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07
Nov 2017
Seeking Solitary Sanctuary

In the depths of still quietness, we are wont to hear that which is usually shouted down into the recesses of our minds by the noise that is become of our world today. Sifting through the labyrinth of filth piling up daily around us shall be that serene sound of godly counsel, reviving our spirits and minds, if we lie beside still waters. My experience has been pretty empowering. A choice I have made, to be reflective and quiet, has afforded me much time for “self”. A nostalgic exhilaration captures me in......

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24
Jul 2017
The Convenience Christianity

For generations since the death and the resurrection of our lord and savior Jesus Christ, many have come into saving faith. The truth of the gospel of salvation has brought many into a relationship with God. This birthing of evangelization and missionary work has been marred by persecution and sacrificial lives of men and women who treasured Christ more than life. However, with the establishment of buildings, which I am not opposed to, there has being increased comfort and luxury in many Christians. Making more of Christ was replaced with some convenience......

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18
Jul 2017
YOUTH AND POLITICS

July 2017, is one of the most expecting season full of anxiety and excitement in the political arena. The better portion of heat is associated with youth who makes the better part of the campaigning team. Furthermore, it is a point of time when the youth are the majority voters. The youth maximize the digital platforms to campaign for their desired candidates. The youth posses’ vigor and zealous energy that mostly if well articulated can be of positive impact to the current generation. However, the same platform can be used to incite......

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13
Jul 2017
DEALING WITH HABITUAL SIN

It is the nature of man, even the nature of a believer, to be easily entangled in sin. It happens so easily. And frankly, there are certain sins which more easily entangle each of us than other ones. It can be because we have in the past life cultivated habits of sin which now plague us even after our salvation. It could be because in our spiritual weakness even after becoming Christians we......

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08
Jul 2017
PRAYING IN THE SPIRIT

When you hear about praying in the Spirit, what comes in your mind? This subject of praying in the Spirit has attracted a lot of concern especially in our Christian Unions and a number of brethren and today, I prayed for God to give me some insight about it. Many of us think that praying in the Spirit is “constrained” to the gift of speaking in other tongues, today; I bring us an in-depth perspective. It’s praying “IN” Spirit, right? Let me begin with this conjunction “IN”, It can mean “by the means of,......

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21
Jun 2017
KWAHERI DADANGU CHANYA

Naanza kwa jina lake, mtukufu maulana Atupe rehema zake, atuongoze bayana Kila mtu ana yake, sikuye hawezi kana Kwaheri dadangu Chanya, pema mola akulaze Umeyatenda ni mengi, Agnesi hadi Loreto Chuoni pia kwa wingi, bila laiti majuto ‘Katupa furaha nyingi, yenye sifa ya uzito Kwaheri dadangu Chanya, pema mola akulaze Tabasamu yako tamu, kila mara hadi sasa Kicheko ja kilaamu, chenye sifa ya kisasa Maneno tamu hamamu, hekima bila siasa Kwaheri dadangu Chanya, pema mola akulaze Twakukumbukia wema, ulotenda ni kathiri Na mengi uliyosema, hatuwachi kukariri Mola akulaze pema, peponi akusitiri Kwaheri......

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07
Apr 2017
INTEGRITY; THE LITMUS TEST OF GOOD LEADERSHIP

Blue litmus paper turns red when it is exposed to an acidic substance. Whereas a red litmus paper turns blue under alkaline conditions. Does this sounds familiar? The scientific tests distinguishes acidic from alkaline substances. But in John N. N. Ng’ang’a’s book, Integrity The Litmus Test Of Good Leadership, he tells us that the true test that tells us the true stuff that a leader is made of is unmistakably the fruit of integrity.This is because a good tree cannot bear bad fruit nor a bad tree bear a good fruit. (Mat......

