Child Neglect in the Local Church

If you are a parent, you will know how thrilling and tiring having a newborn is. From the first moment you lay eyes on them, you are in awe of this new life. You do all you can to make sure the baby is safe and comfortable. The thought of leaving a newborn baby to… Continue reading

The World Needs Good Bread

By current church growth measures, Jesus was a failure. He had attracted a crowd of over 3,000. But with one message about the cross, His audience shrank to twelve. The disciples watched Jesus feed the multitudes and saw Him walk on water. Needless to say, they must have felt pretty good about choosing to follow… Continue reading

Technology Is Replacing the Church

Two and a half years later, we are finally getting back into the rhythm of face-to-face gatherings. Yet many still choose to participate virtually. Video conferencing, audio calls, text messaging and livestream were life-sustaining during the pandemic. In those limited circumstances, what we had was very good. Many even testified of the ‘harvest’ of new… Continue reading

Technology Is A Double Edged Sword

Is technology a snare or a catalyst to the church today? Technology has no doubt benefited the church greatly. This was especially evident during the pandemic years. We couldn’t go to church, but we could bring church to people. Without it, the lost would have been unimaginable. But there is still an apprehension about technology.… Continue reading

Teaching is the Most Important Ministry in the End Times

There is no denying that we are living in the end times. Wars, rumours of wars, diseases, natural disasters…they fill our news. These are only some of the signs that tell us that Jesus is coming back soon. One prevalent sign, though not reported about is rampant in our time. Matthew 24:3-5 Now as He… Continue reading

Who is the hardest person to lead?

Disciple-maker, this is question is for you. Who is the hardest person you ever had to lead? You are thinking of a name or seeing a face right now. The one who pushed your buttons, tested the extent we can love the unlovable…Don’t we all have those in our lives! But no, it’s not them.… Continue reading