Christian?

Soon theatres in my city will be filled with hordes of Christians going to watch ‘Christian’ movies that come in before Good Friday and Easter. (By the way ‘Easter’ is not a Biblical… Continue reading

Whiteout!

Recently I was watching a movie called ‘Shooter’. It is an old movie, a 2007 American conspiracy thriller film. The film concerns a former U.S. Marine Scout sniper who is framed for murder by a rogue secret private military company unit. I enjoyed… Continue reading

Two Face

Just yesterday morning my wife and I were talking to a family about a problem with split behaviour. My mind went to the Greek God Janus, after whom the month of January is… Continue reading

Willie’s Weekly Webcouragement #4 Deut 8:4

God keeps us in His supernatural realm despite our surroundings and circumstances. His discipline makes us worthy sons…to eventual become great fathers of worthy sons!

Don’t Defeat Yourself!

Recently I have come across many people who are facing crisis either in their lives, their business or some even in their ministry. There is a vast difference between crisis and progress. Let… Continue reading

Get Back into the Fight!

There is a very pronounced ‘spirit’ of discouragement seeping into lives today. It sticks on like a leech and then seems to extract the life out of you…slow and steady! People are losing… Continue reading

True Love

It was the summer of 1969. We had just finished our ISC exams and were running free like butterflies in the wind! I remember sitting in a South Bombay theatre with a gang… Continue reading

Willie’s Weekly Webcouragement #3 Deut 8:3b

God teaches us the He is our sustenance and life! Without Him we truly cannot do nothing. Jesus is indeed the Bread that came down from Heaven.

I’ve Been Thinking…

Remove not the ancient landmark, which thy fathers have set. Prov 22:28 I’ve been thinking… In the last twenty years or more in most secular universities, truth is no longer seen as an… Continue reading

Hey! Be Watchful.

My love for the wild and open forests has never ever left me. I remember clearly it was around the late 80s when Bev and I went to visit Tadoba for the first… Continue reading