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The mission of Lakas Filipino Martial Arts is to educate, preserve and honor the martial arts from the Philippines as well as those fighting systems born from the Filipino American experience. This vision of this podcast is to capture and share the stories of teachers, instructors and mentors that have not only contributed their life and spirit to martial art, but have helped paint the portrait of who I am today, and what Lakas Filipino Martial Arts continues to develop to be.
 
Fashionability is a channel created for the purpose of making fashion and style accessible and inclusive for all! At Fashionability we believe that style is an inclusive forum, it is a creative outlet and everyone should be made to feel that they have the right to access it. Founded by UK fashion blogger Emily Davison writer of fashioneyesta.com and US Entrepreneur Laura Legendary creator of Elegant Insights Braille Creations. From interviews, to discussion topics we will be covering a whole ...
 
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In this letter to a friend John commends followers and those who labor for the truth. He tells us that Christian hospitality is a great way to live in a "manner worthy of God." Next is a warning to a proud person contrasted with a brother with good testimony, and he concludes by expressing a desire to speak face to face, ending with peace and greet…
 
In this letter, John is going to warn us of many of the same false teaching that John mentioned in his first letter and it is addressed to the elect lady and her children, with a focus on hospitality. To sum it up, John tells his children to walk in the truth, obey the commandments, love one another, and guard the teachings of Christ so that they w…
 
It is important to understand the culture and identity of who we are as a church. At Living Hope Family Church in Marana, we understand Jesus Christ has given to the believers people in leadership to build up the worldwide Church as well as the local Church in order to equip every believer with a part in working in the kingdom of God. We are ambass…
 
It is important to understand the culture and identity of who we are as a church. At Living Hope Family Church in Marana, our mission statement is to evangelize the lost, equip the saints, and empower them to step out into what God has called them to do. The first step is to evangelize. There is a world full of people who are living their life with…
 
It is important to understand the culture and identity of who we are as a church. At Living Hope Family Church in Marana, we are a people who pray. Prayer is a privilege based upon a relationship. It's also a tremendous responsibility but its foundation is the promises of God and the accessibility of His "very present help in time of need."…
 
I first became aware of Mark Mikita when I lived in Southern California. On a hot afternoon amidst the crawling West LA traffic on Washington Blvd, I saw his school. The exterior was white, with clean lettering and black Baybayin on the side. “Mi-ki-ta” I said to myself, reading the ancient syllabary. Above it all, clear and simple with no adornmen…
 
It is important to understand the culture and identity of who we are as a church. At Living Hope Family Church in Marana, we believe the gifts of the Spirit are still for today. The filling or baptism of the Spirit is subsequent to salvation, is available to every believer, and the gifts should be used in an orderly manner.…
 
It is important to understand the culture and identity of who we are as a church. At Living Hope Family Church in Marana, we believe God alone is worthy of our worship. The natural response of a changed and renewed people is to worship and there is power and breakthrough in worship. When we acknowledge who God is it should cause us to respond appro…
 
John ends this general letter reminding us of the same reason he wrote the Gospel account. Namely, that we can know without a doubt that we who believe in Jesus have eternal life. Because of that fact we can be completely confident that praying according to the known will of God results in answered prayer. He concludes by admonishing us to keep awa…
 
The apostle John primarily writes about two topics in these passages. The first is primarily on faith and how it is interconnected with love. To have real faith, you will love God and love others. And to have real love for God, you will follow His commandments. And the second has to deal with the testimony and witness for the truthfulness of the Go…
 
There are some key differences between children of the devil and children of God. Children of God have stepped out of death and into life whereas children of the Devil remain in death. Children of God love whereas the children of the devil hate. In addition, children of God abide in the Father, and the Father abides in them. As a result of this, we…
 
All too often, we limit who God is by our experiences. We think that God will be like our natural father or we think God behave like what we see on TV or in the movies. We limit what we think God can do by what “we” think is possible. But, His ways are not our ways. He may well, and often does, do things in ways that are totally different to how we…
 
Today, particularly in the U.S., we are ruled by science. In other words, if it can't be sensed, understood, and explained by our natural senses, we are skeptical, or even downright negative towards it. However, we serve God who is in the business of the supernatural. If we want to see God move in spectacular ways, we have to be open to the superna…
 
Sometimes real love demands confrontation. Paul has spent the majority of this letter defending himself against the accusations of the false teachers and apostles, as well as those brought by the congregation. But as he ends this letter, it is time for Paul to confront the Corinthians. Paul reminds them that all they do is done in front of God, who…
 
Paul has spent the last little bit engaging in foolish boasting in order to undermine the false teachers and apostles. But now, the tone changes, and he begins to challenge the Corinthians themselves. While he was with them, all the true signs of an apostle were evident, and they received the same care, love, and teaching that any church planted by…
 
Paul now moves on to visions and revelations in his foolish boasting, almost like he is answering a check list of things the false apostle were boasting about. Even though Paul had experienced great visions and revelations, he quickly falls back to boasting in his weakness. It is in his weakness that he is strong in Christ and he is content in what…
 
The false apostles had been doing their fair share of boasting. So, Paul, even though he would prefer not to, is required to act foolish and boast of his own accomplishments. But the purpose of this is not to build himself up, but rather with frequent exclamations of the foolishness for this exercise, it is to undermine the validity of the false ap…
 
The Corinthians had been easily deceived and led astray by false teachers. These teachers came in and boasted of their own abilities all the while cutting down Paul. But Paul is now going to take an aggressive stance with these false teachers. By the end of this message, we will know exactly what Paul thinks of these false apostles.…
 
With the last couple of chapters dealing with gift the Corinthians had promised to prepare for the Saints in Jerusalem but had not yet, this chapter switches gears. Paul once again begins to defend his ministry from the false teachers who have infiltrated the Corinthian church and have relentlessly attacked him and his ministry.…
 
The Corinthian church had caused Paul no shortage of heart aches. But, in spite of this, he loved them very much.The first part of this letter has been about defending his ministry and restoring his relationship with them, and today, we finish with Paul encouraging them once again to open their hearts to him. In addition, he spends a great deal of …
 
As we read 2 Corinthians, it seems the Corinthian church did not really appreciate Paul and what he had done for them. When they should have been defending Paul to his opposition, they were instead listening to them. Today, we are going to see a continuation of Paul's defense and proof of Paul’s love for the Corinthians. In addition, he will round …
 
Paul continues in his thoughts on the eternal verses the temporal as we begin chapter 5. We live in earthly bodies, but we groan to be clothed in our heavenly bodies. But whether in this body or our heavenly body, our aim is to please God. And while we are here, we are ambassadors of Christ and we have been given the ministry of reconciliation. And…
 
Shortly before moving back home to Maryland, I watched Guro Inosanto online as he presented our Filipino Martial Arts to a captivated audience at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of American History. The program, entitled “Filipino Martial Arts: From Kali and Escrima to Boxing” featured faculty from the University of Maryland but also …
 
“Yes! The rhythm! The Rebel!” – Public Enemy I started listening to Sifu Dwight Woods years before his podcasts, “The I Love Jeet Kune Do Broadcast“, “The Jeet Kune Do Dialogues” and “The FMA Files“. I started watching Sifu Dwight on YouTube back in the day, intently listening to his clips from his classes, talking about Guro Inosanto, JKD and Kali…
 
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