What is Love?by Peter Summersby
What is love? Does the concept confuse you? What does it mean to be "in Love"? In this article we will explore the preconceptions of love and the difference between how the world views love and how a christian should view love.
Killing For Wounding?by Olawale Ogunsola
It is in man ditto every relationship to consider taking more than a pound of flesh when wounded. That is not only wrong but consequences are attached to it. So, be very careful!
MARRYING THE KILLby Andre Lee
Why do a lot of men cheat? Why do some men stay married for years, and then suddenly realize they're unhappy and want a divorce? As harsh as it sounds, the problem is, many men are hunters who married their kill
Best Practiceby RobertLincoln Hancock
Proceeding without the instructions is equivalent to a pilot not referencing their flight plan manual and check list. Neglect can lead to grief or even disaster. Imagine your world without GPS.
This GPS is to position you for success in what matters most.
Dangers of Rapeby Olawale Ogunsola
In recent times, rape has become a problem that plagues different societies. Does it mean those who engage in this crime are unaware of the dangers involved? Here are a few of them.
Love Extinguisher! by Olawale Ogunsola
Every sincere relationship needs to be nursed and nurtured for it to flourish and be fruitful. However, it is sad that many people carry about Love Killer or Love Extinguisher.
Take No Offenceby Chris Gambrell
In today's world, we seem to offend people rather easily. We've possibly offended or hurt someone's feelings, whether it was intentional or not; sadly, people sometimes say and do things that are careless, blunt, insensitive or even mean-spirited. While we can't control the intentions or behavior of others, we can determine how we will act. We can choose not be offended.
Defining What Mattersby RobertLincoln Hancock
"God whispers to us in our pleasures, speaks in our conscience, but shouts to us in our pain; it is His megaphone that rouses a deaf world."
To listen is to discover that out of the stress, uncertainty and pain we often change our ways, not when we see the light, but more often when we feel the heat.
Love Wrested, Lost...By the Giverby Abby Kelly
I wonder about God taking away. In truth, there's a vast difference between something being lost or stolen, and something being gently tugged from clutching fingers by a loving Father.
The Tie that Bindsby Chris Gambrell
Codependence is a strange word. Growing up, I never heard of it. Even into my late teens, the early 90's had I only begun to hear the word dysfunctional. It was just things that people didn't talk about, or should I say, only began to talk about.
The Best Parent of All Timeby Chris Gambrell
All of man knows that anger is a pretentious beast that weaves itself into our very being and cleaves us from all life. Men of sin embrace its disdain as does God's elect, not because we openly choose anger, but because we all carry this mantle of sin.
The Best of Intentionsby Richard L. Provencher
As we move through life, angels are about --- watching and protecting through events that turn and twist in our lives. If we acknowledge Jesus in our lives, we can live comfortably in his shadow. Such is the life of a miner in this poem, where work can be a struggle, but a loved one can provide respite, his wife and a Bible waiting.
Guilty as charged!by Grace Tom-Lawyer
Gossip happens daily and as christians we find ourselves getting involved from time to time, how can we avoid this pitfall as we strive to be all God wants us to be?
Thankful for Graceby
To truly understand the grace of God -we must get a knowing of how much God loves us
Change is a process but we must understand to grow we got to change....
He Has Gone Before Usby Stephen Vattimo
Short commentary on how God is acquainted with man's trials and tribulation, because through Jesus God became a man and for 33 year he lived in our sin fallen world.
A Few Comments from a Christian Perspective on Race and Racismby Max Aplin
This article includes comments on various aspects of race and racism from a Christian perspective, including a brief discussion of mixed-race marriages. As Christians we side with mainstream Western society as far as attitudes to racism are concerned, and we should let people know that.