On how the Christian faith influences the world

My conversation with my Christian brother continues here... The tone of my response sounds formal because of the nature and manner of our correspondence. Usually, I prefer a more approachable, friendlier, and open tone but that wasn't the case this time. I hope you get the gist of the post.   Here we go In … Continue reading On how the Christian faith influences the world

God’s barak over you in 2020.

For some years now, I’ve developed a habit of reading through the whole bible. I formed this habit out of the rediscovery of the gospel of grace. I heard these words from several people, that “the bible is all about Jesus”, and these words ignited a desire in me to read this ancient text to … Continue reading God’s barak over you in 2020.

Books I’ve enjoyed reading in 2019

Hi everyone, It's been a while since my last post. Been busy moving house. I'm only catching my breath now. They say moving house is the next most stressful thing after a family member dying. I always thought the former was a joke until it happened. What a stressful time it has been. The moving … Continue reading Books I’ve enjoyed reading in 2019

Echoes of grace in the Springboks Rugby World Cup Win

5 min read South Africa’s national rugby team known as the Springboks or the Boks arrived from Japan with the Webb Ellis Cup. They defeated the English Roses with an emphatic 32-12 win. They made history. Siya Kolisi was the first black captain of the team. This was a momentous achievement. You need to live … Continue reading Echoes of grace in the Springboks Rugby World Cup Win

Have no doubt

5 min read There are no Bible verses that have suffered more at the hands of charismatic preachers than these I’m about to share with you. There are many of them but these rank as the worst. These Bible verses are a staple among charismatic Christians—a movement I belong to and cherish. The misinterpretation and … Continue reading Have no doubt

A mother and her two sons

6 min read Then the mother of James and John, the sons of Zebedee, came to Jesus with her sons. She knelt respectfully to ask a favor. “What is your request?” he asked. She replied, “In your Kingdom, please let my two sons sit in places of honor next to you, one on your right … Continue reading A mother and her two sons

Great Jehovah by Travis Greene

5 min listen This song "Great Jehovah" is from the yet to be released album titled Broken Record by Travis Greene. The album is set to be released on October 11, 2019. You can buy the song on Apple Music. Go get it. This is a grace-full song. Travis Greene makes much of grace. Yes. https://youtu.be/z9rItpPx534 Before … Continue reading Great Jehovah by Travis Greene

Don’t Take It from Me: Reasons You Should Not Marry an Unbeliever by Kathy Keller

3 min read This is a short post by Kathy Keller, the wife to Timothy Keller, founders of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan, New York.  Kathy writes a straight to the point poignant post about the challenges faced by two people of different faiths. In this case, Christian single people seriously considering getting married to … Continue reading Don’t Take It from Me: Reasons You Should Not Marry an Unbeliever by Kathy Keller

9th lesson learned​ in our 8th year of marriage.

6 min read Last year, as Jenny and I celebrated our 7th year anniversary, I wrote on the 8 lessons we’d learned in our marriage. These are tough humbling lessons we’ve learned by observation and experience. You can read last year’s post here. In keeping with this tradition, this is what we’ve learned in our 8th … Continue reading 9th lesson learned​ in our 8th year of marriage.

The poor blind guy

6 min read Mark and Luke wrote this fascinating narrative about three men who came to Jesus and the different responses Jesus gave to each one of them. These writers, through these real-life stories, share with us who gets to experience God’s grace—God’s unconditional love.   In two previous posts, here and here, I wrote … Continue reading The poor blind guy