Happy Sunday folks!
I trust you have been a hospitable host today to friends and visitors. Your hospitality especially on a Sunday could be a good start for a great week ahead. When people break bread together, or enjoy recreation or entertainment, they often grow to understand and appreciate each other better. Better working relationships and more effective communication are often fruits of hospitality.
Let’s reflect on a certain story… Continue reading
A pastor who tried replicating the Biblical story of Jesus Christ walking on water has been eaten by crocodiles.
The pastor, identified as Jonathan Mthethwa, of the Saint of the Last Days Church, tried the demonstration at a river known as Crocodile River. Continue reading
The social and psychological environment of mankind denote the same. This is because every process of human thinking begins from the mind and then manifest into the society. No wonder the holy book says ‘out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaketh’ (Mat.12:34), and ‘as a man thinketh so he is’ (Pro.23:7). Continue reading
Allow me tell you this short story.
Once upon a time, during my university days, I had a neighbour who called himself a pastor but never acted as one. Few days after I moved in, my closest neighbour was arrested and the first person who informed me was this pastor. Continue reading
Hello! I will start off this piece of mine by saying Happy Easter to you. It’s not just another Sunday for me. It’s a day I celebrate Christ in my life. Do you celebrate Christ this Easter? If so then why do you? To me, today has more importance than any other celebration, which is what this short piece is all about. Continue reading
It is the final day of lent, of Holy Week, and of the Easter Triduum, the three days (Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and Holy Saturday) immediately preceding Easter, during which Christians commemorate the Passion and Death of Jesus Christ and prepare for His Resurrection. Continue reading
When Easter rolls round each year we tend to focus on the wondrous miracle of Christ’s resurrection. The surest historical evidence upon which faith is drawn is the empty tomb. His resurrection also proves He is the son of God and death could not him captive. Continue reading