Guest Post

The Eighties’ Child – Guest Blog by Melissa Payne

We, the eighties’ children, are a strange bunch. We long for the simplicity of the past and the technology of tomorrow. Born at a time when every house didn’t have a television and landlines were a mark of social status, we have seen cable television, the mobile phone and credit cards sweep the nation. Born […]

Guest Post by Sherwin Atkins

The Greatest of All As I sat in church this morning, I was urged to pen down certain thoughts or rather my take on one of the most quoted scripture verses.   John 3:16 “For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believes in Him will not perish […]

Guest Post by Neena Nizar Adam

NOTE: In April this year I was fortunate to meet Neena Nizar Adam for the first time. Over the last few months Neena and I have worked closely, chatted at length, organized impromptu parties for our colleagues, grumbled about work pressures, reveled in the joy of teaching and today, I’m happy to count her as a close friend. Innumerable […]