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Bright Lights in this World

Bright Lights in this World

“I must work the works of Him who sent Me while it is day; the night is coming when no one can work. As long as I am in the world, I am the light of the world.” John 9:4-57 We have entered the last trimester of 2020. And what a year it’s been so far! For many, 2020...

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LGBT – Love God, Be Transformed

LGBT – Love God, Be Transformed

The Life Testimony of Romeo J. Cabrera Written by: Sun Moon Star Maglajos A Man Struggling to Be Loved I am a man changed and redeemed by Jesus’ love and grace. Glory and honor belong to God alone forever. This is my story. I was once a part of the LGBT community....

Finding God in the Ruins of a Failed Business

Finding God in the Ruins of a Failed Business

Family Problems Despite a Good Business Our family went to church consistently. We seldom missed a Sunday mass. We often heard the words of God in church, but we didn’t remember what the priest taught. Going to church was merely a routine, an obligation to fulfil. But...

Weird? No, I’m Unique!

Weird? No, I’m Unique!

The Pain of an Artist Despite growing up in a home full of love and acceptance, I was a creative girl who was emotionally unstable. I was filled with insecurity, self-condemnation, and unhealthy perfectionism. I thank God for giving me a creative mind. As an artist, I...

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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Travel Purposes: Go

Travel Purposes: Go

Like most of the youth in my generation, I yearn for the luxury known as traveling. I’ve met people who could go out of the country for vacation on a yearly basis. I’ve also met people who could get a taste of that experience only after saving up and waiting for seat...

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