A Psalm in This World’s Pain

A Psalm in This World’s Pain

“Giving birth should be your greatest achievement, not your greatest fear”– Jane Weideman.  An Anxious Pregnancy How can you set aside fear when you know that you will give birth in the midst of a pandemic—a time when you see death all around, and when cases of...
Rising from the Ashes of Rape and Imprisonment (Part 2)

Rising from the Ashes of Rape and Imprisonment (Part 2)

The Story of Krizzia Kate Yuzon Picking up the Broken Pieces After my deportation, I finally had the chance to tell the whole story to my parents. They were devastated, broken, and speechless when they heard what had happened to me. Until now, I can still vividly...
God’s Miracle: From Barren Womb to Instant Parents

God’s Miracle: From Barren Womb to Instant Parents

The story of Pia and Jonathan Rapusas As told to Rheyn Altoveros What would you do if you found out you were pregnant on the same day you were to give birth? Sounds like a scene from a sci-fi movie? No, this is a real story. My name is Pia, and my husband and I share...
Rising from the Ashes of Rape and Imprisonment

Rising from the Ashes of Rape and Imprisonment

Miracles Since My Infancy When my mother was three months pregnant, she had a miscarriage—the baby inside her was pronounced dead. The doctor immediately came to attend to her. After a few minutes, the doctor surprisingly heard a heartbeat. My mom couldn’t help but...
When The Scandal Of Disgrace Meets God’s Grace

When The Scandal Of Disgrace Meets God’s Grace

“To that person who gets to read this article, perhaps you’re at the point in your life where you feel like there’s no hope or you have no purpose anymore. I just want to let you know that if God can use an ‘Amalayer’ like me, paano ka pa?” – Paula Jamie...
THE COST OF THE CAUSE (Part 2)

THE COST OF THE CAUSE (Part 2)

I told my parents and they got mad. Nevertheless they still bought me a ticket bound for Mindanao. My faith in Jesus Christ caused me to leave my family and travel alone via ship at the age of 15. It was scary. But I knew that there was no turning back after truly...