[By Julie Wang'ombe] Imagine its exam day at a university. Anyone who’s ever been a student, as I currently am, knows that in any class, there’s a ‘colorful’ range of students. The serious; the cavalier; the ‘brilliant without much effort” the “must work twice as hard to do half as well as the average person” … Continue reading When ‘good’ professors fail ‘good’ students and how it relates to Christianity.
Why do bad things happen to good people? I may attempt to understand Judas, that he was simply human, but can someone please explain to me Joseph? Or Job? Were these two men superhuman? Of course, in both of their stories, God gives us a glimpse behind the curtains of providence: The devil was trying … Continue reading The Hero in My Story
I am not a very good guy. Actually, I can't even say that I am good at all. No, don't judge me by what my friends say about me. I live with me, I am in my presence 24-7. I know my heart, and I know the evil that resides there here. It is hard … Continue reading Stuck With the Gospel
Hi friends. I hope you had a blessed Easter. If you don't know what's so good about Easter Friday, check this out. And if you're not so sure how the resurrection fits into your own salvation, this might help. Meanwhile, kick-start your week and month with these heart-searching reads: In WHAT SHAMES US, Tim Challies … Continue reading Blog Break (01 Apr 13)
Here are some links to articles and blogs that I found insightful and worth sharing today: "“You can’t legislate morality” has become a common turn off phrase. The truth, however, is that every law and regulation that is proposed, passed, and enforced has inherent in it some idea of the good that it seeks to … Continue reading Blog Break (21 Jan 13)