A good friend of mine turned 30 the other day. So her fiance and friends decided to throw her a surprise party. Those who could chipped in to make the day a success. We also bought gifts to take to the party and did our best to keep the secret until the big day. Nothing … Continue reading Why we should fundraise for weddings
Luke 6: 40-42 “A disciple is not above his teacher, but everyone who is fully trained will be like his teacher. Why do you see the speck that is in your brother’s eye but do not notice the log that is in your own eye? How can you say to your brother: ‘Brother, let me … Continue reading Your log, my speck… Wait, that’s not it.
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 …
The popular local secular singer/actress, Size 8, finally "came out" and confessed that she has been a Christian for a while. For a long time, she had struggled with the apparent contradiction between her music and her faith, and she finally decided to make the switch. As she explains in a recent interview, “I have … Continue reading Lyrical Review: Mateke by Size 8 […And Some Tips for the Artist]
I think the bus is turning out to be one of my favorite classrooms in life. It happened again today, as I commuted to church this morning. We were running late and there was some traffic build up near Westlands. So, the driver decided to take a detour and pass through some back-roads to avoid … Continue reading The Church Bus
Perhaps the reason you seldom look forward to Mondays is because you don't really get what's so special about Sundays. This Monday's blog break features insightful articles on the power and purpose of being part of a biblical church community: First, let's get definitions out of the way. THE ESSENTIAL: CHURCH is part of a … Continue reading Blog Break (4 Feb 13)