Earlier this year, I started highlighting the theme of serviceability, pointing out that there are many ways Christians can be subservient to God. I also focused a little on the serviceability of the woman with the alabaster flask from the Bible. This month, I put the spotlight on missionaries and missionary activities. "Apostolos" is the
This is the second (and last) part of a two-part blog about the exceptional woman with the alabaster flask. You will find the first part in the April Blog, and I suggest that you read Mark 14:3-9 again. We will now zoom into the rest of the qualities of the woman with the alabaster flask.
Time flies and it is already the fourth month of the year. Time is moving forward in leaps and bounds. Our series about serving has not been exhausted yet, and in this blog I would like to reflect for a moment on the woman with the alabaster flask in the bible. It is a story
On New Year's Day, I read again in 2 Kings 2 the passage where Elijah is taken up into heaven. One of the verses that stands out is verse 21: “Then He went out to the spring and threw the salt into it, saying, 'I have healed this water. Never again will it cause death
Christmas and the end of the year are around the corner, and although this is the world's second Christmas with the pandemic, we at FEBA SA look back with great gratitude on a blessed year with many positive developments. It is true that COVID-19 has changed our lives tremendously over the past two years. While
Although Abraham from the Old Testament was called to complete his calling, it was far from flawless. Surprisingly, God honored him for his effort, giving him the title "the father of faith." How should we understand this? Well, calling has more to do with God's plan than man's infallibility. Of course, we strive for perfection,
We still have much to be thankful for It has been more than twenty months now that the world is grappling with the pandemic and the end does not seem to be in sight at all. Everyone's lives have changed, and many have fallen into total despair. We often hear of people who have lost