Signs of the Times
November 2007 Issue | Vol 122 No 11
Articles in This Issue:
For more than 120 years Signs of the Times has been promoting God
My doctor increased my antidepressant dose. This has resulted in side effects, such as a dry mouth and tingling in my hands.
Marriage, like all relationships, needs investment to prosper. Victor Parachin suggests a few ways to improve yours.
Sneezing is common as a reaction to temperature variations.
Susan Johnstone explores the life and times of a veteran Australian musician and-in his own way-leader.
The universe is an amazing place. And astronomers continue to learn more about how amazing it is, Robert Werner reports.
Some people say you go to heaven, others that you go to the grave. Maylan Schurch examines the biblical evidence.
God's Word holds many blessings. Victor Parachin explains the benefits of studying it regularly.
Alan Holman tells the story-behind-the-story of a remarkable woman and her place in Australian history.
Apart from a breakdown in traditional social networks and relationships, financial stresses, and increased work hours, our diets have changed over the past 50 years.
Annual Australian gambling revenue is $A17 billion dollars. Yet it doesn't produce anything, increase overall wealth or manufacture any goods.
Many people choose to serve by following. Arthur Patrick looks at the life of one man who chose to serve by leading- at the cost of his life.
Goal setting is one of the least practised, most helpful strategies for life change. Andrew Cate shows you how goals can get you motivated and help keep you committed.
Spirituality is trendy, religion is not. But Samir Selmanovic explains why we need both.
Why do we want what isn't ours? Loron Wade reflects on the selfish nature of humanity and suggests a solution.
Kim Peckham challenges us to trust God-even when we're camping.