Stepping into the EthnoArts

Stepping into the EthnoArts

“So, what do you do as missionaries?” “We do EthnoArts work.” Whenever we get to this point in conversations, we almost always launch into a mini-lecture about what we do in the field. When people hear words like “church planter,” or “outreach volunteer,” they...
Liham Mula Kay Itay

Liham Mula Kay Itay

By Archie Salvador Gloc-9 Mahal kong anak, Unang una, nagpapasalamat ako sa Diyos na ibinigay ka Niya sa akin. Hindi na yata mabilang sa salita ang pasasalamat ko sa Diyos. Anak ko, ginamit ka ng ating Diyos upang tumingin ako sa buhay na ninanais Niya. Ang dating...
The God of Infinite Chances

The God of Infinite Chances

I. There he is again. The guilt settles on his shoulders like snakes with weights, coiling around him, pulling him down deeper. He sinks into the quicksand of his own self-abasement and abandons the thought of change. He did it again—looped another porn video; broke...
The Deal with Singlehood

The Deal with Singlehood

Valentine’s Day. We know it as the day of hearts. Love Day. For some single people, it has become  SINGLE AWARENESS DAY. For other single people, it is THANK YOU, LORD, I’M SINGLE! Day. You heard me right. First, let’s strengthen this fact: being SINGLE doesn’t mean...
Xmas or Christmas– Good or Bad?

Xmas or Christmas– Good or Bad?

By John David O. Moncada Preparing my Php150 on my way to the cashier to pay for a Christmas card which I felt was perfect to match the gift I prepared, made me remember a comment at church to “Keep Christ in Christmas.” That is, not to replace the word “Christ” with...
What makes a guy a man?

What makes a guy a man?

By John David O Moncada The thought of writing this scared me, not so much because this is my first article for One Voice Magazine, but because as a writer, one carries a big responsibility— not just of writing, but for being who you write about. In this case, the...