Pastor Kevin Sanders

"He must increase, but I must decrease." -John 3:30

Back to sanity . . .

. . . or as close as I get.

As most of you know, February was quite a month.  It was fun, exhilarating, and . . . well . . . tiring. 

The “crazy love month” speaking schedule all started on February 5th at UBC Youth Gig.  Then I got sick on February 7th–an all-day “comfort room ministry.”  It was the absolute worst time for me to become ill.  But God is faithful, and my strength came back just in time for me to do the speaking engagements that week.   

The high point for me was the book launching ceremony, and I had one final seminar last night at Faith Fundamental Baptist (Antipolo). 

Usually I write a quick shout-out post to every school/church/ministry I visit.  But that just hasn’t been possible for this month (though I have greeted everyone on the podcast).   All I can do is say “thank you” to everyone who invited me to speak over the past few weeks.  I hope you’ve been inspired to be pure and be wise in matters of the heart. 

I do have a couple of speaking engagements for this month, but only one of them will require some travel time.  March will be a much more “normal” month for me.

What’s the plan for this month?

*Campus ministry. I want to make the most of the remaining time this semester.

*More time in reading, reflection and prayer.  I plan to spend more time with God and get back to reading some of the books I started a couple of months ago.

*Sunday worship at UBC. I only attended one Sunday service at my own church in February.  I miss it. 

*Physical training:  getting back on track with strength and fitness.  Being sick and on the road so much has put a damper on training.

Pass the coffee pot, please.

3 Comments

  1. sane with a deranged picture lol

  2. This is what I really like about you Kuya Kevin. You’re real and true that anybody including me can relate. I need to go back to my books as well.

  3. May God bless you as you work towards your goals. In Him,

    Eden

    Thorns and Myrtles
    edenellis.wordpress.com

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