Light of Life

"Light of Life" is a monthly magazine published in India catering to the whole Christian family. The endeavour is to inspire, instruct, inform and influence people in becoming better followers of Jesus Christ. It provides a forum through a variety of articles and features where a Christian perspective is presented with a view to formulate Christian opinion in the country on matters of national and social significance.


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Articles and features (March 2016)

Editorial: A natural ‘Christian’ - Jacob Ninan brings out the dangers of a Christian living according to his natural understanding.

Church in the world or world in the church - Friendship with the world is enmity with God, warns Binoy K. Muduli.

Destiny undetermined! - The life of a man from times unknown has been compared to a journey, points out Ebinez Jezreel.

Floods remind us… While God judges the whole humanity, He makes provision for the righteous person to be saved, writes J. N. Manokaran.

Ghost in the church - The Holy Spirit will empower us to glorify Jesus, but we need to stop treating Him like a ghost, emphasises Kuruvilla Chandy.

God’s promise - Our struggles should not be a matter of complaint, but an opportunity to bring ourselves closer to Him and to mature in our faith, exhorts Deepika E. Sagar.

Responding to intolerance - Shantanu Dutta emphasises that Christians need to get as close as possible to other cultures for evangelism.

The oppressed - More are concerned about their own needs rather than the eternal needs of the community in which they live, laments Vivek Salins.

The life and work of Martin Luther - Martin Luther was a remarkable man of extraordinary courage and spiritual insight, writes Daniel Sathiaraj.

Repenting, forgiving, forgetting - When our stubborn heart changes to a forgiving heart, Jesus Christ is glorified in our lives, writes Swapna Peter.

Your Letters

Debate - What do you think is the most serious problem in the church that should be addressed immediately?

Word and the world - Painful labours - Cyril Georgeson

Notes along the journey - Fear versus love - Oby Cherian

Leadership lessons - Leaders who trust in God grow stronger with age - Vijay Thangaiah



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