Signs of the Times
January 2007 Issue | Vol 122 No 1
Articles in This Issue:
Sometimes fact seems stranger than fiction. Certain high-fat foods, such as peanuts and peanut butter, not only protect us from developing heart disease, but high mono-unsaturated fat diets based on these foods have been found to work better than low-fat
Here are really only two views as to where life came from: either evolution or creation.
Receiving Valentines Day gifts has both an upside and downside, as Lynn Ruth Miller found out.
One of the planet's most unique landscapes is also the home of much early church history, as Harold Harker explains.
God promises to provide our needs. But sometimes He blesses us with the unexpected and unnecessary! Karen Elengikal rejoices in the grace of God.
Medical Hotline with Dr James Wright
Have you ever felt like giving up? Mark Finley offers us a friend and so much more. We can find peace in this turbulent world.
Have you ever felt people could see right through you? Colin Renfrew reveals a Man who truly was transparent in His every action.
Does true love exist? And if it does, what does it look like? Adele Nash puts all her flowers in one basket.
How does a calm pacific nation break out into chaos?Robert Wolfgramm considers the cause to find peace.
A diet of fresh fruits, vegetables, nuts and grains sounds healthy but as Susan Johnstone has found, how that food is farmed makes a big difference.
Sioux Indian Luke Yellowrobe has a passion for young people and through the "Circle of courage" model of youth development, he's making a difference. Nathan Brown speaks with this passionate leader.
Worship is an attitude of the heart. In other words, what we love, we worship. Loron Wade points us to the only God who deserves our love and worship.
Once a small-town teenager, he is now one of the world's most travelled public preachers. Mark Finley tells the story of how God first got his attention.