Testimonies

The Lord is Forever Faithful

During our courtship, I remember telling my husband that when I have a kid, I might want to quit my job and be a full time mother. I had my priorities straight, family first; then my job. Six months into my marriage we found out I was expecting. We were overjoyed!

I always did well at work even though I wasn’t really passionate about my job. Eight months into my pregnancy I took a break from work for a year with the intention to quit immediately after. Our little girl was born at my native place. I was all set to be the best mom to my little baby who came into this world looking exactly like her dad and looks more like him every day. Continue reading

Couples

CFCI Leaders’ Meet with Frank Padilla

The CFCI Leaders’ Meet along with Frank Padilla and Raymond Arguelles was held at Patna on 2nd December, 2016; Through this the participants were greatly refreshed, enlightened and received a renewed understanding of their role in God’s work – on evangelizing, family, couple renewal and work for the poor that was addressed by Servant General Brother Frank Padilla. Continue reading

Sharings

The Saint of the Gutters

As the world stood still on the 4th of September, watching the canonization of Blessed Teresa of Kolkata live from the Vatican, it was a proud moment for all of us living here in Kolkata. Apart from the celebrations that have started around a month ago and will continue for the next couple of months, we as Christians feel overwhelmed to have our very own Mother Teresa up there in heaven to plead for our cause. Continue reading

Couples

Abide in My Love

Couples for Christ Chennai organised a weekend couple’s retreat based on the scripture,

“As the Father has loved me I have loved you. Abide in My love.” ~ John 15:9

The retreat was held from 23rd September to 25th September 2016, at Dhyana Ashram in Mylapore. Families across Chennai participated in the retreat. In spite of setbacks, illness and apprehensions 16 families set aside this time for God. Continue reading