You will surface, Pt.3

Stewart HuntFeatured, From Stewart

With only days to go before my daughter’s 21st birthday party, Jade had a terrible let down! The culprit was the clothing rail in her wardrobe. Apparently there were too many clothes… or too few screws (who … Read More

We owed him our very lives!

Stewart HuntFeatured, From Stewart

“Truly, truly, I say to you, unless a grain of wheat falls into the earth and dies, it remains alone…” – John 12:24a “We are convinced that one died for all, and therefore all died.” – … Read More

Never forgotten.

Stewart HuntFeatured, From Stewart

I’ll never forget, standing in the massive car park of a church in the US, just two days before Christmas 2002. I’d just been asked a simple question and was now weighing up how transparent … Read More

You will surface, Pt.2

Stewart HuntFeatured, From Stewart

As I exit from immigration, a sea of faces look towards me expectantly and then avert their gaze in disappointment. Flowers, balloons and hugs await some lucky traveller and it’s fun to watch the reunions. … Read More

Why I like Tozer.

Stewart HuntFeatured, From Stewart

Aiden Wilson Tozer (April 21, 1897 – May 12, 1963) Many of Tozer’s published works were written during the 1940s and 1950s, a period marked by WWII and western civilisations’ efforts at recovery. After his … Read More

Censored!

Stephanie SwensonFeatured, From Stewart

Nope, it wasn’t a bad word nor even a heretical slip. We were just protecting the name and reputation of one of my old police buddies. The videographer says to me, “So, you want me … Read More

You will surface

Stephanie SwensonFeatured, From Stewart

Up’s and down’s, high’s and low’s, they’re all a part of the Christian life. Yet, nothing quite sucks the air from your lungs like the thought that nobody knows what you’re going through. And the … Read More

200 Cafes

Stephanie SwensonFeatured, From Stewart

Lying awake one night, I began to ponder how much caffeine I’d had that day. One thought led to another and before long – instead of counting sheep – I began to count cafes. Still wide … Read More