By Matsu Crawford. The process of growing old has been going on since the first living thing appeared on Planet Earth. We should look upon it as a natural, inevitable process.
By Lee Taylor. It never fails! Just at the moment when the world adopts something from the church arena, we back away from it! Today we back away from the word “laity.”
By Lee Taylor. Godly men and women are complex resources. They are definitely underutilized! But we must be careful with that term or we quickly buy into the prevailing world view.
By Dr. Nelson Perret. Familiarity with a subject often leads to a very superficial understanding of reality. It is important that Christians take time to reflect upon the emotional and physical suffering involved in the crucifixion.
By Lee Taylor. Sometimes we can look at our work as being closely aligned with one of the great attributes of God or one of the names used in the Bible to refer to who He is. Sometimes it is easier to link our work to what He does. In our daily work, we each see unique facets of God’s character and of His great works.
By Bryan Chapell. Like the headlight of a train piercing the foggiest night, God’s vision penetrates the darkness we face. He sees the problems. He knows the pain. Year after year the Easter train comes. Each time it passes it roars anew Christ’s victory and our hope.