In diaspora, they have found home

There is something about the Kingdom Light Congregation of Hong Kong that touches your innermost core. As soon as the Orchestra begins to play their opening piece, the atmosphere is filled with intense worship. It pierces through your heart. This is an orchestra like...

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The special magic of ACQ-International Children’s Day

There is more to April 25 than what the senses tell you. Any visitor to ACQ-International Children’s Day would see the precision and professional performance of everyone in the event. He would see the remarkable creativity of all of its many productions, guess at the...

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The Girls of Melale

“I was 14 when I ran away from home. I was about to be married off to an older man just like other Dibabawon girls. My friend was only 9 when she was traded for a carabao. Another friend was traded for a horse at 12 years old. Our lives in Melale seemed worthless....

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A new world is already here

People can be so blind. And stupid. And prideful. And exasperating. For the longest time, ever since it became obvious that man is the cause of the destruction of the earth, we have longed for a better world to live in, one where there is peace instead of chaos,...

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Happy Birthday, Dear PASTOR!

It's a cold December night in Tamayong. He is standing right beside the glass windows, staring down the very spot where the snow is falling from the pink mansion. Mascots and little children are frolicking in beds of white foam, others dancing, jumping, running,...

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Internet addiction can lead to destruction

Living in this modern period may be fortunate because of the advancements in technology, especially the Internet. The Internet has simplified access to communication, transportation, medicine, and education. It has fast-tracked our day to day life and work. However,...

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Witnessing Pastor Apollo with my own eyes

I grew up hearing the name Pastor Apollo Quiboloy at home, from my family who were the first to enter the Kingdom. I remember that as a child of six years old, I would sing “God’s Kingdom,” trying to copy Sis. Jackielyn Roy as she sang the Kingdom anthem. But about...

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What it takes to be a True Kingdom Soldiers

TRUE KINGDOM SOLDIERS are brave-hearted, committed, with single-eye focus of mind. The uncommitted, unbelieving, fence sitters, and double-minded will never be soldiers. Why? They will only disappoint the Father, and they will disappoint themselves. True soldiers are...

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Pastor Apollo Quiboloy

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