The Pentacostal Acceptance

The Pentacostal Acceptance Adarsh Mattappally Pentecost is a day celebrated by all Christians on the 50th day of the Resurrection of Jesus. After the Ascension of Jesus, the apostles were frightened and refused to leave their room out of fear of being treated harshly due to their association with Jesus. They prayed day and night until eventually, “there came from the sky a noise like a strong driving wind” and “tongues of fire parted and came to rest on each one of them” (Acts 2: 2-3). The room was filled with the presence of the Holy Spirit. The Holy [...]

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Motherhood Kevin Zavier I believe God created motherhood as a challenge. Mothers are tested on their patience, their fortitude, and their strength in the process of bringing a baby into this world. Motherhood is a big responsibility. A mother needs to nurse her baby and attend to it even at late hours of the night. Not only does she need to be very caring of her child,  but also challenge it so that it can be prepared for the world. A mother must be caring and endearing, yet also fight for the life of her baby until its [...]

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The True Meaning of Easter

True Meaning of Easter Annette Mattappally As Easter approaches, I hope we can all find time to reflect upon and share the true meaning of Easter. Growing up as children, we looked forward to Easter season for the easter candies and the egg hunts. But, have we tried to understand what Easter really means to us as a Christians and persons?! As we read from the Bible, and understand from tradition, Easter is the commemoration of Jesus’ resurrection from death. According to St. Paul’s letter to the Corinthians, chapter 1:13-14, “If there is no resurrection of the dead, [...]

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