Are you diligent and hard-working?
Do you get angry?
Do you bear other's burdens?
Is your love for that significant other person in your life the kind that always protects, trusts, hopes & perseveres?
Do you love your neighbour?

The "right" answers might not be quite what you expect!

Despite the crumbling of the apartheid evil as a political, economic and social legal structure, it's still very much alive in the hearts and minds of this nation's Christians during their day-to-day activities

"The Reformation has been criticised by some as having had an anti-art spirit" This very informative article looks at how the ideas of Luther and Calvin informed the works of the great 17th Century artist .

"From the challenges of traditionalism, racism, nationalism, and militarism to scientism, historicism, etc., the volume explores the innumerable ideologies that hold our continent in its grip..."

"Mathematics is being seen not merely as a part of the structure of reality waiting to be discovered, but as a human activity, subject to all of the prejudices and limits that our presuppositions force us into." In Andrew's review, he points you to a couple of books to read on the topic. Sounds fascinating! Maybe 1+1=3, after all.

Co-dependency - Carolyn Gird
This is a very helpful article - a must read for anyone who has ever wondered about their problem relationships. It is complemented by Sue Gibbings' Quiz.

Is the issue of human rights really a Christian pursuit? Should Christians concern themselves with the problems of this world, or with getting souls saved for the next?

Can a Feminist who doesn't go to Church be a Christian? Judge for yourself.

Life's Like That? - Erna Buber de Villiers
The story that never got into the Reader's Digest.

History is about facts... or is it?

Gideon says he had a longsuffering mother this (very funny) story gives me hope that God will not run out of patience with me!

a few general impressions of positive change on the continent. In spite of the fact that many believe that Africa is a "lost continent", ... New and wonderful things are happening

You cannot read Seerveld without getting wiser! The article shows you why you think and act the way you do.

You never read it in the newspapers, but it is a true (goose-bumps) story. This article is an exciting account of the power of prayer and the Word to change the course of history in our times.

A medical practionioner calls his colleagues to account

Alan Paton remarked that it took him a lifetime to realise that the implementation of Christian ideals is not a matter of winning or losing, but of waging the battle incessantly. That would seem a good thing to bear in mind.
Are you diligent and hard-working?
Do you get angry?
Do you bear other's burdens?
Is your love for that significant other person in your life the kind that always protects, trusts, hopes & perseveres?
Do you love your neighbour?

The "right" answers might not be quite what you expect!

Despite the crumbling of the apartheid evil as a political, economic and social legal structure, it's still very much alive in the hearts and minds of this nation's Christians during their day-to-day activities

"The Reformation has been criticised by some as having had an anti-art spirit" This very informative article looks at how the ideas of Luther and Calvin informed the works of the great 17th Century artist .

"From the challenges of traditionalism, racism, nationalism, and militarism to scientism, historicism, etc., the volume explores the innumerable ideologies that hold our continent in its grip..."

"Mathematics is being seen not merely as a part of the structure of reality waiting to be discovered, but as a human activity, subject to all of the prejudices and limits that our presuppositions force us into." In Andrew's review, he points you to a couple of books to read on the topic. Sounds fascinating! Maybe 1+1=3, after all.

Co-dependency - Carolyn Gird
This is a very helpful article - a must read for anyone who has ever wondered about their problem relationships. It is complemented by Sue Gibbings' Quiz.

Is the issue of human rights really a Christian pursuit? Should Christians concern themselves with the problems of this world, or with getting souls saved for the next?

Can a Feminist who doesn't go to Church be a Christian? Judge for yourself.

Life's Like That? - Erna Buber de Villiers
The story that never got into the Reader's Digest.

History is about facts... or is it?

Gideon says he had a longsuffering mother this (very funny) story gives me hope that God will not run out of patience with me!

a few general impressions of positive change on the continent. In spite of the fact that many believe that Africa is a "lost continent", ... New and wonderful things are happening

You cannot read Seerveld without getting wiser! The article shows you why you think and act the way you do.

You never read it in the newspapers, but it is a true (goose-bumps) story. This article is an exciting account of the power of prayer and the Word to change the course of history in our times.

A medical practionioner calls his colleagues to account

Alan Paton remarked that it took him a lifetime to realise that the implementation of Christian ideals is not a matter of winning or losing, but of waging the battle incessantly. That would seem a good thing to bear in mind.
M2M Issue 3 February 1993
Ten years old, but still a very good read!