Witnessing God's Love

Personal testimonies of City on the Hill members.

  • Getting Through The Fog By: Larry Tiamzon Have you ever experienced being lost in a thick fog with no flashlight on hand? I have and here is my story…. In the summer of 2006, my business started to have a big financial setback. What used to be a smooth sailing suddenly became huge, rough waves that were very hard to handle, and it really terrified me.  And to top it off, our business was audited by the IRS and was assessed to pay a huge six figure amount plus interest and penalties. That was when I began losing my reins. I started to have sleeping and eating disorders. I could no longer force myself to have the same enthusiasm to go to our office ...
    Posted Dec 20, 2011, 5:38 PM by Alfredo Pacaon
  • Where the Lord Leads, I Follow By: Rica Cabigao Years ago, a friend of mine invited me to join her company, I said no, thinking that it is not possible for my current visa status to change employment.  She left the offer open in case I change my mind.  I am already settled where I am.  I don’t have second thoughts or regret in my heart rejecting her offer.  I was not even curious about the position or the offer, or even with the possibility of getting certified again.  It is clear in my mind that I am not changing work.  Mid 2006, a strong prodding combined with unfavorable work conditions and bigger financial needs led me to do the exercise of laying down pros ...
    Posted Dec 20, 2011, 5:16 PM by Alfredo Pacaon
  • The Brothers’ Household By:  Ryan Japson  Nine single men embarked on a journey of impossibilities to live together for 29 days in a single household.  For so many reasons that I can care to mention, a lot of these men involved had valid and superficial excuses on why we shouldn’t have participated. But when it comes to The Lord, you run out of excuses real fast. We all had our reservations and frankly thought that our household’s success was a long shot.  Our leader, in his own words, felt like “it was the blind leading the blind men.”   For the only one with any real household experience among us was the youngest and most recent member of the group.  He was ...
    Posted Dec 20, 2011, 7:46 PM by Alfredo Pacaon
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