How is your appetite?

One hundred years ago, in the summer of 1908-1909, Sir Ernest Shackleton and three companions attempted to reach the South Pole from their winter quarters. They set off with four ponies to help carry the load, but weeks later after their ponies had died and their rations had virtually run

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Celebrating Unity

Dear Members and Friends of IBCZ, In this week’s Newsletter, we reprint an article by Dr. Gerhard Venter which was published in the most recent IBC magazine, Highlights*.  Most Christians, especially those in positions of leadership, are familiar with the fact that Jesus prayed for His followers’ unity (John 17:20-21

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The Tribulum

Throughout the Mediterranean world archaeologists have discovered many examples of a farming implement called a tribulum, which was a sort of sled with sharp flint or stones embedded on its underside. As it was dragged over harvested wheat, its sharp stones rubbed the seed from the pods and chopped the

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