Seth Pierce explains why the Cross on which Jesus died bears more meaning than you might expect.
Is an old hurt holding you back? Patty Froese Ntihemuka tells us how we can more readily accept a gift of love.
Seventh-day Adventist churches in New Zealand are changing the health of their local communities through a simple lifestyle program. Paul Rankin reports.
Most of us take the seven-day week for granted. Marvin Hunt explains how it came to be seven days and not six, eight or ten.
Dragons are mythical creatures, but in 1946, a man tickled a dragon’s tail and it killed him. Roland Hegstad tells the story.
A fatty liver can arrive like a stealth bomber—without warning pain or nausea to alert you. It has the potential to progress to a more serious chronic liver disease such as cirrhosis, unless you take significant lifestyle action.
Table of contents for the April 2012 issue