We are living in an information saturated age. We are bombarded by scores of witty quotes and blog posts (like this one) that it has become virtually impossible to really chew on all this "important" information. So , some, like me have found it easier to bookmark web links for later reading and add hundreds … Continue reading A Good Book Reading Culture – Why We All Need It
The Cross and Cross-Gendered Fellowship – Part 2
Still to the guys, In the previous post, I pointed out the folly in having close or intimate fellowship with a person of the opposite sex. The basic conclusion was that it is foolish and therefore sinful to put so much confidence in our own strong wills, when the Bible (for our instruction and warning) … Continue reading The Cross and Cross-Gendered Fellowship – Part 2
The Cross and Cross-Gendered Fellowship – Part 1
To the guys, He had warned me numerous times, but I was convinced that I knew better. I could not read his motives, only his lips; and I was convinced that his lips spelled legalism and I would have none of that. It was only until my own experience validated his warnings that I would … Continue reading The Cross and Cross-Gendered Fellowship – Part 1
A Letter to the Elder Brother
"The older brother became angry and refused to go in. So his father went out and pleaded with him." [Luke 15:28] Dear Brother, I remember it like it was just yesterday; the hurt look on your face when I told you I was leaving home. I remember the conversation we had. You tried to dissuade … Continue reading A Letter to the Elder Brother
A Call to Reform our Pulpits – The Gospel Revisited
It seems that with so much distortion of the Gospel upon our own pulpits, we are faced with a new scenario of having to revisit the Gospel message with people we would rather assume (rather than confirm) are fellow Christians. How does one discuss the Gospel message with a fellow believer without coming off as … Continue reading A Call to Reform our Pulpits – The Gospel Revisited
What Constitutes Christian Lyrics?
"I am not ashamed of the gospel, because it is the power of God for the salvation of everyone who believes: first for the Jew, then for the Gentile." Romans 1:16 In the last lyrical review, I promised to present a biblical case for claiming that Nonini's "Colour kwa Face" and Daddy Owen's "Mbona" were … Continue reading What Constitutes Christian Lyrics?