This pain will not kill us, it is building us.

Thought Leaders Series: 2018 Sadly, not many Africans understand that before the intervention from the West and Arabs, Africa had a thriving economy, high culture, backed by sophisticated religious and social institutions. For those of us who see everything West as superior, those who suffer from White Saviour Complex, those that believe that everything African …

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This Sunday @ Healingsprings fellowship

Like other nations of that era the Exile from The Promised Land, the destruction of The Temple; the captivity of the people was meant to be the end of the Jewish people. However it turned out to be their defining moment owing to the efforts of visionary leaders like Ezra, Nehemiah, and the company of …

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This Sunday @ Healingsprings fellowship! 

Prayer The psalmist wrote: "O you who answer prayer! To you all flesh shall come." - Ps 65:2. In the same vein Luke recalls a parable by Jesus about a corrupt judge and a helpless widow (Luke 18:1-8). What have these two passages got in common?  What are these writers trying to convey to their …

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The Words of Our Elders: Max Lucado

If you knew that only a few would care that you came, would you still come? If you knew that those you loved would laugh in your face, would you still care? If you knew that the tongues you made would mock you, the mouths you made would spit at you, the hands you made …

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The Words of Our Elders: R T Kendall

"Detached forgiveness—there is a reduction in negative feelings toward the offender, but no reconciliation takes place. Limited forgiveness—there is a reduction in negative feelings toward the offender, and the relationship is partially restored, though there is a decrease in the emotional intensity of the relationship. Full forgiveness—there is a total cessation of negative feelings toward …

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