My Date with Amazing Grace

When I first walked this journey of peaceI felt guilty and afraid because of my pastI was haunted by my thoughts and actionsA past I wanted to correct before too lateIt's then I found the embrace of amazing graceMine was the invitation, come to me all who are weary I never want to forget that … Continue reading My Date with Amazing Grace

Christian Ministry in a Post-Truth Era

The hardest war to fight is the one you don't know you are part of. It's when you are blamed for what you don't even know. When accusations are levelled and you are called names without knowing what you've done. For most Christians that's how it feels to live in this post-truth era, especially on … Continue reading Christian Ministry in a Post-Truth Era

Learning to Ride with God

When you learn to drive you also learn to bear with the agony of traveling with other drivers. There's always someone who'll think you are too slow, too careful and just not cut for the city. Another thinks you are too fast, too reckless and can't believe you passed the driving test. From the moment … Continue reading Learning to Ride with God

When Technology Harms Discipleship

Years ago before social media, televangelists and online ministries people would walk to a pastor's home for advice. If they didn't think it was such a serious matter they'd share with a friend or a few in the fellowship. But life has changed. We now live on one end of the city and go to … Continue reading When Technology Harms Discipleship

The Joy of Trusting Him

Little Amy holding dad I heard her first cry and it was beautifulI've never been happier hearing one cryThe agony and the tension was overcomeBy that beautiful and confused cryFinally she had arrived to make a home with us Strange how the waiting season vanishes so quicklyIn the middle of waiting it seems like foreverBut … Continue reading The Joy of Trusting Him

The Trap of Habitual Sin

We are living in times when scandal among Christian leaders is making headlines almost alongside politicians and celebrities. It's like we are just waiting for the next man of God to fall which is sad and ungodly. But perhaps we need to ask ourselves when our own scandal might befall us. You see as much … Continue reading The Trap of Habitual Sin

The Tragedy of Good Men

The power of the Gospel is clearly revealed when a man who lived an evil life turns around to follow Jesus. This is why we love apostle Paul's story. We love hearing those kinds of testimonies that say I was a completely different person before I met Jesus. I was a drunkard, a murderer, a … Continue reading The Tragedy of Good Men

Every Story needs Tension

We love stories that leave us wanting to read more. It's the suprises, the tension within and that desire to see how it'll all end up that keeps us following. If you forwarded the movie and opened the last chapter of the book you'd get the end but miss the experience. Every chapter counts in … Continue reading Every Story needs Tension

When a society goes to the dogs

It was disgusting to watch that incident at Forest road. The way that boda boda gang treated that lady goes against what's human, what's African and most importantly what's Christian. That men can result to sexual harassment in response to accidental wrong is unthinkable. The video alone is enough to leave you traumatized, imagine what's … Continue reading When a society goes to the dogs

Burn the old Bridge

If we keep looking over our past Imagining what would have beenWondering if we are missing outLonging for what this body cravesSoon we'll forget the chains of the old slave masterWe've got to burn that bridge so we never look back If we keep playing with the fireEntertaining that old man of sinFeeding him when … Continue reading Burn the old Bridge