Stories of Hope, Unity and Transformation

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September Editorial

September Editorial

Dear Readers, We decided to extend our theme on DREAMS for one more month, simply because there were still so many stories to unearth; stories like diamonds that we just couldn’t throw away or change the angle of. It is our hope that as you read our September articles...

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Weird? No, I’m Unique!

Weird? No, I’m Unique!

The Pain of an Artist Despite growing up in a home full of love and acceptance, I was a creative girl who was emotionally unstable. I was filled with insecurity, self-condemnation, and unhealthy perfectionism. I thank God for giving me a creative mind. As an artist, I...

Our Pandemic Dream Wedding

Our Pandemic Dream Wedding

The testimony of John and Debbie Limcangco As told to Nicole Gusto Wedding Dreams Weddings are joyous occasions. For a woman, it is the manifestation of her dreams and fairytale happy endings. Weddings celebrate the promise of love, setting it in a grand display with...

A Psalm in This World’s Pain

A Psalm in This World’s Pain

“Giving birth should be your greatest achievement, not your greatest fear”-- Jane Weideman.  An Anxious Pregnancy How can you set aside fear when you know that you will give birth in the midst of a pandemic—a time when you see death all around, and when cases of...

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...

The Wonder Woman

The Wonder Woman

It’s getting later in the year; that time when the air is chilled by the thought of endings. The sun sets at seven now, and the sky is already pinking as I close the door of my mom’s dented green van. I tilt my head up towards the sunset. I love everything about this...

From Drugs to Riches Part 3

From Drugs to Riches Part 3

Dreaming for my Family I started to dream of a life free from strife, violence, and hopelessness. I was able to release forgiveness to those who killed my father, and I started to dream good things for my family back in Cebu. I wanted them to know and receive Jesus,...

From Drugs to Riches (Part 2)

From Drugs to Riches (Part 2)

The Road to Recovery After my father’s death, my family agreed to send me to a rehabilitation center. I said yes. I thought I was going to Cebu for this, but I ended up in Antipolo. My family booked round trip tickets for themselves, not for me. I felt they really...

From Drugs to Riches (Part 1)

From Drugs to Riches (Part 1)

Young and Craving for Freedom I was a captive to drugs for more than 10 years. I had my first taste of marijuana when I was 11 years old. I gave in because of peer pressure. At first, I did not like it because it made me dizzy, but I eventually liked it because it...

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