Maria Laveena

Maria Laveena was born and raised in Bangalore. Her love for writing and talking enabled her to pursue Master’s Degree in Mass Communications from St Joseph’s College. She started her career with a weekly magazine called ‘Talk’ and then was employed by internationally well-known employers like Thomson Reuters and Practice Strategic Communications. She joined Couples for Christ India in June, 2013. In less than two years, she realized that her life’s joy was in serving the Lord. Thus, she gave up her flourishing career and opted to serve as a Full-time Pastoral Worker with CFCI Singles in April 2015. She adores the community and her only desire is to help people fall in love with God. She enjoys reading, writing and playing her piano in her free time. You can find more of her writings at http://daddaslittleprincess.blogspot.in/

Sharings

Glorious Mystery: The Resurrection

Imagine, the Lord appearing in front of you, how would you react? Do we truly understand the Resurrection of Christ? We must not only let the truth of the Resurrection sink in; but also allow the effects of the Resurrection to transform our lives. Continue reading

Couples

FTPW Recollection 2019

After a gap of two years, I made my comeback to the Lord’s vineyard in February this year as a full-time missionary. Many people around me still laugh about how the Lord led me in a very amusing way by either shutting down the companies I worked for, or employers would lose their business deals or not give the salary on time etc. It was all for God to freely have His way in me. Continue reading

Sharings

Lenten Reflections | Veronica wipes the face of Jesus

Do we have a heart so tender like Veronica which can see Jesus? How bold and courageous are we to stand for God and His love? Does our love for others allow them to see Jesus in us?
I learnt about What would Jesus do? (WWJD) and that changed my life, drastically. Continue reading

News

Stand up and be counted

Couples For Christ India is back with the most sought after the biennial program – The School of Discipleship (SOD), this summer.
With the theme, ‘Stand up and be counted’ –

“Lift up your eyes, and see how the fields are already white for harvest,” (John 4:35b)

the five days in-house discipleship program will be conducted from May 1st to May 5th at NBCLC, Bangalore. Continue reading