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Moving Forward

Moving Forward

A New Season for One Voice Magazine One Voice Magazine is in a beautiful season of fruitfulness this first trimester of 2021. We continue our Internet radio broadcasts with UCAP Radio, release weekly stories on our website, and share almost-daily memes on our Facebook...

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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...

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...

Prison Ministry: A Fulfilling Challenge and a Calling

Prison Ministry: A Fulfilling Challenge and a Calling

Scripture Reference: Luke 4:18-19; Matthew 25:34-36 Prison Ministry is Difficult Prison ministry is not an American dream. It is not the land of milk and honey, not a wonderful mission field as well. It is a very difficult mission field. You expose your life to...

The “WHY?” Behind Prison Ministry

The “WHY?” Behind Prison Ministry

Editor’s Note: This week, we take a look at prison ministry. Why do people reach out to those behind bars? Jayson Belleza gave us his thoughts when asked this question. His story of freedom was published on our website last August 4, 2020, as well as in our print...

Awakening the Dream (Part 2)

Awakening the Dream (Part 2)

The story of Noelle Paula Llave continues…  One evening, I couldn’t sleep. I was about to cut myself with a blade when I suddenly heard this voice in my mind saying, “If papatayin mo ang sarili mo ngayon, alam mo na ba kung saan ka mapupunta?” (“If you would kill...

Awakening the Dream (Part 1)

Awakening the Dream (Part 1)

Just My Past Growing up, I was diagnosed with ADHD. I thought my diagnosis would always define who I was. Back in school, I struggled so much with my academic subjects and was always chosen last by my peers when it came to group projects. Because I knew I was lacking,...

A Wrecked Life Made Whole

A Wrecked Life Made Whole

My Childhood I was born and raised in a typical family in Cebu City. My mother was a housewife and my father was a carpenter. We lived together with my two sisters, one older and one younger than me. We lived a simple life. Sometimes we had enough, and other times we...

The Shy Storyteller

The Shy Storyteller

The Introvert I am an introvert. I don’t like the thought of people looking at me. I feel awkward when I must make eye contact with another person. I get anxious when I’m surrounded by so many people, regardless if they’re familiar or not. I rarely initiate...

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