Do you carry an unjust cross?

It’s time we took our cue from Simon of Cyrene in shouldering pain and suffering not of our making. If not for us, at least for the sake of our children, says Pastor Anand Peacock, in this episode of the Monday Morning series, Stay Strong.

Ruth, that was a smart move!

Your God my God, your people my people
Shall we take a leaf out of the book of Ruth and Naomi and impact those in our circle and beyond,asks Sharmini Samuel

Scam to Gift

Scam augurs misery, while the Gift of God spells joy forever, says Rev. Isaac Johnson, Senior Pastor, The Kirk, Chennai, in this episode of the weekly series, Stay Strong.

When you hear the word Father, what comes to your mind?

How can we think of God as our perfect Father if the earthly fathers fall short on many counts? Yes, even the best of fathers can mess up and make wrong or bad decisions. Then, who is the perfect father? wonders Shalini Manohar, Chief Operating Officer, LFS, on this Fathers’ Day.

The Lord’s Prayer

God is not a force or entity but a person, he is our Father, asserts Thomas Skaria as he revisits the Lord’s Prayer in this edition of Stay Strong

Hawking humbled!

Stephen Hawking laboured hard for a theory of everything. Much later he admitted that this theory will forever be elusive because we do not have an ‘objective’ view of the universe But, can we then know the Truth, asks Neil Vimalkumar

Nehemiah, an inspirational leader

Nehemiah, an inspirational leader

Despite challenges from within and without, Nehemiah was able to hear God’s voice and translate the idea into action, says Jacob Cheriyan

Lord Help!

Here’s the password to come out of any worst case scenario: Lord, help! Jacob Mathew, Associate Pastor, AG Church, Kolkata, suggests we magnify God when we face our deepest pain

What we know | Stay Strong

We don’t hypothesize, we don’t speculate, we don’t hope.
We KNOW our Redeemer lives. Watch this episode of Stay Strong by Nathan Andrews.

The first game of hide & seek

The game cost the First man and woman paradise.
We did not seek or find God, God came looking for us. And isn’t that marvellous, asks Thomas Skaria