Cana Ministry

The CANA MINISTRY provides support and encouragement for the married couples and married members of community through talks, recollections and weekly Bible reflections. Learning from each other’s experiences, as well as praying for one another, the ministry aims to build and enrich Christ-centered marriages that will lead families into loving service for God.

 

 


  • The Red Guitar
    Dindin Nuyles Ever since I could remember, I wanted to learn how to play the guitar. I never really got the chance to. So one time, on my way home, I chanced upon a music store with a big “SALE” sign. Right in front of that store was a big box and in it was a ...


  • Understanding The Father By Being A Father
    Peter Cauton Fatherhood has been such a blessing for me.  There aren’t a lot of things in this world which have given me joy and satisfaction as much as being a father to my three wonderful kids. One unexpected blessing has been how much I have gotten to know more about God by being a father. I ...


  • EYE FOR AN EYE VS. TURN THE OTHER CHEEK: What Do We Teach Our Kids?
    Pauline Cauton “Mom, Dave is always bothering me.” Says my first grader on the 2nd week of school. Curious (and getting quite nervous), I asked him what exactly his classmate was doing to him. “He keeps on poking me, stepping on my foot, and dropping my pencils on the floor.” Not wanting to go all “The Crucible” ...


  • My “Bestest” Friend
    Dindin Nuyles “Oh, the comfort, the inexpressible comfort of feeling safe with a person, having neither to weigh thought nor measure words, but pouring them all out, just as they are, chaff and grain together, certain that a faithful hand will take and sift them, keep what is worth keeping, and with a breath of kindness ...


  • In Words And In Deed: Witnessing To Our Spouse
    Nonoy Nuyles  “My little sons, let us not love in words only but in works and in truth.” – 1 John 3:18 Are you allowing God to use you as an instrument to express His love to your spouse? Being humble is a good way to start. Having room for humility in your marriage is acknowledging that you do ...


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