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10 May 2021
Life's experiences, Relationships

6 Ways To Be a Better Friend

“Friendship is the greatest of worldly goods. Certainly to me, it is the chief happiness of life.” If we want to experience this happiness that Lewis describes, we need to pursue deep friendships…

Current Affairs, Guest Posts

What Happens to Pastors Who Get Disqualified From Ministry?

Sin is no respecter of persons, parishes, or denominations. It is no respecter of orthodoxy or moral conservatism. We are all prone to it, and our church leaders are no less susceptible. Yet, how different churches handle cases of pastoral sin is often shaped by their theological and traditional convictions…

Doctrine & Theology, Guest Posts

Guest Post: The Dead You

Wilson Murigi has been a friend since campus days. As you may notice from his pieces, he is passionate about truth and is keen on people believing and practicing sound doctrine. He is a recurrent writer on this blog. His previous articles are Adoption –…

Current Affairs, Reflections

A New Year’s Charge; Consider the Great Works of God and Give Thanks!

Happy new year! If you are like me, new beginnings birth new hopes in my heart. The year 2021 is no different. Yet, the new hope may dim when we consider the realities around us, the fact that 2021 is awfully similar to 2020.  Last…

Doctrine & Theology, Guest Posts, Sermon series

Blog 5: I am Content with Suffering

The word Paul uses for “content” in this verse is the exact same word that is used in the three gospels when Jesus comes up out of the waters at His baptism and the voice of the Father is heard from heaven saying:
“This is my beloved son, with whom I am well pleased.”

In fact, verse 10 of 2 Corinthians is the only place in the New Testament where this word is translated as “content.”

More than half of the 21 instances where the word is used are translated as being “pleased.”

Paul doesn’t just accept his sufferings, he’s pleased with them. He takes pleasure in them.

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Guest Posts, Life's experiences, Mental Illness

Guest Post: Living a Godly Life with Borderline Personality Disorder 

A psychiatrist diagnosed me with a major depressive disorder in October 2014, also known as clinical depression, after two agonizing years of living with it. In May 2015, I got diagnosed with borderline personality disorder (BPD). Now, I can honestly say that God, in His abundant mercy and infinite wisdom, has since lifted the darkest clouds of depression from above me. However…

Life's experiences, Mental Illness, Reflections

Guest Post: A Biblical Response to Mental Illness 

It is estimated that one in every ten people suffer from a common mental disorder. However, the number increases to 1 in every 4 people among sick people who seek routine hospital services. According to the recommendations of the mental health task force released on 7th July 2020, the government was urged to declare mental illness a National Emergency of epidemic proportions. But are mental illnesses that serious?

Guest Posts, Life's experiences

Guest Post: Suffering Well Through the Death of a Loved One 

After what seemed like an eternity of rigorous attempts to save her, the team of doctors, in a synchronized fashion, stopped and slowly stepped away from the bed. The head surgeon approached me and muttered the words “I am so sorry…” I can’t remember what he said after that. They called her time of death. My wife of seven years and mother of my four young children had just crossed the threshold from time to eternity.

Guest Posts, Life's experiences

Guest Post: The Waves of Grief 

“He did not make it.” These are the last words that I recall from that “meeting” at home on the afternoon of 16th February 2020. Something about that Sunday and having many people over had not felt right and it had suddenly become crushingly clear why. Unbeknownst to us, up until much later in the day, was the death of my elder brother in a road accident that morning. Four days after his 28th birthday!

Life's experiences, Reflections

Vengeance 

A couple of years ago, while on a trip to South Africa, I rewarded myself with a beautiful bag for the hard work I had put in that year. It was gorgeous!… So you can try to imagine my utter dismay when it mysteriously disappeared from my bedroom, and no one in our house claimed to have seen or taken it. I was devastated to say the least. Recently, I spotted a close relative … with the bag!