Aside from sharing my healing journey last year in the 2016 SFC Middle East Conference held in Manila, I attended the 10th Kerygma Conference (the biggest Catholic inspirational event in the country) with a theme so dear to me, which was “Forward”.
It inspired me to continue life and to keep moving forward.
As a first-timer, I was grateful for the outpouring of the Holy Spirit from empowering talks.
During the event, a new theme was revealed, which was “Committed” and participants were given a target board for 2017. I wrote that my wife and I will attend the said conference whatever it takes.
Lo and behold, nothing is impossible with God!
A year in advance, I signed up. She adjusted her annual vacation.
Yesterday, November 23, 2017 (our 6th year anniversary when she gave me her biggest ‘yes’ to be my girlfriend) the conference kicked off with a blast. My wife and I hurdled all the obstacles. Thank you Lord!
The event was launched on a bigger scale and a notched higher compared to last year. I enjoyed every minute of it not only because of the spectacles but because my wife was beside me witnessing history unfold in front of our eyes.
During the opening plenary talk, I felt the sincerity and humility of Bro. Bo Sanchez to remove his name on all the marketing promo collaterals mentioning that it was his brand event because it was never his conference at all. It was from God – a calling and a mission to bring more people back to Jesus.
He profoundly shared what commitment really is, which was to die from our self and to love God more.
We should be committed more to the future than to our past. This was the key to evangelize more young people.
Our efforts to serve others must be adjusted to the current needs or else we will be left behind.
Focus on Jesus more.
Here is my A Dose of Ramedy today:
Attend conferences like Kerygma to deepen your commitment to love God. He will provide for all your needs (fees, work concerns, limitations, etc). He knows the innermost desire of your heart.
He knows better. He never fails.
Take it from me!