This is a response to Mr. Clay Muganda's article which was published in DN2 (26 March, 2013) titled "Sheath your hypocrisy, dear religious leaders". I'd like to remind him that recognizing/acknowledging a moral standard does not make one a hypocrite for personally failing to meet that standard. I am not a hypocrite simply because I … Continue reading Sheath Your Hypocrisy, Dear Moral Anarchist (Weka Condom Mpangoni)
For a long time in my Christian walk, I honestly didn't get the resurrection of Christ. I confess that I am still not quite sure that I truly grasp it . What I mean is that I didn't get what the "big deal" was regarding the resurrection, and why it must be included in our … Continue reading Much Ado About Resurrection
If there is any message that I will never tire or retire from reiterating, its the one that follows this sentence: Dear reader, God loves you. He created you to be His, and you are His because He created you. God made you to worship and delight in Him. He made you so that He … Continue reading What’s So Good About Good Friday?
Jesus: “While I am in the world, I am the light of the world.” John 9:5 Christ commands His saints to be salty. He has equipped us with Himself, the ability to change the state of anyone we encounter and the taste anywhere we go. What do you need to add a salty flavor to … Continue reading Why Did The Blind Man Cross The Road?
I loved this; A man died and went to heaven and he saw two lines. One line said “Predestined” and the other line said “Free Choice”. So, being a good 5-point Calvinist, he got in the predestined line. And he worked his way up to the front and the angel in charge said “Why are … Continue reading Damned If You Choose, Damned If You Don’t
I've been thinking about stories, and why they are such effective, timeless modes of communication. Children learn best through stories. So do adults. The best writers are storytellers. Stories just have a way of gripping our attention because they invade our imagination. Stories enter the minds of their hearers unannounced and take a seat on … Continue reading The Truth About The Truth
"Have nothing to do with the fruitless deeds of darkness, but rather expose them." Ephesians 5:11 Samuel said to the Christian Singer, “I am the one the Lord sent to anoint you to write and lead songs of worship in His Church; so listen now to the message from the Lord. This is what the … Continue reading A Man After God’s Own Art