Author: Guest Writer

New Opportunities

By Ann O’Malley For several years now, God has been working on my attitude toward my sisters and brothers in Christ.  I see immaturity in those who’ve been believers for decades.  I hear bickering between husbands and wives who should…

Slices of Life, Slivers of Time

By Grant E. Christensen On Tuesday, Nancy and I once again drove to Seattle for my quarterly blood draw, PSA test, and appointment with my oncologist, Dr. Heather Cheng.  When we got off the elevator, a nurse immediately interviewed us…

Dual-Citizenship

By Katie Heid Dual-citizenship has its advantages and challenges.  As heirs to a Heavenly home and current members of American society, we have all the rights and privileges that both offer. I’ve heard well-meaning Christians profess that since God is…

Fear of Success

By Sandy Mayle There’s an interesting scene in the classic Christmas movie, “It’s a Wonderful Life,” where the dastardly Mr. Potter offers the impoverished George Baxter a highly lucrative job in his business.  George agonizes over his decision (which to…