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Choice is Costly

Last updated on : July 24th, 2014

By Ngounibou Thiumai   There is no cheap choice. Every choice costs something whether big or small. Thoughtless decisions may be the costliest choice, but sometimes, right choices cost more than wrong choices. Choosing to help an old man crossing the road is risky. It costs at least something. Even if no car hits both […]

Christmas Trouble

Last updated on : July 24th, 2014

Mangte Areng Kom   The English word “Trouble” has different meaning. Trouble can meant problem, difficulty, dilemma, mess, nuisance, danger, worry, strife, unrest, conflict, bother, inconvenience, make an effort. Trouble is also sometime use as part of a very polite and formal request. Christmas is coming and everybody is getting more and busier, getting more […]

Should The Church Tithe?

Last updated on : August 3rd, 2017

By Dr. Jewel Azyamah Giving material and financial support for religious purpose has become mandatory for many religions. For instance, in the recent years Hinduism has introduced the system of giving tithe for religious purpose which probably is adopted from Christianity. On the contrary to other religions’ practice and development on tithing, some Christians, after […]

Call to Take up the Cross

Last updated on : August 3rd, 2017

Dr. Nkhinlakbou Ringkangmai Today the cross is the most familiar symbol of the Christian faith. We preach about it, and even wear it as an item of jewelry. Jesus used the cross when he called His disciples to commitment. He warned His disciples that “anyone would come after me… must deny himself and take up […]

The Old Rugged Cross

Last updated on : August 3rd, 2017

Sonpa Telen Kom, B.Th III The cross and the resurrection are embedded in the fabric of Christianity. It is the centre of Christianity. Without the cross, there is no atonement of sins for mankind and outside of the resurrection there is no hope for mankind. The message of the cross then is very important for […]

Be Still (Poem)

Last updated on : August 3rd, 2017

Noel Gurung, B.Th III When the burden seems heavier And feel myself so pressed I cling to thee, my Saviour Who’s with me, all my days? Immensity of this malady Hearts frightened in the tempest Deeper, I drowned, nearer I found Your presence, gave me the rest Be Still He is in control you see […]