Stories of Hope, Unity and Transformation

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Fear? Divine Justice? Faith in the Midst of Coronavirus

Fear? Divine Justice? Faith in the Midst of Coronavirus

Dear Readers, Although our letter campaign to China has ended, the coronavirus is still at large, sweeping globally and causing fear in the hearts of many. At the time of this writing, we find the National Capital Region of the Philippines bracing for a quarantine....

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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...

Kagitingan: A True Story of Valor

Kagitingan: A True Story of Valor

This Philippine Army Digital Film tells of the daring operation of the Special Forces in 1990 at Murcia, Negros Occidental., Up to this day, this operation is still considered as one of the most daring and successful military operation in Philippine History. This is...

My Mom and My Wounds: A Story of Redemption

My Mom and My Wounds: A Story of Redemption

A Difficult Childhood I grew up in a household where my mom did not allow me and my siblings to play outside the house. Because of this, we would sneak out to play. Whenever my mom caught us, she would beat us black and blue. Bruises, sores, and wounds covered our...

Trusting God Beyond My Comfort Zone (PART 2)

Trusting God Beyond My Comfort Zone (PART 2)

Trying to Make Ends Meet I was unemployed in the Philippines for six months while waiting for my job in Qatar to become a reality. I asked a friend who owned a company to give me work as I waited. I thank God for this because the monthly pay I earned from this short...

Trusting God Beyond My Comfort Zone – PART 1

Trusting God Beyond My Comfort Zone – PART 1

A Difficult Beginning It has been four years since I followed God to our place of obedience. It was not easy building my spiritual muscles to become strong in the Lord. There were a lot of people asking and even forcing me to tell them why I left Singapore even though...

A God-Ordained Dream of a Husband

A God-Ordained Dream of a Husband

Clara speaks: Sometimes dreams come in the form of an unwritten message that tells you things you're destined for. For three nights in a row, I had a futuristic dream. It was somewhat like those romantic movies you see where a guy proposes to a girl and they live...

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Visiting the Poquiz Aeta Tribe (outreach ocular)

OV at Singapore