Signs of the Times
May 2007 Issue | Vol 122 No 5
Articles in This Issue:
We often limit God to our wish-list, and ourselves to quick visits with Him. Barry Oliver explains the reality and responsibility of sincere prayer.
Water is easily our most precious natural resource. It is fitting that life begins, as Graeme Loftus demonstrates, in the water.
Signs magazine has been helping people take the next step in their Christian journey for more than 120 years.
Francine Bell has a lifestory that has spanned numerous countries and cultures. Melody Tan talks to this singer, actor and author.
Recently I've noticed that I am struggling to get out of bed in the morning.
While some people suggest you are what you eat, David Edgren claims you are what you believe.
Loren Seibold looks at what it means to be "born again" and how to continue the Christian growth.
God knows the future. Samir Selmanovic shares some thoughts on how God communicates that knowledge with humanity.
Health-and-fitness writer Andrew Cate looks at some of the more serious consequences to your health from drinking alcohol.
Bigger portion sizes make you eat more, even if you think the food tastes terrible, according to a new study from Cornell University. Portion size is now thought to be as influential as taste, in determining whether we overeat.
How can we know who we are?
Doctors, lawyers and television commercials tell us that drinking is destructive to our health, families and employment. Yet, as John Ashton reveals, alcohol continues to escalate in popularity.
Spectacle lenses may be cleaned any way you like. Commercial liquids give a good result.
While boys will be boys, they do mature into men-eventually. Rochelle Woods explains how parents can help boys become men of integrity.
Arthur Patrick explores the lifework of William Tyndale, who said, "As a good surgeon cutteth away a putrefyed member, for the love he hath for the hole body, least it infecte the others members adjoynge to it."
The rest that results from a job well done is the best kind of rest on earth. Loron Wade explains.