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Why I Love Mindanao

Why I Love Mindanao

The War-Torn Region My love for this war-torn region of the Philippines started—of all places—in Singapore. It was 2013, and members of the One Voice team were on practical training in street missions. We usually trained in this kind of cross-cultural atmosphere...

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BEAUTY FROM BROKENNESS: RESTORING A SECOND-HAND WEDDING GOWN

BEAUTY FROM BROKENNESS: RESTORING A SECOND-HAND WEDDING GOWN

Finding My Dream Wedding Dress Damaged with missing beads. A ripped inner skirt. Lace that’s old fashioned. She’s not as beautiful as the others. She’s used. And she only cost me Php3,000.  Because I was growing  emotionally attached to a cheap gown, I started calling...

Joseph the Dreamer: Then and Now

Joseph the Dreamer: Then and Now

“I am special! I am special! I am special!” If there was a scene that stood out for me in Trumpet’s musical production, Joseph the Dreamer (JTD) this year, it was when Joseph said these words while pounding on the prison floor, forcing himself to remember his value...

Remembering Venite PART 3

Remembering Venite PART 3

This is Part 3 in a 3-Part tribute to Venite Castillo, written by his friend, Inah Tolentino.  My Goodbye I already lost my father, mother, and sister, so I can say I am well-acquainted with grief. Still, I got blindsided by the grief over losing Ven. He was a best...

Remembering Venite Castillo PART 2

Remembering Venite Castillo PART 2

This is Part 2 in a 3-Part tribute to Venite Castillo, written by his friend, Inah Tolentino.  His Ministry Venite had been a believer of Christ since 1998. Members of our Christian organization, University of the Philippines Los Banos (UPLB) Students of Destiny (now...

Remembering Venite Castillo PART 1

Remembering Venite Castillo PART 1

I was in quarantine aboard a cruise ship when a message popped on the screen of my phone. It was from our church group chat, and  it said, “Please pray for Kuya Venite. He passed out in the middle of a Zoom meeting. His family brought him to the hospital already....

A Childhood Dream Come True: My Journey to MD

A Childhood Dream Come True: My Journey to MD

I come from a family that is not well-off. We live below the poverty line. My father died of colon cancer before I graduated from high school. My mother tried her best to provide for my kuya and me through housekeeping. Life in College I didn’t intend to take the...

ANGULO sa TITULO

ANGULO sa TITULO

https://youtu.be/d_HnV2hXz4E Pakinggan natin ang kwento tungkol sa AKO. Huwag na ang kwento ng iba tungkol SAYO Simulan ang epikong kwento sa tulong ng aking talento kaya makinig at makuntento Handa na ba kayo? Kasi magsisimula na tayo Lapis at Papel ang puhunan sa...

Our Love and Passion for the Philippines

Our Love and Passion for the Philippines

Heroes and Villains Our life story, the stories of our loved ones, our belief system, and how we grew up which includes our traumas, past pains, fears, and anxieties; the mainstream media and social media; our moral values and religion; how we view God and where we...

Partner’s Corner

Urgent Appeal for Ukrainian Aliyah

Urgent Appeal for Ukrainian Aliyah

The evacuation of refugees happening in Ukraine right now is massive. This article give us a glimpse of what's happening and how ICEJ is working to help in the crisis. One Voice Magazine is in partnership with ICEJ-Philippines and is currently launching a campaign...

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Visiting the Poquiz Aeta Tribe (outreach ocular)

OV at Singapore