Somewhere – Under The Rainbow

Somewhere – Under The Rainbow

Can there be joy within heartache? Jessica Edwards reviews a helpful book from Catherine Campbell.  Searching for God’s Promises in the Rain Many times I’ve sat beside a weary Christian and heard the cry, ‘God feels so far away’. Naturally in the darkest moments of...
TIME OUT WITH GOD: GOD’S TIME OUT WITH ME (4)

TIME OUT WITH GOD: GOD’S TIME OUT WITH ME (4)

Chris Hill continues a short series exploring our relationship with our Father  A PLACE OF REFINING  Being shut in a place of isolation with God has often proved to be an experience that transforms believers. Let’s take the prophet Elijah, for example. In 1 Kings...
The Biblical Feasts – 3     The Feast of First Fruits

The Biblical Feasts – 3 The Feast of First Fruits

by Rufus Barnes The last of the spring feasts takes place seven Sabbaths plus one day (50 days) after the Day of First Fruits – thus, because the Sabbath is on Saturday, this Feast is always on a Sunday. On the Day of First Fruits the people of Israel gave thanks for...
Shalom from Jerusalem

Shalom from Jerusalem

Caprice of a majority? Words of wisdom from S.H. Kellogg’s 1899 The Book of Leviticus, sum up events in today’s societies. He was discussing what theologians call the Holiness Law in Leviticus 18-20: “The church needs to come back to the full...
Rainbow

Rainbow

Peter Sammons explores the world’s adoption of the rainbow as its current motif of hope. For the Christian the rainbow means just one thing. That God has promised He will preserve this world even in, and despite of, its continuous and egregious rebellion against Him....