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The April issue of Kairos rejuvenates the spirituality of its readers through inspiring regular segments and testimonies. Sasi Emmanuel writes about how one should really find God away from the hustle and bustle of life. Dr. Edward Edezheth shares his thoughts and experiences on the Jesus Youth prayer format. In Orma, Reshmi Joy Purakadan writes about Reji Karot and Elseena Joseph illustrates the role of Catholic nuns in the society. The issue contains an open letter to the readers by Fr. Daniel Poovanathil who warns against the dangers of pornography and encourages how to overcome the addiction. The teen segment of Kairos contains a testimony by Aldrin on how God answered his prayers by forming a prayer group in his school, and an article on Daily Bible Reading Mission (DBRM) by Ashil Joseph. The holiness and sanctity of sexuality is explained in Family Cafe. My Story by Shalu, Shaji C. A., Tessita Justin and Joyish George testifies how God has answered their needs and prayers. Sharlet Anns Tom writes about the mission experiences of Rony Raju in Orissa. Tintu Sony answers the queries of the readers in the Q & A, and the issue also contains regular segments such as Familia, Youth Hots by Elizabeth Shaji, Varthavicharam by Sunny Kokkapillil, Cine Talkies by Joseph Anthraper on the movie, The Red Turtle and Book Shelf by Anitha Babu, in which she reviews Dr. V. P. Gangadharan’s Jeevithakaarchakal.

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