Going Forward or Backward?

Thessalonica was the capital of Roman Macedonia and set along an important trade route. In this city was a hive of activities—activities that were considered normal by the pagans but to be avoided by the Thessalonian Christians. By living in this counter-cultural way they would have stood out in sharp contrast to their non-Christian neighbours. […]

Psalm 39

Let’s marvel at His creations and majesty as we meditate on the words of Psalm 39 through time lapse footages. Enjoy!

Chopsticks and Failure

I grew up in the United States but for now I’m spending some time in Asia. When in a different culture, there are always adjustments to be made. There are things to get used to, new things to try, and some old things to go without. Naturally, when you’re a westerner coming to the east, […]

The Burn of Curiosity

By Chaz Oswald, 22, USA At seven years old, I could be characterized as a typical young boy. I’m always curious. One autumn evening, I was enjoying the company of my two best friends. While we were exploring a nearby cornfield, we stumbled upon a smoldering fire pit. The abandoned fire pit was nearly out […]

Whom Shall I Fear?

By Kathleen Isabela Calaunan I accepted Christ when I was 11. Before that, I had been attending church, just going through the motions. But deep down, I knew that there was so much more. When I chose to trust in Jesus, I guess it’s pretty safe to say that I felt somewhat relieved. It felt […]