I have been very encouraged by the feedback I have heard after our recent World Outreach Celebration (WOC). Many have commented on the excellent preaching and the timeliness of the messages delivered by our faithful brother, Ken Mbugua. Most who attended the meetings would testify
When my daughters were younger, sometimes they would feel fearful. Oftentimes it would occur at bedtime, or the fears would arise in the middle of the night. As they grew older and faced different challenges, they at times would continue to wrestle with feelings of
The last word of one of the darkest psalms is “darkness” (88:18 ESV). After detailing his crying out to God “day and night”(v. 1) for deliverance, the writer’s final line is, “You have caused my beloved and my friend to shun me; my companions have
We live in an age of perpetual offence. We are taught to be so wary of offending people that we tend to walk on eggshells around any topic that has the remotest possibility of being offensive. Christians, of course, are rightly wary of offending others.