Visible Love

By Ruth Lawrence, UK Did you know that, according to Wikipedia, it was estimated that there would be 2.2 billion Christians worldwide at the turn of the century? This figure equates to about one-third of the world’s population, which is quite a large proportion. Imagine, if all of these 2.2 billion Christians were active conduits […]

How God Saved the Day: A Recount

By Sheryl Tay, Singapore I didn’t go to Cebu with a group of strangers. I know them. In fact, I see them every Sunday. We are in the same cell group. I remember thinking to myself before the trip, Well, I know these people. What can possibly go wrong? But problems did arise. First, my […]

The Gift of Friendship

By Melisa Manampiring, Indonesia In my younger days, I used to be a bookworm. My time was spent mainly in studying, going to school and attending church services. I was dead focused on getting the best grades at school. I was a quiet person and my schoolmates considered me strange. I felt that socializing would […]

Small But Needful

What does it take for a car to be able to take us from one place to another? Naturally, we would think of the different parts of the vehicle (wheels, engine, steering wheel, etc) that work together to bring about movement. In my recent trip to Brazil, I was thankful to be in a car […]

Heart of Worship

This post is in line with our Youth Bible Teaching 2011, Worship: The Divine Conversation. Find out more about worship in these series of posts. Be blessed! “The Heart of Worship” is an immensely popular song sung in many churches throughout the world. But my first impression of the song was that it’s rather ironic—what […]