Articles

The Bridge

0 in Articles

A real life testimony It’s not easy to commit suicide. And often it is very difficult to make the final decision to do so. I had it so well planned and thought out, that I did not expect to fail miserably. I had finally decided to take the plunge because I knew I would never be able to pluck up […]

Read more ›

The Atheist

0 in Articles

Α certain Atheist lecturer was parading up and down the countryside, pouring out his verbiage against the very thought of God, and heaping ridicule upon all those foolish enough tο believe in God, and in the Bible as the Word of God. Οn one occasion, he addressed a group gathered in a large hall. His wordy eloquence stirred them tο […]

Read more ›

One Way

0 in Articles

TO LIFE: (Jesus said) “Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and broad is the road that leads to destruction, and many enter through it. But small is the gate and narrow the road that leads to life and only a few find it.” “I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in me will […]

Read more ›
A New Heart

A New Heart

0 in Articles

There’s an old Indian fable about a mouse that like all mice, was afraid of cats. A wizard felt sorry for him and offered to help him lose his fear. So with the mouse’s approval, the wizard turned him into a cat. The cat, however, was afraid of dogs. So the wizard turned the cat into a dog. But the […]

Read more ›

In Between Two

0 in Articles

During the American civil war between the north and south a soldier who was uncertain as to where his loyalties lied decided to adopt a solution which he considered to be wise: Just before the battle began he dressed himself with the blue blazer (that of the north) and gray trousers (that of the south) and so went to join […]

Read more ›

The Good News of Christmas

0 in Articles

For many people Christmas is the loneliest time of the year. Many people face personal crises. You may be facing a crisis this Christmas. You may have a problem with your marriage, with your children, or with your job. You may have an addiction to drugs or alcohol. You may be facing illness or death of loved one. And many […]

Read more ›

The Power Of Forgiveness

0 in Articles

During the civil war in Korea, a Korean Christian was arrested and sentenced to death. When the commander found out that this man was in change of an orphanage, he changed his mind about the sentence. He decided to make this man witness the execution of his nineteen-year-old son who was to die instead of him. Years later the commander […]

Read more ›
Portrait of a Mother

Portrait of a Mother

0 in Articles

Diapers and middle of the night feedings. Crushed chips in the rug and Legos underfoot. Play groups, pillow fights, bedtime stories. Runny noses, bumped heads, skinned knees. Tickles, hugs, kisses. These are a mother’s world. And so is round-the-clock training – 24 hours of teachable moments. How to tie shoes and how to share. How to give and take with […]

Read more ›