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16 Apr Do Not Destroy

It’s early evening on Wednesday, 26th November 2008. I have just tucked the little ones in, and settled into our family room, to watch a bit of TV as I wait for hubby to come home. One of my favorite evangelists, Angus Buchan, is on air,...

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28 Mar The God Who Sees..

I’ve been meaning to tell this story for a while but have always stopped short, seeking to confirm that everything is still alright. Even now, just before I put pen to paper, I feel the need to ensure with my own eyes, once again, that...

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01 Apr His Arm is Not Too Short

So last Saturday, a young lady - let’s call her Bernice - asks to speak to me for a few minutes. She needs to tell me something, she says. Urgently. I know this must be important - she recently re-committed her life to Christ and...

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When I was about eleven years old I stumbled upon my first “grown-up” novel – a thriller titled The Naked Face, by acclaimed author Sidney Sheldon. The book was hugely popular at the time - a veritable bestseller - and is still available on Amazon...

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27 Sep KINGS – Zimri

FROM THE BOOK "KINGS". ---- KING ZIMRIKingdom of Israel, Circa 884 BCE Zimri, commander of King Elah’s chariots (half of them), is a crafty man. A cunning, patient man. And he has a plan. He has been mulling it for some time, biding his time, awaiting the perfect moment. He desires to be...

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27 Sep The Silent Shout

She came wearing a loose, threadbare dress, worn rubber slippers, and a tired headscarf, barely concealing rough braids underneath. Her thin, frail frame said it all. “She looked thin and bony,” Lily tells me as we begin the interview for this story. “And I remember noticing that...

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29 Aug On the Palms of His Hands..

I'm not much of an artist. Fact is, I have not one artistic bone in my body. But, attending a church conference a few years ago, I felt unusually drawn to a lively discussion on Christian artists. The speaker was a good friend of mine, and I had...

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