Standing Firm

Society Dictated That She Obey Her Father, But She Would Not. At the beginning of the third century, Vibia Perpetua, a twenty-two year old mother of an infant son, was the daughter of a noble family in Carthage (on the northern coast of present-day Tunisia).  Perpetua, her brother, and her personal slave, Felicitas, were Christians, … Continue reading


The First Medical Missionary Colossians  4 : 14  NKJV: (14) “Luke the beloved physician and Demas greet you.” Teamwork was a hallmark of the Apostle Paul’s ministry.  Prominent members of his ministry included Silas, Barnabas, Luke, and Timothy, but he mentored and served with many others—including Epaphras.   When a physician sets aside his practice … Continue reading