Believe it or not, we are really in December, and a new year is approaching in few weeks. What a year this has been! Due to the pandemic, we all had (and some still) our ups and downs. One way or another, we have all been shaken and often caught panicking. As we are approaching … Continue reading It’s actually December
Are there any qualities or characteristics that are true of Christians only and make them to be different from the rest of mankind? Or are we just like the rest, each embracing their respective club of belonging. I think there is a distinction between a Christian and a non-Christian. The fundamental mark of the Christian … Continue reading The fundamental mark of the Christian
Many people are introduced to Christianity as an escape route from all problems, from illnesses to financial break-throughs. Not after few months if not weeks, they realize that the same problems are still roaming around. Sadly to their despair they throw in the towel and kick Christianity away, since after all, it did not work … Continue reading Sorrowful yet always rejoicing
The greatest temptation and hardship a believer can face is when we feel abandoned by God and abandoned to the will of the ungodly. We feel unfairly treated and give way to depression as we go on the search for other safe grounds. And shortly, we discover that many grounds are but sinking sand. How … Continue reading God is our protection is seasonable times of trouble
The above thought-provoking title is from the recent book by Laban S. Mwashekele, volume one. In this volume, the retired but not disarmed pastor analyzes the pollution within Christendom and invites all God-lovers to consider decolonizing Biblical Christianity, to reconstruct the African culture, and to reform the African Mind, as he attempts the same task. … Continue reading Decolonising Biblical Christianity, Reforming the African Mind: Colonialism is not Civilisation, Culture is not Christianity.
First Timothy is a 6 chapter long book, written by Paul to Timothy. There is much to learn from this book, and I will encourage you to spare 30 minutes of your time to read it. Here are few highlights from the book: Jesus Christ is the only hope of this world (1:1, 15; 2:5): … Continue reading Lessons from 1 Timothy
Within religious circles it is not accidental to hear statements such as, ‘just let the spirit led', or ‘do not force your doctrine and any form of teaching, let us just be led by the spirit’. And in other words, ‘only the leading of the spirit is important, so just listen to what the spirit … Continue reading Just let the Spirit lead