We are reorganising the way we present things on this web site in 2019.
Young hellraiser finds hope
Ayanda General is only 29 and has already spent ten years of a life-sentence behind bars.
Lessons from a golfer - Pt 4
Let me share more of my 18 thoughts on golf and life – one for each hole, in the hope that they might help you.
Winding path out of mental turmoil
Koketjo Legoabe was a broken young man. He was estranged from his family, messing with sex and alcohol, and had attempted suicide twice.
What is the Gospel? – in 3 minutes
What do Christians mean by 'the Gospel'? What is the big picture of the whole Bible?
Kindness that’s out of this world
How do we conserve kindness in our society?
Love overwhelms US olympian
Kelly Clark's rise in the world of snowboarding has made her a legend in the halfpipe. She has clocked up 70 competition wins, three Olympic medals (a gold and two bronze) and 10 X Games medals, nine of them gold.
Murderer loses hope then finds life
Clinton Byrd, currently serving a life sentence for a 1997 murder conviction, thought all hope was lost when he entered prison. However, he has found a purpose and a plan for his life, stating that he is "freer today in prison then I ever was before".
Atheists ‘steal from God’
If you think atheists have reason, evidence, and science on their side, think again! Christian speaker and apologist Frank Turek argues that atheists can't make their case without appealing to realities only theism can explain.
CBS News reports: "The phenomenon, dubbed 'Snapchat dysmorphia', has people requesting fuller lips, bigger eyes, or a thinner nose in order to look like the filtered or photo-edited versions of themselves.
Escaping sex abuse and violence
The horror of childhood, when he was sexually abused hundreds of times by a stranger and tortured by school bullies, no longer haunts Graham Swann.
Hear a sweeter song
In Greek mythology, the island of Sirens was where beautiful temptresses ensnared passing sailors with their sweet songs. The music led the men to the shore where they were shipwrecked and destroyed.
Well versed in winning
New batsman in the Australian cricket team Marnus Labuschagne proved himself a useful all rounder by taking seven wickets at an average of 22.4 in the Test series against Pakistan played in October in the UAE.
Finding power to quit crimes
Gatawa Dlamini struggled with alcohol, marijuana and women. He "was in the darkness, following the world". Then, he heard about Jesus.
Where do aliens really come from?
"From the time they were four or five until they were eleven, John and Luke (names changed to protect identity) slept in a bed with a window directly above the headboard.
Dawkins: will aliens answer an evolutionary ‘big question’?
For decades, creationists have been challenging evolutionary theorists to explain how sexual reproduction could possibly have arisen through evolution.
Beauty beats the beast
Like many young women, Clair Grobler thought that her identity was bound up in how men viewed her - equating her sex appeal with self-esteem.
Resolving to be less this New Year
Why are New Year's predictions so popular? Because they give us the illusion of control over our lives. But clearly, we can neither decipher nor determine the future.
Are you suffering through Christmas?
Most people are familiar with the basics of the Christmas story and the manger scene of baby Jesus in the hay; however, they might think 'well so what? Even if that is the historical basis for Christmas, it is irrelevant to me now in the 21st century.'