Signs of the Times
May 2017 Issue | Vol 132 No 5
Articles in This Issue:
Many people have a love-hate relationship with pasta because they fear they’ll gain weight. However, the problem isn’t the pasta but how it’s cooked, the portion size and the toppings we use in Western countries.
Martin Luther’s personal spiritual crisis transformed how many Christians today think about God and salvation. Harold Harker tells the story.
Signs associate editor Melody Tan, recently returned from maternity leave, shares her experience as a first-time mum. And it may sound familiar.
View from the other sideEver wondered what it will be like meeting your guardian angel at Christ’s second coming? Anna Palmer ponders that first conversation.
9 ways to steal“I don’t break the eighth commandment against stealing,” you may say. But Sandra Doran points out nine ways we sometimes do.
Go healthy for good - May 2017Why we shouldn't always listen to the doctor. And how fruit and vegetables can help us fight depression and anxiety.
A look at 12 years of music from The Fray.
Earth's stewardsLoren Seibold reflects on our human responsibility to protect the world we’ve been given and the devastating result of our greed that’s destroying it.
Raising godly children"Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it" (Proverbs 22:6, NKJV).
The disasters and diseases plaguing our world are devastating, yet far from surprising.
While our smartphones might be convenient, Scott Wegener warns that we need to be aware of the potential problems they can create in our lives, if we aren’t careful.
Yes we careReligious door-knocking with no strings? Yes—it's a thing.
Better health is achievable—Adele Nash is proof of that. And according to Food as Medicine, the best place to begin is in the kitchen.