“The Old Tackle Box” by Reva Lachica Moore

While rummaging through the attic one day, I found a familiar item. An old fishing tackle box. It looked all scratched up, showing years of use. Instantly, I had flashbacks of long ago, even as far as 42 years back when my husband Edwin’s favorite pastime was fishing. Things were quite simple then. We didn’t … Read more

“Faith to Move Mountains” by Reva Lachica Moore

While in Natchez, Mississippi some years back, I saw workers hauling dirt from a side of a huge mountain; a big chunk of the mountain was gone. Then I remembered the story – Mountain Moving Faith – that I had read several years ago, and I wish to share the story with you. This story, … Read more

March 2024 Baptisms

God be praised! Jesus is soon to come! The Holy Spirit is being poured out in these last days and 2,227 precious souls accepted Jesus through baptism. Thanks to the faithful work of our 350+ adopted theology graduates, mission workers, church officers and brethren). SM/SCMM = 403, CVC = 62, WMC = 42, WVC = … Read more

February 2024 Baptisms

February 2024 Baptisms in the Philippines To GOD be the GLORY! The Good News of Salvation is being shared to many before our Jesus’ Soon Return. Last February 2024, hundreds had accepted Jesus as their personal Savior Philippine Baptisms: CVC 62, ZPM 30, CMM 53, NCMC 303, SeCM/NeMM 176, NDM/DM 72, WMC 41, CLC/CN 52, … Read more

To Die For Someone’s Freedom

We went to the Baton Rouge airport to meet Mary Grace who was coming home from Ft. Myers. On our way up the escalator, we saw a waiting crowd in front of the arrival gate. There were: TV news crew, Boy’s Scouts and other people. I wondered who was coming. Could he be a celebrity? … Read more

“The $40,000 Lab Countertop” by Reva Lachica Moore

You’re probably asking, “Why $40,000? Is the countertop gold-plated?” No, in fact this is a small countertop. Only 3 x 3 x 4 feet. In the early 80’s, I worked in a chemical lab where I became sensitized and sick. A certain chemical caused me to have respiratory problems. Whenever a lab tech becomes sensitized, … Read more

“I Will Not Cry” by Reva Lachica Moore

We (my husband JR, my 6-year-old granddaughter Kaitlyn and I) were in the car waiting for the traffic light to change when we noticed 3 policemen on motorcycles a block away. A few seconds later, one of the policemen parked his motorcycle right under the traffic light and raised his hand. The light turned green … Read more