Dish washing

He Came

by Rick Ezell A young mother was standing in her kitchen with a stack of dirty dishes in the sink, two children at her feet, and a pile of dirty diapers in the corner. Tears were streaming down her face. She took off her apron and walked out. When she called that night her young […]


“Keeping Our Head” in the Church

by Andrew Wood As a boy I had a copy of Rudyard Kipling’s classic poem “If” hanging on my bedroom wall. The opening line has always stuck with me: “If you can keep your head when all about you are losing theirs and blaming it on you.” Over the years I’ve found that it’s not […]


As It Was . . . So It Will Be

by Victor Knowles When was the last time you thought seriously about the return of Christ and the final judgment? Often we get so caught up in daily living we seldom think about end-time events. When I was 12 years old we had a “morning watch” at Christian Service Camp. Before breakfast we would scatter […]