Devotion: The heart of prayer

In case you missed some of our teachings, New Testament prayers are basically praise and thanksgiving for what the Father has already given us in Christ.
By Erasmus Makarimayi May. 11, 2024

Jesus came to fulfil the Law

This Law was meant for Jesus Who was both fully God and fully human. We therefore say He came to fulfil the Law
By Erasmus Makarimayi Aug. 19, 2023

Hebrew Scriptures: Body and soul: Indispensable partners for doing life's sacred work

Rather than imprisoning or corrupting the soul, the body is a God-given tool for doing sacred work in the world.
By My Jewish Learning Aug. 13, 2023

The parable of eating out

Hard times fell on that city, making it hard for the patrons to continue to eat out but they did not want to forgo coming to that restaurant.
By Tim Middleton Aug. 6, 2023

Businessman’s push for Greek interpreter raises dust

Katsimberis is accused of defrauding Pokugara Properties of US$1 million.
By Staff Reporter Jun. 18, 2023

The accountant: Every company’s Atlas

The story was somehow twisted to end up with the enduring image of a man carrying the globe on his back.
By Kaynos Chipangura Dec. 23, 2022

Zim artiste headlines Irish Black History Month expo

The former Avondale Primary School student said a Greek instrumentalist, who has been a professional music tutor since 1999.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Oct. 26, 2022

Hebrew scriptures: The moon: Jewish facts

The lunar month is roughly 29.5 days, so Hebrew months are either 29 or 30 days long.
By Yvette Alt Miller Oct. 2, 2022

Drum, percussion define Yenge Family

The multi-lingual and cultural nine-piece band was founded in 2015 by Collen Tom, a music teacher, composer, arranger and drummer.

By The Standard Jul. 5, 2022