Why I Don’t Believe in Miracles

The year was 2006, I was in my first year of college and just a few months into salvation. My friend, Mark Masai, was visiting me at the "Prefabs" hostels. On this particular day, he needed a data cable to transfer some photos from his phone into my computer.  I had lent mine to another friend. … Continue reading Why I Don’t Believe in Miracles

Lights, Camera, Action!

In a way, we are all Public Relations officers. We spend most of our time managing and manipulating appearances. We care too much what people think about us. And of course it is not wrong to care what people think of us. Jesus calls us to be a light to the world. The salt of … Continue reading Lights, Camera, Action!

Reaching the Lost at Any Cost

Nowadays, it seems more important to please the world than to please the church (please note I said please the "church" not please "God") -- even though the Bible says we should prioritize those in the household of faith. We don't care if our conservative brothers are stumbling all over our creative freedom. The important thing … Continue reading Reaching the Lost at Any Cost

Behind the Sins (Part 1)

 'If I find in myself desires which nothing in this world can satisfy, the only logical explanation is that I was made for another world.' - C. S. Lewis That is the mystery clouding this man’s vision as he disappears into the shadows tonight. He needs answers; answers to questions his scholarly mind cannot provide; solutions … Continue reading Behind the Sins (Part 1)

Ravi Zacharias on the Problem of Pleasure

I just finished reading Ravi Zacharias' Why Jesus? Rediscovering His Truth in an Age of Mass Marketed Spirituality, and I found his thoughts on pleasure interesting. This was especially more insightful when compared and contrasted to the problem of pain: Although I agree that the problem of pain may be one of the greatest challenges … Continue reading Ravi Zacharias on the Problem of Pleasure

Where Is the Lord Leading You? (Sunday@MHC)

I can't help but think that the people in the Old Testament had it easy when it came to hearing from God. At least then, God would speak directly and audibly through the prophets. Hebrews 1:1 confirms it; "In the past God spoke to our ancestors through the prophets at many times and in various ways," But … Continue reading Where Is the Lord Leading You? (Sunday@MHC)