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Most of us have picked up some sand between our fingers and observed how small and insignificant it looks. When we find some on the floor of our home, we don’t value it but sweep it up and throw it out. But we can learn many in...

10th May 2018

How a Christian Should Respond to Government

Stuart Wachowicz

China, during the Spring and Autumn Period (1045-221 BC), was a turbulent place. While a time of economic and infrastructure development, it was also a time of conflict and intrigue – an era that saw the flowering of Chinese ph...

10th May 2018

The War Beneath Your Skin

Wallace Smith

A never-ending war is underway, and you are at the very center of the battle. In fact, it is taking place beneath your own skin. Microscopic pathogens—such as deadly bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites—may be so small they can...

10th May 2018

Tame the Social Media Monster!

Gerald Weston

Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and the like were supposed to bring all of us together. Instead, they are dividing our society and reshaping our minds. All of us are profoundly affected by changing technologies. Many of you reading this...

10th May 2018

The Butterfly: Master of Metamorphosis

Wallace Smith

There are virtual miracles that surround us in God’s created world—wonders we take for granted too easily. In the life cycles of even the lowliest of creatures, the One who is their Creator and ours has placed lessons and example...

10th May 2018

Unlock the Mysteries of the Bible!

Richard F. Ames

The Bible is one of the most popular books in the world, yet also one of the most misunderstood. But you can unlock its mysteries with seven vital keys! The Bible can seem mysterious and difficult to understand. Yet it contains the m...

10th May 2018

What Is the Best Teacher?

Gerald Weston

How often most of us have heard others say, “Experience is the best teacher.” But is it? Experience is certainly one way to learn, and for many it is a sure teacher. This is because experience is often painful, and we generally d...

10th May 2018

The Balfour Declaration Turns 100

John Meakin

British intervention in the history of the Jewish people continues to impact the world a century later. The Balfour Declaration of November 2, 1917, became the major catalyst for one of the great turning points in world history—the...

10th May 2018

Modern-Day Gladiators

Michael Heykoop

While our society claims to be making progress toward a more peaceful spirit, the popularity of “Ultimate Fighting” and similar bloody sports gives evidence to the contrary. More than 18,000 spectators packed the Air Canada Cent...

10th May 2018

Ending the “Generation Gap”

Winston Gosse

Studies show younger generations increasingly consider the elderly to be a “burden on society.” Is that true? What does God’s word reveal? Most people accept average life expectancy as a general gauge of a country’s overall ...

10th May 2018

Into the Storm!

Wallace Smith

My father was always fascinated by storms. News of one approaching would draw him to our small front porch, where he would stand, watching it build along the horizon. As a child, I would join him at times, staring into the dark cloud...

10th May 2018

Boys: the Latest Victim of the New Left

Stuart Wachowicz

The fads that determine our schools’ educational approaches are often ideologically driven—and do more harm than good to our children! In an article in The Province (June 12, 2014) entitled “The Guys Crisis: Boys are falling ...