“When God Say’s ‘No'” by Guest Writer: Nora Tatina

The evening was magical! The lights, the sounds and the smells all pointed to the fact that the season of Christmas had finally begun. My heart was anticipating another fun-filled, magical night where Christmas carolling and storytelling filled the atmosphere inviting the soul on a journey to the manger. People would travel from all over […]

“Being Myself and Christ-like, Too” by Guest Writer: Chiazo Violet

A lady once told the story of how she tried to be more like her former Pastor’s wife. She was a loud, not-too-homely type, unlike her pastor’s wife who was gentle, very agreeable and homely. For a very short period, the plan seemed to work. But before long, she caved under the pressure of trying […]

“You Have to Experience the Cross to Get the Crown” by Guest Writer: Nita Wilkinson

My daughter was hiding her head in my left arm. She wasn’t crying or even whimpering. But she was afraid of the needle that would relax her before her hernia surgery. So, she refused to look at it.  Sounds like a normal child reaction to needles, right? Well, when you are in a foreign country, […]

“Seasons of Change Can Be a Good Thing” by Guest Writer: Luz Tanon

From the end of the earth will I cry unto thee, when my heart is overwhelmed: lead me to the rock that is higher than I. Psalm 61:2 KJV God’s grace is bigger than that desolated place you are in now. God hasn’t forgotten about you and your plight. Remember Mephibosheth? Living in Lodebar? A […]