It’s easy to wish for the old days, when it seems everyone went to church and lived according to Christian values. But we can’t turn the clock back. So, what does it mean to live as a “Christian nation” in the twenty-first century? Is it even possible?
How do the biblical themes of creation and stewardship link with logging practices in Solomon Islands and around the Pacific?
Can a godly man succeed in the tough environment of management and politics? Ivan Pomaleu’s story suggests the answer is Yes!