On the 8th of May 2016, my son, Lloyd met with an accident while riding pillion on a motorbike. He was returning home with his friend when they were blinded by the headlights of an oncoming car. In order to avoid the glare, the rider swerved to the left, but Unfortunately there was a buffalo sitting on the road. They crashed into it and Lloyd was flung off the bike. He fell and injured his vertebral column (C6, C7, and T1), but God is good! Had the injury been a little higher than that, he probably would have ended up in a vegetative state. Continue reading
It was two years ago when I was feeling weighed down in my personal life and in my service in the community that God spoke to my heart. He simply said, ‘turn to my mother, learn from her‘. He also confirmed His message through a sister in the community.
It was mother Mary who had led me to her son. Then somehow, she got sidelined in my life. But now Jesus was giving her back to me. He was saying to me from the cross, as He said to the apostle john ‘behold your mother‘, so that she could be my close companion in my walk with Him. Continue reading
The Patna mission will always be a fond memory to me as it was ‘a bunch‘ of first times in my life. It was the first time I was to go on mission, my first visit to North India and the first time I would be giving a teaching. Not to mention that the teaching was in Hindi, a language that I did not know. We left Bangalore for a 46 hour journey to Patna. Continue reading
“For my thoughts are not your thoughts and your ways are not my ways, declares Yahweh.” Isaiah 55:8
By the sheer Mercy of God I was led to the Catholic Church and baptized in 2012. I was very eager to share and minister the Word of God. There was a Church in the US, offering training in various ministries and I was all set in my heart to take it up. In order to get guidance and permission I visited the priest in my parish and he informed me that, it is not recommended for me as it might mess up my understanding of Faith. (It was a Protestant Church). I did not understand this nor did I want to because that’s all I wanted to do but I respected his decision. Continue reading