Editorial: "I hate your festivals" - What God really wants from us is our love, not celebration of festivals, points out Jacob Ninan.
Taking God for granted - Let us endeavour to seek God earnestly while He may be found, and live a righteous life, exhorts Jessy Thomas Joseph.
The cross and the yoke - When the yoke is on and as we move forward, the burden of the cross becomes lighter and lighter, asserts George Ninan.
The power of God's word God will withhold the power of His life-transforming word from those who harden their hearts and reject His offer, warns Vivek Salins.
Thy will be done - Acceptance of God-given life situations need not preclude a person from being successful in life, so long as he is inspired by God and walks in His ways, writes George John.
Of promise, patience and prize - The Almighty develops in us the virtue of patience even while placing a prize before us all, with the aim of moulding us into His Sonís image, asserts Suresh Manoharan.
The rich man and Lazarus - We need to be personally connected with God and with His Son Jesus Christ and love the people whom Jesus loves, emphasises P. Joseph Ramanathan.
Paul's recipe for a happy family - If you want to build a secure future for your children, first build your children for the future, advises Paul H. Jeyasingh.
How you end, how you begin - Forgiveness is the key to end all hard and bitter things in your life, writes Swapna Peter.
Word and the world - Wholesome discipleship - Cyril Georgeson
Notes along the journey - Try just once more - Oby Cherian
Crossword 24 - J. Fredric Dawson