A Line From Us

Describing the realities of our salvation, Paul wrote, “For He rescued us from the domain of darkness, and transferred us to the kingdom of His beloved Son” (Col 1:13). We once languished in the “domain of darkness”, but now we live in “the kingdom of His beloved Son”. The regeneration of sinners results in a fundamentally changed life. The Challenge to Live Differently reminds us of this Christian obligation, while You Haven’t Changed a Bit! challenges us to examine the trajectory of our lives, to see whether the change is for better or for worse.

But what ought our new life in Christ to look like? A Hard Lesson on Humility holds up the chief of all virtues as a standard against which we should examine our progress. The Myth and Menace of the Ministry Maverick warns against the worst of all vices – pride – and explores the many ways it surfaces in church life. God’s Faithfulness to Me is a neat testimony of how the Gospel has transformed the life of one who has been redeemed.


Jesus Paid it All continues that Gospel story begun in Fishers 208. And just in case you think that the Gospel is only relevant to non-Christians – take a careful read of the article Who Needs to Hear the Gospel?. It will seriously challenge your assumptions in this regard

- The Editor


In This FISHERS 209 Issue

Letters from Readers -

A Hard Lesson on Humility
- Christian Living

Psalm 1
Prayer and Devotion -

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