The Power of Stories in Shaping and Reshaping our Worldview

Thought Leaders Series: 2018 The primary reason why we hold on doctrinal problems is largely because of our Sunday school experience. For example, the idea of an angry God who requires the brutal death and blood of his incarnate son in order to reconcile with his creation is a major doctrine in Christian settings. Consequently, …

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Thought Leaders Series: 2017

Time is only a human invention. The 31st of December and 1st of January is an illusion. Unlike the concept of Jubilee in Judaism where the economic and social slates are wiped clean with a view to give everyone a fresh start, largely, 2018 is a continuum, hence a direct product of 2017. The present …

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The Words Of Our Elders: Lee Roberson (1909-2007)

"Nothing but encouragement can come to us as we dwell upon the faithful dealing of our Heavenly Father in centuries gone by. Faith in God has not saved people from hardships and trials, but it has enabled them to bear tribulations courageously and to emerge victoriously." ~ Lee Roberson The words of our elders, are …

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The Words Of Our Elders: Deborah Lapidoth (1200 BC-1124 BC)

6 “In the days of Shamgar, son of Anath, In the days of Jael, The highways were deserted, And the travelers walked along the byways. 7 Village life ceased, it ceased in Israel, Until I, Deborah, arose, Arose a mother in Israel. 8 They chose new gods; Then there was war in the gates; Not …

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