Hello, readers! My name is Jonel and I go by an alias “The Praying Lensman” which is also the name of my blog. “Praying” because I believe in one, almighty, and munificent God. “Lensman” because I capture photos and short videos as a hobby. The plan is merging these two interests into one through this blog. I am a husband and a father of three and I depend on a job to support my growing Christian family. Thus, I will be blogging about parenting, work life, Christianity, and other topics under the sun.
This is a 2014 Facebook post from Dr. Fernando Casanova, a well-known theologian, and an ex- pastor of a Pentecostal church in Puerto Rico.
In our own ways we can be prophets and by helping and at the same time proclaim the Gospel to others. By imitating Christ, we can be Christ for others especially the voiceless.
Gilberto is a good friend of mine. We went to the same school founded by Venerable Monsignor Aloysius Schwartz. His baranggay is in dire need of help.
The three types or levels of faith are infantile faith, critical faith, and adult faith.
Photos of my friend’s wedding last June 2020 at a beautiful old church in Morong Rizal.
As an Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW), I am one of the numerous individuals affected by the current global crisis. Here is my travel story from Singapore to Manila amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
The best and the brightest of the Protestants are becoming Catholics. Many Born Again Protestants fail to realize many things and they remain outside and against the Catholic Church.
The Catholic Church is the only Church that God built in fulfillment to Jesus’s promise “I will build my Church”. Here are some reasons why!
Do we need to be a part of a church? Which church? Did Jesus really build a Church of his own? How many? Can someone just start a church of his own?
Both the ordained and the non-ordained members of the Church should work together in our daily spiritual battle against Satan and all the evil spirits who work day and night in order to lead us away from eternal happiness of heaven.