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Who Will Be the Next President?

Who Will Be the Next President?

Our Vote Matters Topmost on everyone’s mind as I write this is: “Who will be the next president of the Philippines?”   My president. Your president. Whoever wins the highest votes will get to sit in the highest seat of power in the nation, whether he or she was...

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Hope After the Storm (Part 2)

Hope After the Storm (Part 2)

Help kept coming in from friends and from clients abroad. One Voice Magazine and Help International partnered with us and sent monetary support to continue the outreaches. The third wave of community outreach was the most emotional one. We distributed bags of rice in...

Hope After the Storm (Part 1)

Hope After the Storm (Part 1)

I woke up to the sounds of busy streets and happy noises from children playing. I checked my phone with eyes half-open to see what time it was. It was 2:00 p.m., no wonder I felt hungry. A couple of months had passed since Typhoon Odette “Rai” struck Cebu, but the...

U-Care for Ukraine

U-Care for Ukraine

One Voice Magazine, in partnership with ICEJ Philippines, would like to invite you to take part in rescue efforts being done in Ukraine, spearheaded by the International Christian Embassy. You can do this in two ways: 1) Send short messages of HOPE and CARE to...

GANAP NA PAGHILOM: MATATAGPUAN LAMANG KAY HESUS

GANAP NA PAGHILOM: MATATAGPUAN LAMANG KAY HESUS

Lumaking walang ama, paano kung ang dating nagpo-protekta at tanging ama na nakagisnan mo ay siya mismong magtatangka sa’yong buhay? Saan mo pupulutin ang pira-piraso mong puso? May pag-asa pa ba itong mabuo? Ako si Jari. Bunso sa panig ng ina kung saan may isa akong...

Teachings Amidst Anthuriums

Teachings Amidst Anthuriums

Painting in the Garden I was five years old. I was drawing flowers with a man in the middle of an anthurium garden. Birds were chirping, while the sun drew circles of light on our skin—light that peeked through the foliage. We sat on flowerpots and started sketching....

Asking Tough Questions in an Age of Oppression

Asking Tough Questions in an Age of Oppression

Then and Now Historically speaking, there was an era in Europe when people who did not follow a prescribed way of thought were deemed a danger to the public and accused as witches. Believe it or not, many innocent lives were burned at the stake, with the leaders of...

From Tragedy to Beauty

From Tragedy to Beauty

“Your wife was found-- DEAD!” The reality, shock, and pain that this news hit me with is hard to articulate. I was in my house, receiving this heart wrenching information from two policemen dressed as civilians the morning of December 26, 2003. Just two days before,...

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https://youtu.be/cZyyEGelsbw An unborn soul waits in front of a mysterious door that will reveal his fate on earth. Watch this short film by Noah Del Rosario of Blass Off Brothers, also the resident video director of One Voice Magazine! NEXT (2018) An official entry...

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In Christ, We Are Made New

In Christ, We Are Made New

Jesus as Tradition Growing up, I knew Jesus and his ways as just part of tradition. I knew there was God whom I could pray to and ask for what I needed. But I didn’t recognize Him as the God I had to obey. Growing up in a broken family, I was perceived by my extended...

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Visiting the Poquiz Aeta Tribe (outreach ocular)

OV at Singapore