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A Pure God

A Pure God

Many times we don’t like talking to God because we’re so jaded about being pure. We tell ourselves that we’re just so full of the bad stuff: bad thoughts, bad words, bad family, bad choices; basically, a bad life. We think that the idea of God listening to...

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Bee Choo and Her Bicycles of Blessing

Bee Choo and Her Bicycles of Blessing

“Since You resurrected me from the dead, all I have belongs to You from now on.”
Find out how God turned a simple bicycle business into a Kingdom business in Bee Choo’s story. It is a beautiful testimony of healing from illness and of hearing from the Lord that will bring courage and strength to tired and weary souls.

Ministry or Business? Part 2

Ministry or Business? Part 2

The Testimony and Insights of Powerhouse Business Couple Peter and Jaime Teong Words by Nicole Gusto Editor’s note: Earlier this month, we released Part 1 of this article where Peter Teong’s thoughts on business and ministry were revealed. For Part 2, his wife, Jaime...

One Voice in the back lanes of Geylang

One Voice in the back lanes of Geylang

May 2013 Geylang, Singapore City, Singapore One Voice spent 5 days in Geylang, Singapore praying for the ladies in the Red Light District and for the workers in Lorong 24. A week of miracles and compassion for the ones that God saved in this world. [gallery...

In the Steps of Jesus

In the Steps of Jesus

By Rea Anna Buenaventura Known for being the red light district of Singapore, Geylang’s streets are clad with women of different nations in their most marketable, skimpy outfits and with their faces painted with heavy make-up to enhance their features. Transgender...

Operation TacloBUNS!

Operation TacloBUNS!

Bread falling from Heaven? You better believe it! Be part of Operation Taclobuns as we airdrop pandesal in neglected areas devastated by Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan). For more information, contact Omnisource at 2097470 or 5022905.

Home Is Where the Heart Is

Home Is Where the Heart Is

Home is Where the Heart is by Hazel Cano   I just returned to the city where I grew up in, which is the City of Davao.  This is after more than 20 years of not minding the activities in my hometown. I can now believe in the saying, "There is no place like home."...

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A Spoonful of Manna

Visiting the Poquiz Aeta Tribe (outreach ocular)

OV at Singapore