I was raised in a closely knit family, where we were what the world considered a good Catholic family. We attended Sunday mass together and prayed the rosary daily. My parents joined the CFCI Community when I was very young. Even at that age, I could definitely sense the change in our family. Eventually, my sister joined the community, too, and I saw a major transformation in her as well. I could hardly wait to see what the community had in store for me. The moment I completed my intake camp and joined the Youth I was blessed with such zeal and love for both Christ and the community, and I knew then that there was no turning back because Christ had captured my heart. Continue reading
Since 2017, I’ve uprooted my life – changed jobs (twice), field of work (twice), embraced the life of an extrovert while moving to a city I had never visited before, where I had no relatives, a few acquaintances from the community, no backup plan and no funds in my bank
How was all this possible? Continue reading
For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. – Jeremiah 29:11
For with God nothing shall be impossible. – Luke 1:37
these two verses struck my life like a lightning bolt. Yes, the impact was like a machine tool punching the workpiece with great force. And I say this because I experienced God in my engineering life!
Trust me guys, I was so fed up of this so-called engineering life, that I almost tried to take my life in every possible way! Continue reading
I have been in this community for the past 8 years, starting from a youth to being single. Learning to grow strong in faith from the testimonies of others is what worked for me. Giving God the first priority in all we do, can turn into miraculous events.
As a student, giving God time during exams is one of the most difficult choices. When I chose to attend prayer meetings despite having major exams, God chose to keep my faith by making me stand first in the subject I had never stood first at before. And after that, I didn’t use my examinations as a reason to skip meetings. Continue reading