May 15, 2013 • V. Knowles
Is the human being so naturally inclined to deceive? Columnist V. Knowles gives evidence for why we so often tend to hide, shroud and cheat
May 1, 2013 • V. Knowles
What is war good for? Absolutely nothing. Columnist V. Knowles claims that peace can only be introduced to someone who's introduce to the Prince of Peace.
May 1, 2013 • Shari Grant
We see Christ’s submission to God the Father, and the use of the metaphor of the church being the “bride of Christ” (that’s a whole other story). Columnist Shari Grant explains he isn’t expecting from us something He was not humble enough to do Himself.
April 17, 2013 • V. Knowles
Columnist V. Knowles claims that even when we don't want it, suffering yields some of the best things in life. So, suffer on...
April 17, 2013 • Shari Grant
Sex. Sin. No.....Submission. This is the S-word that gets us all out of sorts when it comes to a man being joined to a woman. Is the modern woman expected to submit to a man in marriage? Columnist Shari Grant leads us to some answers.
April 3, 2013 • V. Knowles
Tyler Perry's new film Temptation has a plot that is a cautionary tale. We ignore signposts, we readjust our thinking, we even violate natural laws for our own pleasure. Columbist V. Knowles challenges us: Why not just obey?
April 3, 2013 • Billy Delgado
Is same-sex marriage becoming the new normal? As the justices of the Supreme Court same-sex marriage cases, will federal law begin to normalize same-sex love? Columnist Billy Delgado claims that the issue here extends beyond the same-sex marriage debate.
March 20, 2013 • V. Knowles
Due to our own wicked, selfish devices and desires we were evicted out of the comfort, security and safety of the garden of Eden. Columnist V. Knowles says we brought "Mr. Trouble" into the world.
March 20, 2013 • Shari Grant
The History Channel has been airing a mini-series called The Bible. Columnist Shari Grant shares that we can learn a great deal from the story of the ungrateful children of Israel.
March 20, 2013 • Billy Delgado
What most people think of Rihanna is that she's a spineless, vacillating, weak-willed woman. But, in her recent decision to rejoin her formerly abusive paramour, this pop singer Rihanna has demonstrated Christ's love better than the average Christian.