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The still voice

The still voice

November 4, 2020  - By Joanne Sam

The recent lockdown has been a slow, quiet season for everyone. As this poetess asks: what’s your excuse for avoiding Him now?

Hopeful Few

Hopeful Few

September 16, 2020  - By Joanne Sam

Is the concept of eternity a mere movie hypothesis — or does a place like heaven really exist beyond the vast blue skies?

Hall of Faith

Hall of Faith

August 19, 2020  - By Joanne Sam

Hebrews 11 is a roll call of biblical giants recognised for living by faith, not sight. Are we able to walk in their shoes?

This is grace

This is grace

July 26, 2020  - By Sheba Abraham

That God would bestow the gift of unmerited favour upon traitors for free is not an idea our finite minds can always comprehend. This poem makes an attempt

Mary

Mary

May 10, 2020  - By Rebecca Moore

The responsibility that comes with motherhood is unthinkable, but the stakes were even higher for Mary. Her baby was the very Son of God

Prison to paradise

Prison to paradise

March 25, 2020  - By Joanne Sam

He's trudging towards a wooden deathbed. It looks like the end of the road. Little does he know... it's only the beginning

Very good

Very good

January 5, 2020  - By Rebecca Moore

The creation story has been told many times — but not quite like this. Here it is, told one more time, in a way that will surely make us bow in worship

Little Katie Ann

Little Katie Ann

September 11, 2019  - By Rebecca Moore

A poet explores the impact and import of 9/11 — and how we must think of it, almost 20 years after the events of that fateful day

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