Monthly Archives: June 2011

So, You Wanna Have a Baby?

By: Ng Zhiwen It’s unavoidable. From day one of marriage, the questions will pour in. “So when are your going to havechildren?” “Isn’t it about time?” There are other not-so-subtle hints. When your mum prepares herbal soup of the womb-strengthening … Continue reading

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Fresh Water

By: Dev Menon “As you came near the spring you would marvel, seeing that the water was endless, as it constantly gushed up and poured forth.  Yet you could never say that you had seen all the water.  How could … Continue reading

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The Geography of the Gospel

From the TGC blog: “. . . remain at Ephesus . . .” –1 Timothy 1:3 “. . . I left you in Crete . . .” –Titus 1:5 The gospel of grace frees us judicially: despite being guilty in ourselves, we … Continue reading

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Learning to Breathe Narnian Air

From the Desiring God blog: In 1956, after completing the last book in The Chronicles of Narnia, C. S. Lewis wrote a short article in the New York Times Book Review explaining how a childless professor of Medieval and Renaissance Literature came to write … Continue reading

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Good News in the Garden

An article from a close friend: For years, I had unhelpfully divided the Christian life into those things that appear to be “spiritual” and those that are “not-so-spiritual.” You might be able to identify with this. For example, I saw … Continue reading

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Cultural Idols in Disicpleship

From The Gospel Coalition Blog: Much has been written about the cost of discipleship. Even more has been said. And yet, as often as we hear about all that Jesus demands of us as his disciples, we cannot avoid being … Continue reading

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A few more ‘work’ quotes

By: Dev Menon Here are some quotes by great Christians about ‘work’ (and rest) : “When riches come, the godless heart of man thinks – ‘I have achieved this with my labours.  It does not consider that these are purely … Continue reading

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