All tagged Apr 18

Meta & Hypo

Meta and hypo are two greek prepositions used in Luke 2.51 to describe the journey of The Lord to Nazareth with Mary and Joseph. We read "He went down with (meta) them and came to Nazareth...".

A Year In Nicaragua

This week we’re taking the opportunity to post some reports from the Lord’s work in Nicaragua. Following a year long trip to help some missionaries living there, Austin Joyce (MI, USA) and Johnny Marin (BC, CA) share some of their insights and experiences. I hope you find it interesting and maybe even challenging! (Editor)

Cast Off Cloak For Christ

Vancouver, British Columbia, is consistently ranked as one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Hundreds of thousands of visitors flock to the city because of it’s beauty, but not too far from the mountains and serene landscape, on the east side of the city there are the hundreds suffering souls who daily live on the streets in poverty.

I Am Not He

When the rulers of the synagogue in Antioch in Pisidia invited Paul and Barnabas to pass on a word of exhortation for the people, they probably didn’t realise that Paul’s definition of exhortation was vastly different to theirs.

The Five Best Books for Young People

Another series of book reviews on study aids, this time looking at the foundations of a library. Starting out with the obvious and essential addition, the Bible itself, Huw Rees makes recommendations for getting you started on history, the assembly, Bible overviews and prophecy.