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If only they could have what I had

By Dr. Deborah Eisenhut, MD, FACS

My father was a journalist. Our home was full of books. When I was a tiny child, my family purchased an annual library card for the public library in a nearby city. Each week, we visited that library and carted away a basketful of books. I also checked out books from our well-stocked church library. When I began attending school, I took home books from the school library because we lived in a rural area….

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I will not become a fish

By Dr. Roger Ibengi Dobe, Mth. Ph.D.

How reading a confiscated pamphlet changed the direction of my life Christian literature has always been and remains one of the powerful ways the Holy Spirit brings people to conversion. Its advantage lies in the fact that it easily crosses religious and social barriers and reaches a man…

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