Stories of Hope, Unity and Transformation

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Hello, 2018!

Hello, 2018!

It feels wonderful writing again, especially since this year, 2018, is a year of New Beginnings. Our stories have a new area of visibility, which is online. We have always kept a website and Facebook page “on the side,” but these cyber avenues will now be our main...

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A Job, Please—But Not on Sundays, Lord! (PART 2)

A Job, Please—But Not on Sundays, Lord! (PART 2)

The Story of Isabel Villegas As told to Janina Marie Rivera The next day, I took care to dress well, fix my hair, and apply make-up on my face. I went to my job interview. My potential employer looked so simple. She had no make-up on and no jewelry. She bluntly asked,...

A Job, Please—But Not on Sundays, Lord! (PART 1)

A Job, Please—But Not on Sundays, Lord! (PART 1)

The Story of Isabel Grace Villegas As told to Janina Marie Rivera A House Maid in Europe I knelt on the bathroom floor, tears flowing from my eyes. "Lord, hindi ako tamad na estudyante. Nag-aral po ako ng mabuti. Do I deserve this?" I didn't know I was being watched...

A Modern-Day Mabini

A Modern-Day Mabini

As an officer in the Special Operations Command of the Armed Forces of the Philippines, Captain Sharco Mabini’s days may seem dulled down by routine, but to a non-soldier’s eyes, his days are nothing short of inspiring. In his 14 years of service, his daily grind is...

Captain Naomi Braza: The Supplier of Heroes to Marawi

Captain Naomi Braza: The Supplier of Heroes to Marawi

We continue our series on “Fighting for Marawi: Soldiers Who Dare to Dream” as we honor the life and accomplishments of Captain Naomi Braza, a woman thrust into the inner workings of war as she works to uphold integrity and excellence in the military. CAPTAIN NAOMI...

Our Second Chance at Love

Our Second Chance at Love

AN UNHAPPY ENDING He says: I was just fresh out of a relationship that lasted for around two years, but ended badly.  My then- girlfriend went abroad and came home after a year to break up with me.  The circumstances surrounding the break up were painful, leaving me...

HINENI

HINENI

When I was in grade school, I used to get envious of classmates who would tell stories about their summer getaway with their families in different places, different countries. Traveling was something our family couldn’t afford then; there were no “seat sales” yet nor...

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Visiting the Poquiz Aeta Tribe (outreach ocular)

OV at Singapore