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Home Is Where the Heart Is

Home Is Where the Heart Is

Home Is Where the Heart Is We’ve embraced a LOT of home due to the lockdowns. And I mean a lot—from doing more chores around the house, annoying our siblings, and adding inches around the waist! Lockdown after lockdown after lockdown, with the COVID-19 virus mutating...

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Joseph the Dreamer: Then and Now

Joseph the Dreamer: Then and Now

“I am special! I am special! I am special!” If there was a scene that stood out for me in Trumpet’s musical production, Joseph the Dreamer (JTD) this year, it was when Joseph said these words while pounding on the prison floor, forcing himself to remember his value...

Remembering Venite PART 3

Remembering Venite PART 3

This is Part 3 in a 3-Part tribute to Venite Castillo, written by his friend, Inah Tolentino.  My Goodbye I already lost my father, mother, and sister, so I can say I am well-acquainted with grief. Still, I got blindsided by the grief over losing Ven. He was a best...

Remembering Venite Castillo PART 2

Remembering Venite Castillo PART 2

This is Part 2 in a 3-Part tribute to Venite Castillo, written by his friend, Inah Tolentino.  His Ministry Venite had been a believer of Christ since 1998. Members of our Christian organization, University of the Philippines Los Banos (UPLB) Students of Destiny (now...

Asking Tough Questions in an Age of Oppression

Asking Tough Questions in an Age of Oppression

Then and Now Historically speaking, there was an era in Europe when people who did not follow a prescribed way of thought were deemed a danger to the public and accused as witches. Believe it or not, many innocent lives were burned at the stake, with the leaders of...

From Tragedy to Beauty

From Tragedy to Beauty

“Your wife was found-- DEAD!” The reality, shock, and pain that this news hit me with is hard to articulate. I was in my house, receiving this heart wrenching information from two policemen dressed as civilians the morning of December 26, 2003. Just two days before,...

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https://youtu.be/cZyyEGelsbw An unborn soul waits in front of a mysterious door that will reveal his fate on earth. Watch this short film by Noah Del Rosario of Blass Off Brothers, also the resident video director of One Voice Magazine! NEXT (2018) An official entry...

Mukha

Mukha

Desperate in her search for her own identity, one girl takes matters in her own hands and creates a face for herself. But she soon finds that there is only one way she can reach true fulfillment. Watch this short film, MUKHA, by Blast Off Brothers, directed by One...

Babu Jalhana

Babu Jalhana

https://youtu.be/bzTfV4xu1u4 GENRE: Drama RUNNING TIME: 12m 40s RATING: G SYNOPSIS: Babu Jalhana (Aunt Jalhana) is leading a gathering of Tausug Christ’s believers in the outskirts of Sulu. She is being discipled by Angel and Joy, two missionaries from the cities....

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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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Visiting the Poquiz Aeta Tribe (outreach ocular)

OV at Singapore