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The Stuff of DREAMS

The Stuff of DREAMS

Dreams. When we were little, we were filled with them. Whether we wanted to be an airline pilot, a soldier, a singer, a chef, a truck driver, or a garbage collector, we came alive when we spoke about the future versions of us or the future things we’d accomplish. It...

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Biyayang Bitbit

Biyayang Bitbit

PRODIGAL, COME HOME. He is the forgotten face, the man without family, the man behind bars. Whatever he’s done, our Father’s heart longs for him, and so must ours. Family isn’t family unless we make room for the prodigals to come home. The custodial facilities for...

Rising from the Ashes of Rape and Imprisonment (Part 2)

Rising from the Ashes of Rape and Imprisonment (Part 2)

The Story of Krizzia Kate Yuzon Picking up the Broken Pieces After my deportation, I finally had the chance to tell the whole story to my parents. They were devastated, broken, and speechless when they heard what had happened to me. Until now, I can still vividly...

God’s Miracle: From Barren Womb to Instant Parents

God’s Miracle: From Barren Womb to Instant Parents

The story of Pia and Jonathan Rapusas As told to Rheyn Altoveros What would you do if you found out you were pregnant on the same day you were to give birth? Sounds like a scene from a sci-fi movie? No, this is a real story. My name is Pia, and my husband and I share...

How to Cope with Distance Learning

How to Cope with Distance Learning

What comes into your mind upon hearing the word “pandemic”? As a student, this means transitioning into a new, unusual, and challenging mode of learning. Instead of having face-to-face classes with my favorite Statistics and Calculus professors, or hanging around with...

Watching Vision Unfold Part 2

Watching Vision Unfold Part 2

Without vision, the people perish. Without vision, I live aimlessly. God leaves us clues. These clues may be key experiences, key dreams, key thoughts. Life clues turn into key words. The key words form a mission statement. The mission statement becomes a life...

Watching Vision Unfold PART 1

Watching Vision Unfold PART 1

My dad gave me a thick spiral notebook for journaling when I was eleven years old. I only started using it when I was in college and in my early 20s. This journal, of all my diaries, contains many of the key decision points of my life as a young person: how to move...

EVERY SECOND FAITHFUL

EVERY SECOND FAITHFUL

I was at a party when a friend called me on my cell phone and said, “Huy, Vin! Ano’ng nangyari sa board exam mo? Lumabas na daw results, at wala ‘yung name mo sa list of board passers!” We were celebrating an event, but my world stopped when I heard that I wasn't on...

A Change in Plans

A Change in Plans

When the Taal Volcano erupted on January 12, 2020, it confirmed in my spirit something I had been sensing for several months—that significant and major changes were about to take place in our ministry and around the world. My wife and I were supposed to visit the U.S....

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Visiting the Poquiz Aeta Tribe (outreach ocular)

OV at Singapore