Fruits of Labor

One of the most exciting fruits of modern technology is being able to access the Internet either on traditional computers or on mobile devices. This means that whether you’re on the home, office or on the road, you will still be able to access information when you need it.

But there is only one drawback: If you are designing websites and Internet resources, they must work in harmony with all these devices. Easy-to-use tools and automated solutions make this job easier, but you must get around the limitations they will impose.

That is what exactly I have faced in creating the new banners in the parish website. It is interesting what things you can do with limited functionality of these solutions. As I am not a coding guru, I must use such packages. But they are also limited since making something easy means sacrificing some functionality, or at least, making them harder to see to an average user.

In the end, I succeeded. Ingenuity and skills have won the day. This reminds me and all of us of the gift that God has bestowed upon us: We are able to do because we’re given what we need. The gifts that the Lord has given us enables us to serve Him in different ways, whether directly to Him or through others. As a community, our collective efforts, combining each of our unique traits will enable us to do great things in His name.

We have been given the gifts we have because we have been called to use them. Let us put them into good things in His name.

About Barasoain Church

Barasoain Church is a Roman Catholic Church in Malolos City, Bulacan. It is renowned for its significance in the Philippine History during the late Spanish and early American periods. Today, it is a silent witness of present different from its past but staying resilient in the challenges lying ahead.
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