Many things that we now take for granted began in very small, unnoticed ways and, often, in out-of-the-way places. For example, Microsoft began in a college dorm room by a young man who would soon drop out of university. Apple had a similarly inauspicious beginning.
Several weeks ago, many South Africans were tensely frustrated, even angry, as we awaited word as to whether President Jacob Zuma would be removed from office. Many of us desired a new king, namely Cyril Ramaphosa. The currency market anticipated such good news. Once it
Charles Colson, aide to President Richard Nixon during the Watergate Scandal, who was gloriously converted in prison, once said and the US National Prayer Breakfast, “The kingdom of God does not arrive on Air Force One.” It has arrived in Jesus Christ, and it is
There are several holydays that I believe the church is right to observe: Christmas, Good Friday, Easter Sunday and Ascension Day. It is probably not easy to rank their importance, for the reality is that each is dependent upon the others for full significance. For