Facing Fear During the Pandemic

Facing Fear During the Pandemic

It was only the third day of the Metro Manila lockdown. By then, I was already caught between “trying to keep it together” and giving in to my anxieties. I had so many plans this summer. I had a well-planned routine, an organized schedule, a stable job. Thanks to...
Faith over Fear

Faith over Fear

Faith over Fear By Jemilie Arboleda Nacino With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it’s so easy to lose heart and forget the faithfulness of God. It’s truly a terrifying and tough time to live, more so since I am pregnant. I get moments of discouragement and of being...
Things You Can Do While on Quarantine

Things You Can Do While on Quarantine

Things You Can Do While on Quarantine Igy Zafe For some people, staying home during this quarantine period can be a form of rest. For the others who are working, this is the much-coveted opportunity to work from home. For the young people and even the young “once” or...
While I Wait for My Dreams

While I Wait for My Dreams

When Dreams Are Galaxies I see it in my head. The night sky expands above me. Infinite. Vast. Unknown, yet altogether familiar. Galaxies stretch in dazzling colors. Burning auburns fleck with comets. Hazy pinks and purples crown with stars like diamonds. Thunderous...
Dreams: the Mind’s Place of Journey & Rest

Dreams: the Mind’s Place of Journey & Rest

If you think you’ve completely lost the creativity you had during childhood, your dreams prove otherwise. In dreams, you journey to distant or strange places and create amazing stories, most of which you forget in the morning. When you dream, you do things you would...
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...