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Good and Evil

By Debra Ayis, Nigeria “Be alert and of sober mind. Your enemy the devil prowls around like a roaring lion looking for someone to devour.” — 1 Peter 5:8 (NIV) The seas pound with rhythm, Like rhyme in an ancient song, The daily theme of life flows by, As the church bells go bong, bong, bong, People quickly drift […]

Responding to Crisis

By Rachel Ang, Singapore It is not ordinary to wake up to the sound of bullets in the streets or see burnt buildings tossing billows of smoke skyward. It is not ordinary that bloodstains smear the very roads that lead to schools or workplaces. It is not ordinary for peace rallies to turn into violent […]

Fatal Attraction

By Roy Clark The 1987 movie Fatal Attraction is the story of a successful attorney (Michael Douglas), who has an affair with an editor (Glenn Close) while his wife and daughter are out of town for the weekend. Though he believed it would be a simple fling, it developed into a complicated affair. Close’s character […]

Just Entertainment?

By Dan Vander Lugt Today there are an astonishing number of movies in the genre of horror. A large proportion of the DVDs for rent in an average “family” video store are horror movies. The advance of computer-generated effects and digital photography has exponentially enhanced the ability of filmmakers to produce horrific special effects. But […]