Stop to think about your Church membership
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Stop to think about your Church membership

How many churches will you go to before Jesus return and what are you looking for that’s not found in the others? Is your last church the problem or YOU? No matter how terrible your natural family are, you still see them as your family. Ladies and gentlemen, there is no perfect local Church. If you...

An Open Letter to Parents from a Mother
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An Open Letter to Parents from a Mother

Dear Sir/Ma, It is with gladness of heart and at the same time with serious concern that I write you today. To all fathers who are there for their children, I am grateful and thank you. Thank you mothers too, those who are there to nurture their children especially the tenderness of the heart of...

The Love of A Mother
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The Love of A Mother

[column width=”1/1″ last=”true” title=”” title_type=”single” animation=”none” implicit=”true”] I begin with a ‘Mother’s Day’ poem written in the early 1900’s M  –  Is for the many things she gave me O  –  means only that she is getting older T  –  is for the tears she shed to save me H  –  is for the heart...

Who is my neighbour
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Who is my neighbour

“But he wanted to justify himself, so he asked Jesus, “And who is my neighbor?”. Luke 10:29 (NIV) Jesus gave a great example in the parable of the Good Samaritan of exactly who are our neighbour is. It’s a question that I have been contemplating and asked myself over the last month as I travel...

The Family Project – Part 2
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The Family Project – Part 2

In my last article I finished mentioning Acts 4:32 and commented that “We are family, we are one.” I began to think and picture how the church looked in Acts 4 – meeting in different houses, sharing with one another and walking in one accord, but I remembered one thing, they too were humans they...

The Family Project – Part 1.
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The Family Project – Part 1.

In school I loved projects, whether it was science, history or geography; I was intrigued by the idea of drawing information from different sources and outlets and putting it all together to produce a grandmaster piece. Just like when a horologist is finished with his great design (by the way a horologist is just a...