Articles


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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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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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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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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21
Jan 2017
THE SILENT TEARS

The life of God’s sons is peculiar and He puts on their way a variety of things to handle and among them is, AWAITED GLORY. In fact the Bible tells us that the creation is groaning awaiting the revelation of the Sons of God and on the other hand these sons as Paul said, they groan each day not that they be unclothed but that they be further clothed. It is in the nature of God to pre-empt or to shed some light about the future to His People so that He......

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04
Oct 2016
PURSUING AND UNLOCKING ONE’S POTENTIAL.

    The desire of every person is to become better each day through maximizing their potential. This however, doesn’t just happen without pursuing and unlocking the potential within us. Apparently, most people don’t know that becoming your best self is part attitude and part strategy. Attitude comes from within and it constitutes, in this context, a positive or negative feeling or way of thinking of your potential. Having a positive attitude in the potential means radiating the right energy in the pursuit of the same. Strategizing on how to pursue and......

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16
Oct 2015
BE STRONG AND COURAGEOUS by Kosiom Nkocho

Have you not known? Have you not heard? The LORD is the everlasting God, the Creator of the ends of the earth. He does not faint or grow weary; his understanding is unsearchable. He gives power to the faint, and to him who has no might he increases strength. Even youths shall faint and be weary, and young men shall fall exhausted; but they who wait for the LORD shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings like eagles; they shall run and not be weary; they shall walk and......

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14
Oct 2015
MARK OF SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION By Naphtali Gakeri

Where do you want to be when you give up? I thought he was teasing until I realized that we have often undergone such a social transformation that leaves us agonizing the state of our faith and believe in God, even at such an opportune time of grace as this. The journey of our agony starts from the very pseudo-belief of the postmodern concept of Christian life; tending to celebrate any rational idea as long as that is what seems a right to us, referred in Romans 1, to an extent that......

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07
Oct 2015
WHAT NEXT AFTER MARSABIT? BY SHARLEEN KIPTURU

The land was bare, except for few shrubs scattered here and there. It was ridiculously flat, that you saw the end, literally. There was no hill to cover the sight. I wondered where people lived. Later when we visited the manyatta, I realized that their houses camouflaged the surrounding such that you could not spot them from a distance. It was not the roofing sheet that helped you spot a house. There was nothing. Everything was not normal. Women walked bare-chested with changa that decorated their heads and necks and shoulders. Small......

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01
Oct 2015
A CRY FOR MENTORSHIP by Seth Jaoko

Who will take me by my hands and guide me? I am walking to an unknown place without a compass direction and I have stayed for a long time without interacting with geography of any form. I am clueless about life and what it holds. I am struggling in darkness to reach light I cannot see. Whatever am doing right now is so dull,it cannot even produce sparks of light to help me see and get to know a glimpse of what I should be doing. It’s been long and I still......

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23
Jul 2015
A HELPING HAND?  By Mwania Mutungi

As I was walking to town to get myself some lunch some day in town, I met an elderly man who tried to stop me. “Kijana, ebu simama kidogo” (Young man, can you spare me a moment?) Immediately, thoughts were racing in my mind. “What does this man want from me? Is he going to ask for money, fare, Lunch…? What now does he want from me?” I am not offering any present for correctly guessing what I did. You are right. I went past him as if it were none of......

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13
Jul 2015
WHO AM I? By James Serengia

If there is a crucial question an average person has never really answered, is the question “who am I?” Statistics have it that billions of people around the world go through life without knowing who they really are. The few who tries to confront the question occasionally use the wrong approach, missing the whole point. We talk of a tragedy!? This is a tragedy and a crisis combined! “Well, who am I then?” No doubt this question is bombarding you mind. Probably you’re asking yourself, “Am I what I do: a security......

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01
Jul 2015
Till I entered the sanctuary of God… By Issa Gachanja

My first day in MCCU was during orientation 2012. I was a time bomb waiting to explode. New in campus, excited for the city and raw from the village, perfect ingredients to take on anything. But it was until I entered the sanctuary of God that I understood several things that have shaped my life through campus. It was until I met MCCU that I understood what it meant not only to be a man but to be a CALEB, because as I will submit it later, man is for under the......

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