Photos of my friend’s wedding last June 2020 at a beautiful old church in Morong Rizal.
Welcome to My Blog!
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.
I speak four tongues including Spanish, Filipino, and Cebuano so you are free to drop a comment on my posts using any of these. I am not a native nor an excellent English speaker so I will be blogging using simple and plain English. I do wish to improve so I welcome and appreciate polite corrections.
Truth is in my veins and will only be blogging with the truth. I despise anything that is fake that sometimes I become aggressive when dealing with them especially when the victim is Christ or his One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church.
I tend to exhaust all my resources before publishing a post. If you do find anything on my post that you think is not accurate please do not hesitate to contact me immediately so we can work together and correct it to minimize the impact it can cause to the souls of the readers.
I am open to suggestions and new ideas. I would like to hear from you the topics you would be interested in that you want to see in this blog. You can drop a comment on my posts or send me a message via my social media account.
Thank you and let us serve Christ and the Church in all circumstances!
Some posts about by personal life…
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.
Forget about spending hours, or days, or weeks in developing a work schedule from scratch. I did that job for you! Use Roster and create a work schedule right away!
I hope this post inspires others to continue to their part in helping Jesus in the person of the poor. He is in the homeless, naked, prisoners, sick, hungry, and the thirsty.
A decree by Pope Paul VI encourages the laity to “ad servitium Christi et Ecclesiae ubique incitantis” or to serve Christ and the Church in all circumstances.
Here are some of my favorite books in my shelf. They help me remind of my faith and I thought of sharing this list to everyone.
A brief story about the two Vianneys of my life. Saint John Vianney and my son Jonel Vianney or “Uno”.