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By Stuart McAllister Sometimes I get the feeling from our media that there is a serious effort underway to keep us all anxious, in a state of informed concern, and...

In many circles today, we are given the impression that we face a choice between thinking and faith. We are given the impression that somehow the postures of faith and reason are mutually exclusive. We live with words in our ...

By Mark Eldredge   ...

As we reflect on Christmas this year, it is difficult to rise our feelings; worries, anxieties, pains and tragedies the year 2020 dropped on us right from the moment the Corona Pandemic crept to into almost every corner of our communities and our ...

By Vince Vitale According to Christianity, what God values above all is relationship. But for relationship to be meaningful, it must be freely chosen; for relationship to be freely chosen, there must be the possibility of it being rejected; an...

Article By Trina Dofflemyer (RZIM) Losing a fortune in the Chicago fire of 1871 was just the beginning of Horatio Spafford’s agony. Two years later a trans...

08/04/2020 By The Rev. Canon Phil Ashey One of the most powerful scriptures that arrests me is Jesus’ proclamation about his Church: “When Jesus came to the region of Caesarea Philippi, ...

The crises in southern Kaduna continue to deepen as more villages are devastated by Islamist Fulani Militias and hundreds are killed while rhetoric, intimidation and falsehood take centre stage rather than a concerted and coordinated effort to stop t...

As jihad continues in northern Nigeria (From Barnabas Aid July/August 2020) Under cover of darkness the extremists come, planning to kill, maim, pillage and destroy in northern Nigeria. They surround the village and shatter th...

Oft quoted at weddings, preeminent celebrations of romantic love, a poem is read extolling the virtue of love: Love is patient and kind Love is not jealous or boastful… Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all ...

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