Glenn Fong

Glenn Fong

My blog “It´s for Real”

Glenn Fong is from Cali, Colombia but is currently living in Florida. He has been married to Sandra for 15 years, (yes, it is possible! Marriage is supposed to be forever!), and they have been blessed with two children. Glenn studied Systems Engineering at San Buenaventura University in Cali, Colombia and now works for a multinational company as an Analyst-Developer. He is not a writer, but his passion for Christ and His Church propel him to write about many different topics.

Glenn Fong is author and editor of the Blog "It´s for Real", which can be found on the website www.familiesfullyalive.com.

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Heaven is Reachable, Just Love Others

The fundamental goal of every Christian must be that at the end of our earthly lives, we enter Heaven and live eternally in the presence of our Eternal and loving Father. And in order to achieve this goal, it is not enough to pray all day, to fast, to fulfill penance, to get to the point of sweating holy water, etc. None of this is sufficient. We will not be able to enter into the Kingdom of Heaven unless we have a true love in our hearts.

Treasures of Our Church

My experience in one of the Treasures of Our Church 

I believe that all of you know that a short while ago in Florida, U.S.A., Hurricane Irma affected us; a storm never seen before. It was bigger than Colombia, my country of origin. Due to the threat of the hurricane, many Floridians decided to evacuate - far away from the winds and water that Irma was bringing to our area. I was one of the thousands of Floridians who evacuated out of the state, and I chose the State of Alabama because the projection of the storm showed that Alabama would not be touched by Irma and its tentacles.

Is that your nickname?

For most of us, since we were very young, we have heard that we are Catholics, and we are part of the Catholic Church. Right? But do we really know what it means to be a Catholic?

Elections, Anger, and Peace

Recently, the United States held its Presidential Election, and in my observations since then, everywhere I look I see both happy and frustrated faces.  Sadly, it seems that there are more faces of non-conformity, and I have a hunch as to why this may be. 

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