We have all passed through that stage. We didn't understand why our parents wouldn't let us sleep over at a friend's house, or why we had to brush our teeth, or eat our vegetables and make our beds. All our confused and pained "whys" were quickly silenced by mum's firm "Because I said so". Of course, … Continue reading Revised and Updated: Should Women Be Pastors?
My church got a new senior pastor last Sunday. Actually, he’s been around for quite a while (at least five years) as the Associate Pastor. But Ken Mbugua officially became the Senior Pastor of Emmanuel Baptist Church on October 18th, 2015. His first message will remain etched in my mind for a long time. Not … Continue reading Church 101: A Senior Pastor’s First Message to the Church
It hit me when I was already at my doorstep. I had left my house keys at the office. This has never happened before, perhaps it was because I was having a bad day. I couldn't imagine going all the way back to the city center. It was 6 pm -- the traffic will be … Continue reading Home …
My friend didn't make it to church yesterday. No, he wasn't busy doing something else. In fact, he woke up quite early yesterday. So, it's not like he overslept. My friend WANTED to go to church, so his will cannot be blamed for missing church yesterday. You see, the reason why my friend could not … Continue reading The Poor Musings of a Church Mouse
You could call most of what I do here "preaching to the choir." Most of my writing primarily targets Christians rather than non-Christians. Of course, there are times when the occasional non-Christian bothers to spend a few minutes on my lengthy posts and begins to seek Christ. I am grateful for such moments. I pray … Continue reading Why I Love Preaching to the Choir
Here are some great reads that are bound to make your Thursday worthwhile: GET TO CHURCH EARLY. I think this article was written with me (Cornell) in mind. I've been getting to church and meetings quite late lately. This is not good. I need to change this. I am going to change this. Starting yesterday. … Continue reading Blog Break (18 Apr 13)
It's been awhile since I posted the last Blog Break. I guess the tension after the general elections here in Kenya have re-organized all our schedules as we wait for the final poll results to be announced. Here are four links to articles that I found worth sharing and re-reading: TEACHABILITY. This post was written … Continue reading Blog Break (6 Mar 13)