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01
Apr 2017
THE FACE OF GOD

I saw the face of God In the streets of Nairobi He had a big smile I could see the last Tooth What a smile that was! He was genuinely happy He said “thank you” I smiled back I forced that smile Because my heart sunk I couldn’t stop feeling Feeling that what I gave him Wasn’t worth all that appreciation I should’ve given more I should’ve given it all For that big smile The smile of God Maybe next time I’ll give more than that bread I’ll give him clothes and......

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01
Apr 2017
WORSHIP

                          A simple guide into  God’s throne room. The Worship session. Praise the Lord! Praise God in his sanctuary; praise him in his mighty heaven! 2 Praise him for his mighty works; – Psalm 150 (NLT)   Worship in prayer is dynamic and inexhaustible. I have come to learn from time that everybody has a worship path they follow when in prayer, usually distinct from last time.It’s what the psalmist calls a new song in the 33rd Psalm. It’s a particular direction ordered by the Holy Ghost and my endeavor is to try......

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15
Mar 2017
POETRY: VANITY OF THE WORLDLY THINGS

As he said vanity, so vain say I Oh! Vanity, o vain all under sky; Where is the man can say, Lo, I have found a brittle earth a consolation sound?   What isn’t in honor to be set high? No, the like beast and sons of men shall die, And while they live, how often do they turn their fate: He’s now a captive that was king of late. What isn’t in wealth great treasures to obtain?   No, that’s but labor, anxious care and pain; He heaps up riches, and......

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03
Mar 2017
The God who Keeps His Word

Issues of truth and trust are crucial in life. We rely heavily upon believing what people tell us. We have to trust what a doctor gives us when we are ill. We rely on the news we hear to be accurate. We hope our lecturers will feed us with the correct information. And these issues of truth are brought more sharply into focus as our society becomes increasingly skeptical of whether anyone is reliable with the truth. Innuendo follows innuendo as public figures fall from grace because off ill-judged words; successful prosecutions......

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21
Feb 2017
GOD’S SOVEREIGNTY

Have you ever noticed that it is in difficult times that you grow stronger? And that you can have peace even in the midst of difficult circumstances? That’s when you are being stretched. When God is developing your character. One of my favorite stories in church history is that of Horatio G. Spafford, a wealthy lawyer and business man who lived back in the 1800s. Spafford’s story is not the success story, however, that we seek nowadays. In fact, he encountered horrendous tragedies in his life. First, he lost his real estate......

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16
Feb 2017
How is a Leader in Christ?

Like a flock of sheep under the guidance of a shepherd, Are God’s people, a congregation- like a herd, Two or more together, requires one a leader, In spirituality and faithfulness, word of God; a reader, Steering the wheel informed with knowledge   Like Jeremiah; identified and chosen before birth, By the blood of Jesus, separated from God’s wrath, Like Joshua; guided by God’s command, Running purposefully, eyes fixed on the reward, Qualified before existence, filled with God’s spirit   Day in day out is faced with a fresh challenge, Like laborers......

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07
Feb 2017
Postal Mails

Please if you know any of the names outlined below inform him or her to pick their mails. For more information contact: 0708361797 Hellen Njeri Barangu Anne Nanyama Sabuni Griffin Chesi Asego Hiram /Amos/ Brian Stephen Ngunjiri Macharia George Manasseh Andayi Harrison Katana Menza Philemon Kiprono Kimaiyo Catherine W Kamau Anthony Karanja Ndungu...

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27
Jan 2017
A GLIMPSE OF 2007-2008 ELECTION VIOLENCE

2007-2008 right?  what comes in mind when someone mentions that year to you? I know it is still fresh in our minds as if it happened yesterday and simply because we still suffer from its effects up to date. Talk of homelessness, loss of loved ones, trauma, stigmatization, poverty, pain, injustice etc. 2007-2008 Kenyan crisis was a political, economic and humanitarian crisis as many as 1400 people died and another 180000-600000 displaced in the violence. 2007-2008 events rocked our country and we will forever clutch at our heart-strings. Never in a million......

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