Funny thing about my journey to saint rose of lima in kissimmee, florida. I drove to the address based on my waze gps map while I was in florida. And I was wondering why they did not have a phone number on their website, because when I got there I found out that it is a new area being created with houses for a gated community with a few stores in place, but the church of saint rose of lima is not built yet. I still feel that saint rose of lima is important to me, because my friends in couples for christ orange county are serving at friday nights in yorba linda at st martin de porres of lima. Most saints as the apostles were called to walk together two by two, or 2 by 12 in the case of the apostles. All saints are surrounded and walk with other holy men and women throughout their lives as they serve together as teams uniting people and helping them understand god's love, and mercy and grace and light for their lives. The new app I used for GPS while driving is called waze, and the reason I like it is because you can make your drive and destination known to close friends or family members so that they know if your safe and when you arrive. I like it better than google maps, but It took me a few attempts to understand how to use it with my android phone. To me though a GPS is not always required, in older times before phones that have a GPS god would let us bump into each other randomly and people thought it was kismet or rendezvous, or serendipty, or just god's hand and god's will bringing us together. I believe so much in that because often my phone will run out of battery that I often get sent to places through God's GPS. God Placed for Service. I often meet some of my best friends after praying about something and just going to do or be the person I am called to be, and I do not always rely on my smartphone or GPS, or other fancy tools we have. All the tools we have now only augment who we are, they do not define us and are not necessary but they are helpful in our journey in 2014 and into the future.
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Sensei Ronald J.F. Panlilio
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I love to serve, and serve to love, and if you feel these words are blessings for your family please send us an email, or send any amount of sponsorship to help me put food on the table as a writer,and coach: basketball, fastpitch softball, and baseball who will use any love donation to help serve the neighbors I am called to serve as a Roman Catholic Servant-Hearted Artist. One of my goals in life is to use my writing to create a book for the theology of the body from my perspective as a man that is currently blessedly single, but also very much preparing to be blessedly married and I am already focused in my prayer life on one woman, and I pray we will be parents of children after our song of songs and wedding mass in god's perfect timing. I am praying about going to krakow, poland for world youth day in 2015 with a group from st paul in chino hills, and each members must raise 4000 dollars so hopefully I can raise enough for all of our group to attend: we already have 20 people in the group. you can send paypal funds to me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or if you email me we can make other arrangements. Jesus Be with you, and May Mama Mary always embrace and protect you with her Blue Mantle of Protection. And please also send any prayer requests along with it and I will be sure to add it to my weekly hour in the adoration chapel even if you don't have money to give I will still include your prayers with mine.
R and R International mentors families so they have more play time with their family and friends, and more tools like money to be used to prepare for more service with their neighborhood
Global Entertainment Symposium June 2014 at USC FILM School by the Los Angeles World Affairs Council