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…
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…
Guest Post: Wombs for Hire – A Christian Perspective
For years now, the Kenyan church has been on the front-line in the fight against legalizing abortion – a noble fight for human life, whose victory is far from being achieved. It is time, however, that other human-life conversations get the energy and resources that have gone into fighting the legalization of abortions. One such conversation is about assisted reproduction.
Guest Post: A Christian’s Perspective on COVID-19 Pandemic
“We are living in unprecedented times,” this is what I have heard the media describe the global pandemic that caught the world off guard. The Bible gives us a perspective that these times are not particularly unprecedented, perhaps only in light of what we call the postmodern world.
Pre-script: This article is a combination of efforts between Angie Huffstutler and I. Angie has been married to Dan for 20 years. They have three daughters – Karis (16), Faith (13), and Makayla (11). They have lived in East Africa for 10 years as missionaries….
Guest Post: Motherhood and COVID-19
On our guest post today we read the perspective of a mother dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. Karen Muiruri shares her experience as she follows the preventive precautions while trusting God who is ultimately able to protect us. “Don’t put that in your mouth!” I…
We live in a world of unending calamities. Natural disasters and pandemics are relentless in attacking our idyllic lives. This year we have been paralyzed by COVID-19. Before this, we experienced a locust invasion. As a result of the former, many have died and many will die. People are not even allowed the courtesy of burying their loved ones. Workers have been laid off. Farmers are experiencing great losses. A majority of our leaders are silent … We are not prepared for such eventualities.
Christ Our Portion and Inheritance
There is no better time in life to meditate upon the promise that Christ is our portion and inheritance. He is our all and those who have Him are rich, not by a worldly standard. COVID-19 has stripped us of most of our comforts. We…