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How Deep Are Your Wounds?

How Deep Are Your Wounds?

I remember a time when I was around six years old, and my little brother wounded himself on the heel. I saw a little hole in his skin where white solid bone peeped out. Playing nurse, I got some Betadine and cotton and tended to his wound.  After a while, my brother...

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Sofia Paderes – “Hands”

Sofia Paderes – “Hands”

There are days when we think we were put on this earth to save others, and the moment we are unable to do any saving, we find that burden bearing more weight than we can carry. A few years ago, I discovered that I was not immune to that burden. And so I wrote.

You can’t fix it all. And that’s okay. This poem is for you.

–Sofia Paderes

God, My Matchmaker

God, My Matchmaker

There I was, invited to attend the 10th Anniversary of the Kachin Refugee Learning Centre. Tears streamed down my face as I witnessed batch after batch of students coming onstage to perform. I silently prayed to God and told Him that it would be impossible for me to...

From Modern-Day Jonah to God’s Missionary (Part 2)

From Modern-Day Jonah to God’s Missionary (Part 2)

The Testimony of George Pappachen Despite the nudge he felt to serve the Lord full time in ministry, George applied for a job in line with agriculture. A company offered him a position and he accepted it.  He started working there but  suddenly had a strange problem....

Mobangon Ta Mindanao

Mobangon Ta Mindanao

The One Voice Magazine Team is mobilizing relief goods to help the earthquake victims of Mindanao. Perhaps you, your family, your friends, your church, and/or your workmates can be part of this? Let’s be ONE in helping the country rise! List of relief goods that can...

From Modern-Day Jonah to God’s Missionary (Part 1)

From Modern-Day Jonah to God’s Missionary (Part 1)

The Testimony of George Pappachen Meeting Glory for the First Time Before becoming a missionary to the Philippines, George Pappachen was born and raised in a Roman Catholic family in India. His clan was known for its Syrian Christian heritage. George was the youngest...

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A Spoonful of Manna

Visiting the Poquiz Aeta Tribe (outreach ocular)

OV at Singapore