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Observing the World from Behind Closed Curtains
When Krish Kandiah was young, growing up in the United Kingdom, his family could always count on their next-door neighbor, Mrs. Oglive, to be around. ...
Stuart Briscoe Learned to Trust God in His Preaching
Stuart Briscoe preached his first sermon at age 17. He didn’t know much about the topic assigned him by an elder. But he researched the church of ...
Pastor Loved for His Suffering, Not His ‘Success’
Teacher and author Paul Borthwick was on a visit to one of his friends who teaches in Beijing, China. He attended a church with four young men who were ...
President Lincoln Wasn’t Tied to ‘Opinion Polls’
Wall Street Journal writer Joseph Epstein notes that the opinion poll has been around for more than a century. They gained authority in the 1940s with ...
Business Consultant Claims the 'Best Story Wins'
Business consultant Morgan Housel claims that the best arguments seldom win the day; it’s the best story that changes minds and hearts. Housel writes: ...
Can the Church of England Survive COVID?
Churches and places of worship have been badly hit hard by the pandemic. So, in the first week of the first lockdown, as the Church of England shut its ...
A Preacher Goes to the Doctor
David Roseberry writes in a recent blog on LeaderWorks:
I went to see a doctor for a pain in my shoulder. My shoulder was just hurting all the time, whenever ...
A Messenger with a Message to Carry
Alfred Mendes enlisted in the British Army in January 1916 at the tender age of 19. He was soon sent off to France to train to be a signaller. Signallers ...
The Silence of Ministers on the Issue of Abortion
Though the following article appeared some 15 years ago, it holds true today. World Magazine, in a piece called “Silence of the Shepherds,” ...
Believers Are to Function as Telescopes
There are two kinds of magnifying: microscope magnifying and telescope magnifying. The one makes a small thing look bigger than it is. The other makes ...