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  • Kay Stevens: An African Pioneer
    Kay was born Kay van Rij in 1918 in a wooden house high up on the top of a hill that overlooked the fledgling “City of Gold”, Johannesburg, South Africa. She was of Dutch extraction. Her mother, as a young child, was held in a British Concentration […]...
  • Gandhi – Shining The Light
    Article Review: “Gandhi, Shining the Light” The Author, in his late 80’s led a life of adventure, including bravery, as wartime, and Berlin Airlift pilot and afterwards with M.A.F., piloting in Africa. The early formative life of both Gandhi and Stevens led also to internalized strong value-laden […]...
  • Where Will You Draw The Line?
    “There are Christian leaders who do not feel it is the role of the church to confront evil in government.  They feel we must concern ourselves only with spiritual matters, as though the killing of unborn babies and support for public morality are beyond that scope.  These […]...
  • Pain Shared Is Pain Halved
    PAIN  SHARED  is  PAIN  HALVED “A problem shared is a problem halved” is a proverb that applies to the subject of coping well with chronic painful conditions such as those from which I suffer. Albert Einstein once said: ‘I never think of the future, it comes soon […]...
  • Five Fights
    Five Fights I have been involved in five major fights in my lifetime. On Remembrance Day 2011, I shall look back on my first fight and thank God that I survived through my parents’ prayers and their claiming such promises of deliverance from danger and death as […]...
  • Unusual Compatriots: Gandhi
    Gandhi was the leader of the Indian National Movement against British rule. Gandhi is widely considered to be the father of his country. His doctrine of non-violent protest to achieve political and social progress has been very influential. Gandhi was born on 2nd October 1869 as Mohandas […]...