Living Church News

Volume 14, No. 2, March/April 2012

Is It Wrong to GROW in Knowledge?

Personal Roderick C. Meredith (1930-2017)

Dear Brethren and Friends, Mr. Herbert W. Armstrong set all of us a fine example, as many of you older brethren remember. He always tried to move forward, to grow and to improve. Many, many times he told us, in meetings and in…

Christian Meditation

Editorial Roderick C. Meredith (1930-2017)

Most of you reading this understand that it is vital to read the Bible regularly and drink in deeply of its great Truth. But there is more to it than that. To really profit from Bible reading, or even from diligent Bible study, we must deeply…

Two Points About Christ's Sacrifice

Dexter B. Wakefield

Back in 1969, New York Jets quarterback Joe Namath wrote an autobiography titled, I Can’t Wait Until Tomorrow... ‘Cause I Get Better-Looking Every Day. Apparently, “Broadway Joe” liked what he saw in the mirror each morning. Do you?

Spiritual "Cap and Trade"?

Gerald Weston

Over the last decade, the theory of anthropogenic (“caused by human beings”) global warming has become big business. In Canada, the government of the province of Ontario has mandated that, by a certain date, people may no longer purchase ordinary…

Deleavening the Corners of Our Minds

John H. Ogwyn (1949-2005)

In the days when our two sons were young, my wife and I found that preparing for the Days of Unleavened Bread was often quite an adventure. My wife would find bits of leavening in places you would not normally expect. There were remains of cookies…

Seven Traits of Good Students

Bob League (1932-2015)

Today’s Christians have been called to become teachers in tomorrow’s world. But in order to be a good teacher, one must first become a good student. To teach God’s word, we must be well versed in God’s word.