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Glory in Our Cities

Glory in Our Cities

If God visited your city, what would you do? Would you hide underneath your blanket? Would you rush out of your house and search for Him? And if you did see Him, would you rush up to Him and embrace Him? Or would you sob with shame in a corner? I wonder if you have...

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Prodigal Son

Prodigal Son

The pigs aren’t his family. But he smells like a pig, is as filthy as a pig, and worse, eats like a pig. No, he doesn’t eat like some gluttonous swine, but he dines with them as if they share a table. Today’s menu is slightly out of routine:  moldy leftovers and this...

Facing a Lion, a Bear, and a Goliath

Facing a Lion, a Bear, and a Goliath

By Drake Nikko Buzeta Assistant Pastor, WIN Better Living Read 1 Samuel 17:31-37 There was once a church in Germany that was forced to close down. Because of this, the pastor had to look for a job to support his family. One day, he was going through the classified ads...

Slave to Son

Slave to Son

The slave is a mere child born into a heritage of chains. He drags his bare feet across the hot ground, scabs on his knees, scratches on his arms. He owns nothing except the dusty tunic hanging like an oversized sack on his famished frame. He is no one. He is no...

Through Smokey Eyes Part-1

With Johanna Garcia and Ting Sindiong For every magazine issue, the team endeavors to cover one aspect of society where people need to make a difference. We have gone to the red light districts of Singapore and Quezon Ave., praying with ladies and giving them cookies...

The Wide Courts of Alex Compton

by Rina O. Marqeuz Alex Compton may be considered a bona fide celebrity here in the Philippines, what with all the media exposure he has already received. While he is most popularly known as a basketball player, he has also made a name for himself as a commercial...

Counting Turtles

I keep wondering why time just seems to fly, yet things move so slowly. I’m in my late twenties. I’ve worked in different companies, had various positions, and even went through a series of trainings. Yet, here I am: stuck at the bottom and still figuring out where I...

Overweight to Overcomer

By Ray Evangelista As told to Excel V. Dyquiangco I was overweight and obese all my life. The highest weight that I tipped the scales with was at 290 pounds. Because of this, I was under a lot of negative emotions — depression, shame, fear, and embarrassment. I didn’t...

Rocking Out: Live Jam Sessions

Christians can have fun too. Indeed, and Live Jam Sessions on the Rock proved just that. Conceptualized and managed by Christian volunteers under  the non-profit organization, Saltshakers Vibe Out (SVO) ministry team, this continuous event aims to reach out to the NOW...

Beauty from the Potter’s Hand

By Marco Escudero May 21, 2011-- a day when people from all over the world were thinking, actually believing, that it was the end of the world. For some, it was just a typical Saturday filled with family time, grocery shopping, or household duties. For me, it was the...

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