My family and I got the chance to visit Tito Delfin Ong a couple of weeks ago.

It was so inspiring to listen to him. We endeavored to be a blessing to him but it ended up him blessing us.

Listen in to part of the conversation we had.


While I was listening to him, one thought kept coming, “How can he say that?”

He kept saying, “I am ready. I am ready.”

While we are continuously believing God for healing and we know that God is a God of miracles, he was at peace just in case God calls him home.

How can a man say that?

You see,

the way we live now is completely 
controlled by what we believe 
about our future.

Tito Delfin knows that this life isn’t all that there is. That when he reaches the finish line, he has his Savior and Lord waiting for him.

As we ended in prayer, I encouraged him that God hasn’t given us a finish line yet. We will continue to fight a good fight of faith believing that our God is a prayer answering God.

We love you Tito Delfin and we’ll keep praying for your complete healing!


PS. Here’s an update from John, Tito Delfin’s son.


For updates, you may check Tito Delfin’s son’s Facebook at


What do you do when you are on your way towards a successful career, living out your childhood dream when suddenly life throws you a curve ball?

You no longer have what you used to have.

You seemingly have lost the dream you’ve pursued ever since.

You are left with a dilibitating situation with everything now out of your hands.

Listen to what Eugene Tejada went through and how God, coupled with spiritual family, helped him cope with his situation.



To listen to the whole message, click this link.
Then click on the video tab and watch the message entitled “Encourage One Another.”


These are my 2 words for the coming year – HOPEFUL ANTICIPATION.

You’ve had that experience. As a child, you’ve wanted that toy (Gameboy, Game and Watch, Game whatever) and a few days before Christmas, you overheard your parents talking about their gift to you. Yes! That very thing you wanted.

Christmas eve, nestled under the tree is a box nicely wrapped. You sit on the sofa with no one around. In the corner of your eye, you see your name on the box. Guess what’s plastered on your face? A smile that cannot be explained. A simper on the corner of your mouth. Why? Because you just know.


Hopeful anticipation!

You can be anticipating something but in fear or in anxiety. That’s not what we’re talking about.

Hopeful anticipation is different.


You just know … that whatever happens, your Father has your best interests in mind.
You just know … that even in lack, God is able to come through with provision. (Phil. 4:19)
You just know… that in times of uncertainty, you will never be shaken because He is at your right hand (Ps. 16:8)
You just know… that though things don’t work out the way you planned them, He is able to cause all things to work for your good. (Rom. 8:28).


Happy New Year everyone!