In the month of March 2018, I had decided to go for one of the CFCI Youth Summer Growth Programs, which was held in West Bengal from 15th to 20th May 2018. While traveling to North India, one must have a basic knowledge of Hindi, as it is one of the common languages spoken in this region. Having studied Hindi as my second language for fourteen years, anyone would have thought I’d have mastered the language by now, but that was not the case with me. Continue reading
Have you ever felt the calling to be an intercessor?
Some may say yes while others may wonder, “What does an intercessor actually do“? Well, an intercessor stands in the gap for another person, seeking mercy instead of judgment, life over death; they plead with God for the sake of others. Intercession involves taking hold of God’s will and refusing to let go until His will comes to pass. Continue reading
Initially, I decided not to go for the conference due to the increase in my work load caused by GST. At work, I handle everything single handedly since I am the only staff without an assistant. As the conference was approaching, Julius, the delegation head called me to check if I was attending the conference. I told him I wasn’t sure since I had a heavy work-load, with 20th August being the last day for payment of GST, but if there was a change in plan, I would let him know. After a few days, Julius called me once again and this time I said I needed some more time to decide and that my leave was not yet granted. Without deciding whether I was going for the conference or not, I participated in “Frame that”. I also started attending practices for the competitions; Praise parade and Broadway talent. Finally, I decided to register for the conference. Continue reading
It’s really never too late to start anew
I joined the CFCI Singles community around 4 years ago, and since then it has been a fruitful and exciting journey. 4 years down the line when I look back, I regret the time I wasn’t a part of this community. Most of my friends were, and they kept telling me to join each year they had a CLS – but for some reason I kept giving them excuses, until I finally agreed to go for it. I am so happy that I ran out of excuses and I agreed to join, as since then I have never regretted this decision. Continue reading