The Author

Vivian L. Hyatt is a missionary with Campus Crusade for Christ International (Cru), having recently returned after serving 39 years in Eastern Europe and Russia. She and her husband continue to make teaching trips to Eastern Europe. They have five adult children and four grandchildren and live in Dayton, Ohio.

Whom Should I Marry? Ask Boaz and Ruth

Ruth isn’t a manual on how to get a husband, but it does have something to say about courtship and marriage today.

Seventy: A Mere Quirk of the Clock

A poem for a friend who recently turned 70.

God’s Scissors and the Cloth of Creation

The cloth of creation, cut into man and woman,

When You Cannot Live With or Without God

You have heard of Job’s endurance, James says (James 5:11). Job is the man who had it all and lost it all. His story

Taking Comfort from Cain

The first parents in the universe had raised their two sons to adulthood. Cain, the older, went into his father’s profession, tilling the soil.