Title: Prosperity?Subtitle: Seeking the true GospelAuthors: Michael Otieno Maura, Conrad Mbewe, Ken Mbugua, John Piper and Wayne GrudemYear: 2015 This book has been written by african pastors for african christians, with some very helpful articles by John Piper and Wayne Grudem in the appendix. This is a very helpful resource and it’s aim is “to … Continue reading Book Review – Prosperity? Seeking the true Gospel
There is a trending topic all over Africa these days, the discussion on Pan Africanism. The call or urgency of the topic is to ignite Africans to make Africa great once again. Africans want to revive its education, economy, and social living. This is obviously in contrast with the rest of the world, and the … Continue reading Pan-Africanism is Biblical
Introduction During my second year at Bible college I wrestled with the idea of One true God, ever since then I was passionate about this topic. My biggest concern was this; How can I be sure if the God of the Bible, the God that I worship is the True God? I did not want … Continue reading The One True God
True success is not increased number, building big building, being rich and famous; true success is faithfulness, serving, loving, believing, prayer, holiness and right attitude.
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At a time when the globe is gripped with anxiety over the Coronavirus outbreak, it is important for Christians to be turning to the Bible for help and perspective. Here are a few biblical reflections. The gospel and God’s punishment of sin The first thing to realise is that this an opportunityfor Christians to explain … Continue reading Christians and the Coronavirus
IntroductionIn 2015 there was an article that came out in The Namibian newspaper, which said that the Dutch Reformed Church in South Africa was embracing homosexuality, and this later became true of the Namibian Dutch Reformed Church. In 2019 a Lutheran pastor called on the Namibian government to legalize homosexuality. For me personally it has … Continue reading Homosexuality and the Church