Fishers of Men

The fisherman sorted carefully through his tackle inventory for just the right lure. Fishing in clear water, he knew the fish he sought was a sight feeder, so he chose accordingly. He was confident the shine off his favorite me...
by Ann Wilds, Columnist


A God Who Delivers

“How can I know you’ll deliver?” “You can’t.  But I can.” The first time I heard those words I was in a dark movie theatre. They pierced me and tears stung my eyes as I seemed to watch myself talking to God. The ab...
by Natalie Mafima, Contributor


Blessings: Things that Last and the Idol of “New”

The prosperity doctrine has had some interesting results on the Christian community by way of pairing the idea of “blessings” with monetary security. As a society, apart from the Christian ideal, we tend to associat...
by Joe Christian



The Agony of Deceit

Have we been so inundated and assaulted by mass advertising, mass media and extortion schemes that we no longer give an emotional response or legitimate consideration to anything that passes in front of our eyes? Do we miss gen...
by Joe Christian


The Meaning of a Name

Have you ever heard the song, “That’s Not My Name?” It’s an unusual song by an eclectic group. It’s not the type of music I normally listen to but it is the type that can get stuck in your head. The lyrics ar...
by Ann Wilds, Columnist