area of your life!

God feels your pain.




Life is full of things that try to push us down. We all face disappointments and setbacks. Maybe you received some bad news about your health or perhaps a relationship didn’t work out. That was a setback. It’s easy to get discouraged or lose your enthusiasm or even be tempted to just settle where you are. But if we’re going to see God’s best, we have to have a “bounce back” mentality. That means when you get knocked down, you don’t stay down. You get back up again. You have to know that every time adversity comes against you, it’s a setup for a comeback!

Remember, as a believer in Jesus, the same power that raised Christ from the dead lives on the inside of you. There is no challenge too difficult, no obstacle too high, no sickness, no disappointment, no person, nothing that can keep you from your God-given destiny. If you stay in faith, then God will turn what was meant to be a stumbling block into a stepping stone, and you’ll move forward in strength, full of faith and victory!

Xoxo,
Yhen


Huwebes, Enero 3, 2013