Mother's column – Christianity shines in its diversity


Your horizon expands when you meet people from different cultures. To do so, you can visit countries far away, but often that is not even necessary at all. Even for people who, like us, live in the most rural area of the Netherlands.

Weekly column from Ukraine – Rescued from the fire


This story happened a couple of months ago in the south of Ukraine. The entire Kherson region, including Tavriyske –the village where I grew up (located about 70 km from the border with Crimea)– was the enemy's focus since the first days of the invasion. In Kherson and some local areas of the region, fierce battles were fought with the Ukrainian military. The latter withstood the fight but retreated because of the large preponderance of enemy forces. As a result, control over the region very soon wholly passed into the hands of the occupiers.

When a family member has psychological problems


Steven knew he was hiding something, but it took years before he told his wife


Mother's column – serving love on Father's Day


An arranged marriage might not be romantic, but it is much more stable


Mother's column – appreciating the most luxurious hotel


A hidden pearl in Vaals


How do Christians worldwide celebrate Pentecost?


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