Aliens: Science Fiction or Reality?

By Jonathan Platt (alias J.D. Wilson) Word Count: 3490 Rating: G (suitable for all audiences) Summary: A summary of Christian writer’s thoughts on alien life. Are we alone in the heavens? Is there life, including intelligent life, elsewhere in the universe? What would be the implications for humanity and our relationship to God if there […]

The Pomegranate: An Original Fairy Tale

By Amanda Pizzolatto (alias Aurora Mandeville) Word Count: 652 Rating: G (suitable for all audiences) Summary: An original fairy tale in the mold of Andersen and Le Prince de Beaumont. Once upon a time, in a faraway land, lived a sickly king and his three children. Sensing that his days were coming to an end, […]

Christos Voskrese!

By Lawrence “Mack” Hall Word Count: 473 Rating: G (suitable for all audiences) Summary: A poem about the Russian Orthodox celebration of Easter   For Tod *** The world is unusually quiet this dawn With fading stars withdrawing in good grace And drowsy, dreaming sunflowers, dewy-drooped, Their golden crowns all motionless and still, Stand patiently in […]

The Doctor’s Easter: A Doctor Who Story

By Yatzstar Word Count: Rating: G (suitable for all audiences) Summary: The Doctor travels back to First Century Jerusalem to find the truth about Jesus. It was Easter Sunday. Churches all over the world were crammed full of people celebrating the holiday, but the Doctor was not one of them. He sat in his TARDIS, […]

The Divine Doctor: Suffering and Healing in the Christian Life

By Fr. Brian Doerr Word Count: 978 Rating: G (suitable for all audiences) Summary: Fr. Doerr discusses the topic of suffering. “Jesus told him, ‘Go your way; your faith has saved you.’ Immediately he received his sight and followed him on the way.” Marvelous, the ease with which Jesus, the Son of God, cured the […]

Those Final Fateful Hours: A Triduum Reflection

By The Traveling Troubadour Word Count: 1,904 Rating: G (suitable for all audiences) Summary: A reflection on the final hours of Christ’s Life for the celebration of the Triduum.   Some twenty centuries ago in the Ancient Holy City of Jerusalem, thirteen men were assembled to celebrate the Pascal Feast of The Passover in a place that has come […]

Easter in My Landscape: Celtic Reflections on the Season

By Elizabeth Roper Word Count: 1,349 Rating: G (suitable for all audiences) Summary: The author recounts her spiritual journey to faith in Christ through the influence of her natural surroundings. It is through the ‘Book of Nature’ that I came to Christ. My journey to faith was through a sense of the divine in all […]

Cinderella’s Amazing Grace: An Exploration of the Christian Themes in This Classic Tale

By Anna Githens Word Count: 1,760 Ratings: G (suitable for all audiences) Summary: An overview of the Christian elements contained within Disney’s 2015 live action remake of Cinderella. While watching the magnificent 2015 version of Cinderella, many timeless truths contained within the classic story became much clearer to me. Perhaps this is due to the […]

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An Aluminium Walking Stick on Calvary

By Lawrence “Mack” Hall Word Count: 92 Rating: G (suitable for all audiences) Summary: An old woman knows it will not be long before she can lay down her cane… An aluminum clank walking stick clank is Its own clank cross to bear clank an aged Woman climbing clank Calvary again Clank burdened with her […]

Christmas Poem

By Martina Juričková Word Count: 90 Rating: G Summary: A poem about the joys of Christmas Listen to this Christmas poem; wonderful, the warmth of home when mum’s baking cakes and more while just beyond the festooned door Winter sits upon her throne.   Everything outside is white; you await a snowball fight. Let’s make some […]