Signs of the Times
December 2006 Issue | Vol 121 No 12
Articles in This Issue:
Even now I am married, I am still selfconscious and unhappy about my looks.
Christmas is meant to be a symbol of hope. It tells us we are not alone, that there is a Person behind the cosmos who cares.
When Mary was called to love, she had no idea what it would cost her. And neither do we. Trudy Morgan-Cole tells the story.
Some mothers have eyes in the back of their heart.
Nathan Brown considers an obsession described as our new national religion-and the alternative.
Those separated from loved ones need not despair.
Jesus Christ has been the reason for the existence of Signs of the Times since its inception 120 years ago.
Every family has its own traditions that make Christmas authentic. Harold Harker explores his past and the future.
Steve Plahn always greets you with a friendly smile. He looks well, happy and full of energy, but that was not the case on August 2, 2005, reports Warren Somerville.
Modern science and ancient wisdom team up to make your day. Darren Morton explains.
Children are often said to have their "father's eyes" or "mother's smile." David Edgren demonstrates that our human nature reveals our heavenly Father.
We've all seen them in the shopping centre- kids who control their parents. But what do we do when we get home and discover they are our kids? Susan Davis makes some helpful suggestions.
Medical Hotline with Dr James Wright
Is Jesus really the Son of God? Check out some Bible prophecies with Bob Donaldson that give a clear answer.
All good things come from God
The gift of music as embodied by Australia's most successful acappella group - The Idea of North
We are all followers. Those who would rule our lives abound. Samir Selmanavic offers up an invitation to follow, and follow well, a worthy Master.
For many people, the festive season can bring too many indulgences, resulting in unwanted sluggishness and weight gain. Why not give your friends and family something more energising this Christmas?