Dr. Frank Page

The Task Before Us

One Christmas, an elderly woman decided to send money to her family members instead of buying gifts. She purchased Christmas cards for everyone and wrote a Merry Christmas greeting followed by the phrase, “Buy your own presents this year.” However, in January she realized that she had sent the Christmas cards, but had forgotten to […]

I Fine You Fifty Cents!

One night during the Depression, New York’s famous mayor Fiorello La Guardia was presiding in night court when a man was found guilty of stealing a loaf of bread to feed his starving family. Abiding by the law, La Guardia fined the man ten dollars, which the accused could not afford. La Guardia then took […]

THANKSGIVING: A Day of Grief and Joy

Thanksgiving is a secular holiday emphasizing a godly discipline, yet many Christians still have much to learn about being a thankful people. In Nehemiah 8:9–12, we are confronted by our need to rejoice for the blessings of our Lord. When we read His Word and become truly aware of what God has done for us, […]

Where in the World is God?

One of the most often-asked questions today is, “Where in the world is God?” With horrible tragedies ringing in our minds such as school, workplace, event, and, most recently, church massacres, we are sometimes prone to ask this very same question. We would have no problem if we did not believe in a loving, merciful […]