Leadership, Family and Influence

Leadership, Family and Influence Leadership, Family and Influence "Any ruler, no matter how numerous his weapons or great his wealth, must finally rule by other means. He must rule by ‘persuasion’, the ultimate weapon through which influence on culture is produced and sustained. The truly powerful leader must influence the […] Read more »

Implantable Chips

Implantable Chips Implantable Chips Barry Smith "It’ll never happen – impossible!" people use to mock. But what used to be a laughing matter is now met with indifference. The mark of the beast – a number on the right hand or the forehead... "What’s the problem? Lots of people have […] Read more »

Repackaging of Old Paganism in America

Repackaging of Old Paganism in America Repackaging of Old Paganism in America PASADENA, CA (ANS) -- In America, commercial trends in Halloween show a new repackaging of old paganism. The huge display of Halloween paraphernalia in malls, offices, parks, public schools and etc in America, and the extensive internet activities […] Read more »

Being Male In 2004

Being Male In 2004 Being Male In 2004 When families are functioning well – so will society We live in the age of relativism – where everyone is right, that is, from their own perspective. This, of course, means that subjectivity rules, and often at the expense of objectivity. Therefore, […] Read more »

Iron & Clay?

Iron & Clay? Iron & Clay? History was made in Rome on October 29, 2004 as the prime ministers of 25 European nations signed a common constitution, committing themselves (and the people of their respective countries) to the same standards of human rights and democratic values. I can hear the […] Read more »

Revival

Revival Revival It’s quiz time, folks. What is revival? Answer: strictly, it’s coming alive again, when God’s people get up off their polypropylene stackable chairs, get serious about re-examining their relationship with the Lord, then have enough enthusiasm to tell unbelievers about it. (We’re not talking about the latest fad […] Read more »

From the editor

From the editor From the editor Dear Friends Andrew Smith 2004 has come and almost gone. I trust that for most of our readers 2004 has been a prosperous and blessed year. And that for those who have experienced life’s harsh realities, that you have been able to clamber up […] Read more »