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Where Do My Feet Take Me?

Where Do My Feet Take Me?

Life is an adventure. Every day comes to us with a million possibilities for change, self-discovery, friendship, love, and service. We find ourselves with choices such as-- Do we go after the next stage of our dreams? Do we do our usual routine? Do we dare try...

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Prison Ministry: A Fulfilling Challenge and a Calling

Prison Ministry: A Fulfilling Challenge and a Calling

Scripture Reference: Luke 4:18-19; Matthew 25:34-36 Prison Ministry is Difficult Prison ministry is not an American dream. It is not the land of milk and honey, not a wonderful mission field as well. It is a very difficult mission field. You expose your life to...

The “WHY?” Behind Prison Ministry

The “WHY?” Behind Prison Ministry

Editor’s Note: This week, we take a look at prison ministry. Why do people reach out to those behind bars? Jayson Belleza gave us his thoughts when asked this question. His story of freedom was published on our website last August 4, 2020, as well as in our print...

Awakening the Dream (Part 2)

Awakening the Dream (Part 2)

The story of Noelle Paula Llave continues…  One evening, I couldn’t sleep. I was about to cut myself with a blade when I suddenly heard this voice in my mind saying, “If papatayin mo ang sarili mo ngayon, alam mo na ba kung saan ka mapupunta?” (“If you would kill...

The Runaway Pastor

The Runaway Pastor

Brokenness at a Young Age A very young Rodrigo I was an illegitimate son. We were my father’s second family. He was a good provider, but he died when I was 5 years old. I grew up with a very loving mother and siblings, but the environment around us was very abusive...

Heroes Have Dreams

Heroes Have Dreams

We ended August by commemorating National Heroes' Day; remembering the likes of Andres Bonifacio, Emilio Aguinaldo, Jose Rizal, and other great men and women who fought for our nation’s sovereignty and freedom, unafraid of death. Rightly do we regard them as heroes!...

Ang Pangarap Ay Para Kay Kristo (Part 2)

Ang Pangarap Ay Para Kay Kristo (Part 2)

…“Bakit po Panginoon? Ginawa ko ba ito dahil gusto ng aking mga magulangAno po ang gusto Mong gawin ko? Panginoon, kailangan ko po ng inyong gabay.” Mangiyak ngiyak ako habang lulan ng pampasaherong dyip pauwi sa aming tahanan. Hindi ko alam kung paano ko sasabihin...

ANG MANGARAP AY PARA KAY KRISTO

ANG MANGARAP AY PARA KAY KRISTO

“Pagputok pa lamang ng liwanag, dali dali na akong umalis upang makita ang resulta ng aming pagsusulit.” “Sinalubong ko ang listahan nang may malaking ngiti sa aking mga labi na unti-unting pinatatamlay ng katotohanang hindi pa nadaraanan ng aking mga mata ang aking...

Waiting for Seven: The Story of Tim and Noemi Salegumba PART 2

Waiting for Seven: The Story of Tim and Noemi Salegumba PART 2

On the 3rd month of pregnancy, Noemi got infected with chicken pox. By the time she was cured, the baby in her womb didn’t have life anymore. She was brought to the hospital where she labored to bring the lifeless baby out. The labor was painful, according to Noemi....

Waiting for Seven: The Story of Tim and Noemi Salegumba

Waiting for Seven: The Story of Tim and Noemi Salegumba

“May pangako ang Lord.” (“The Lord made a promise.”) The First Years After four years of being boyfriend and girlfriend, Pastor Tim and Noemi decided to get married on April 29, 1989. He was 23 years old and she was 25. Both of them were in ministry; Pastor Tim just...

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