Signs of the Times

March 2017 Issue | Vol 132 No 2

Articles in This Issue:

Alicia Keys: on music and motherhood
Alicia Keys: on music and motherhood
She's the queen of R&B, but there's more to Alicia Keys than her music.
When Jesus told the angels
When Jesus told the angels
Ellen G White shares some insights into God’s plan of salvation from the perspective of conversations Jesus had with the angels in heaven.
Go healthy for good - March 2017
Go healthy for good - March 2017
It's time to take a tough stance on soft drink. And why a routine can help reduce the rotundness in our children.
The power of the pen
The power of the pen
Five sisters; one ministry.
The price of unity
The price of unity
Dean Edgar looks at the campaign to bring Catholic and Protestant denominations together.
The enemy party
The enemy party
It was a birthday party for two sisters, and only their enemies were invited.
Should women be silent in church?
Should women be silent in church?
Why does the Bible say that women should be silent when in church?
Lower the GI of your diet
Lower the GI of your diet
A high glycaemic index (GI) diet isn’t just a sure way to developing diabetes—it is now linked to conditions including acne, polycystic ovarian syndrome and cancer.
Child, arise! The courage to stand
Child, arise! The courage to stand
A spiritual handbook for survivors of sexual abuse.
The times we live in
The times we live in
There’s a better day coming.
Why touch matters
Why touch matters
Vanessa Pizzuto says that humans—even muscular athletes—have a deep psychological need to be touched by other humans.
My great big happy family
My great big happy family
Michelle Mauigoa and her husband, Daniel, have nine children, which would probably overwhelm most people, but she wouldn’t trade places with any of them.
What happened in Heaven?
What happened in Heaven?
Loren Seibold shares the story of a people who expected Jesus to come and how they resolved their disappointment when He didn’t.
Shauna Ryan
Shauna Ryan
“A strong woman is one who’s aware and confident . . .”
Life really is beautiful
Life really is beautiful
Mood disorders affect us all to some extent. Lee Dunstan interviewed Graeme Frauenfelder, who experienced the worst—and won.
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