The day democracy was tested

The day democracy was tested

Barely a full week into the new year and 2021 was already trying to compete with 2020. On January 6th the unthinkable happened. The US Capitol building was attacked by its own citizens..

  • The Church is dying (and why I am happy about it)

    In the West, Christianity by all metrics is declining. This is not new information. This has been the case for a long time and only somehow it seems that most are waking up to this fact. 

  • When consumerism meets Christianity

    Don’t you just hate it when you receive bad service? Whether it was at a restaurant or a retail store, when the staff whom you interact with is either disrespectful or being dreadful, it really diminishes your shopping experience and it might even ruin your day!

  • It’s in the shadow

    A beautiful day with clear blue skies, sun shining brightly without a breeze. As I was running, I began to relate my spiritual journey to what I was seeing and experiencing.

  • The Gateway to Worship

    We all dedicate our lives to worship. Regardless of our professed spirituality, or lack of, our behaviours point to our object of worship.

  • Tired of Church

    Tired of church? Don’t go. Watch online, hang out with some Christian friends, watch a YouTube sermon. These three options have always been present to us as an alternative to in-person church attendance.

  • Prophecy and Property

    “Woe to you who add house to house and join field to field till no space is left and you live alone in the land.” (Isaiah chapter 5, verse 8).

  • Gold-mining and honey-drinking

    Just like a lot of other Christians, one of my new year resolution is to read the Bible back to front.

  • 2021 can be different: Here’s how

    Each annual turn of clocks and calendars to 12:00am on 1st January can feel like a fresh start, a new opportunity for many people.

  • God’s plan for financial success in the New Year

    Happy New Year everyone! Since this is a perfect time to discuss New Year’s Resolutions, I thought I would share a great resolution that was the basis of our last sermon for the year two weeks back!

  • The hall came tumbling down

    Our old church hall had been standing in place for close to 100 years. Once a place of honour, now it sat abandoned and dilapidated, a faded echo of its vibrant past. There were rumours that the only thing holding the hall together were the termites holding hands.

  • I choose this… or that; still God chose

    Choices aren’t easy. I, for one, am not good at making decisions. To choose this or to choose that? There are pros of both choices and cons of both choices. What then should be our guideline for choosing?