by Bill Sayer Before computing became as popular as it is today, many offices had a machine called a word processor that a typist could use to create and store documents. It was essentially a hybrid between an old mechanical typewriter and a computer that we all have today. We too, are “word processors” of […]

Losing your Song

A couple of years ago, I was fascinated by a BBC News report about an endangered species of bird called the Regent Honeyeater which is found only in South Eastern Australia. It has a very sparse distribution over a vast area, and the male birds are now forgetting their own song, and mimicking the songs […]

Take Heart

I am sure you will agree that our hearts are an indispensable component of our bodies! If our hearts become damaged in some way (perhaps due to illness or a blockage), all that we could normally undertake would be seriously hampered. In the same way, the seat of our emotions (the heart of who we […]

Ruth: This Field

The book of Ruth is just 4 short chapters long, but it is a beautiful story of tragedy, loyalty, love and fulfilment. Naomi’s husband had died, and then her two married sons also died, leaving Naomi, Ruth, and Orpah as widows. Naomi, now desolate and living in the midst of a famine, learns that food […]

4 August, Day 163

Ira Kapitonova is with Ivan Kapitonov and Dmytro Bereza. But I have trusted in your steadfast love; my heart shall rejoice in your salvation. I will sing to the Lord, because he has dealt bountifully with me. Psalm 13:5‭-‬6 Today Russian troops shelled the area near Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) twice. They seriously damaged a high-voltage power line, […]