Stories of Hope, Unity and Transformation

From the Editor
That Kind of Love: A Valentine’s Day Message

That Kind of Love: A Valentine’s Day Message

Dear Readers, I had written something earlier in time for Valentine’s Day, but when I woke up this morning, I just knew I had to write again. Many of you who are reading this are students or are in their twenties. Perhaps you have had an experience or two in the area...

Latest Stories

Humans of Manila

Humans of Manila

Sa loob ng labindalawang araw, kami ay naglathala ng mga kwento ng buhay, upang mabigyan ng mukha at tinig ang mga pangkaraniwang tao. Ang aming mithiin na sa pamamagitan nito ay makapagbigay inspirasyon sa bawat isa na mangarap at magkaroon ng pag-asa kasama nila....

Jerusalem of Gold

Jerusalem of Gold

The Bible tells us to pray for the peace of Jerusalem. In this performance video, Maestro Alvaro Sanchez plays "Jerusalem of Gold," an Israeli song written by Naomi Shemer. Rev. Alvaro “The Maestro” Sanchez is a master musician, conductor, and soloist whose...

The Blessing of Jacob’s Cafe

The Blessing of Jacob’s Cafe

THE VISION Huddled together in fervent prayer during one of their regular meetings, Lim Tow Soon suddenly saw in his vision the word “Jacob.” He and his cell group/ Bible study group were  praying for quite some time already, seeking God’s counsel on what name they...

Blooming in the Right Place

Are you where you should be according to God's will? Do your friends or colleagues help bring out the best in you through God? If not, then will you be willing to leave them if God tells you to go? Choosing your environment is very important as you grow up. Think of...

Be Strong, Be Brave!

As a musical evangelist living in a foreign land, I composed “Pain is a Victory Song” while I was living in the United States.  The song reflects the verses of Joshua 1:7-9; particularly the phrase, “be strong and be courageous.”  In these verses, the LORD was able to...

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 seem to...

From the Pit to a Purpose

I grew up not having parents because they died when I was still very young. That somehow contributed to my having deep insecurities as I grew up. I felt strongly uncertain of myself once I got into college where I transitioned into adulthood. I always felt awkward and...

A Good Slow Climb

When I went on my first hike in 2016, I knew I had to do something more than eating, sitting, lying down, and doing simple house chores. I had to do leg workouts. Squats. Jogging. But 2018 found me back to a sedentary lifestyle. I  noticed how my belly started to form...

Glimpses of Hope in Trials

I grew up as a kid in Sunday school and met my Heavenly Father and my Savior Jesus there. Through the hearing of the Word, God placed a hope in my heart that beautiful things could happen to me. But at the age of eight, my parents separated. Before I finished high...

Partner’s Corner

No Results Found

The page you requested could not be found. Try refining your search, or use the navigation above to locate the post.

A Spoonful of Manna

Visiting the Poquiz Aeta Tribe (outreach ocular)

OV at Singapore

Ministry Partners

iStudyEBS
Open Doors
Family Wise Asia

Media Partners