Thought Leaders Series: 2019 The issue with religious folks (all faiths) lies in their understanding and interpretation of ‘reality’. For religious folks reality is subjective, therefore events and history is subjective. In other words reality is seen only through the theological or doctrinal tenets of their ‘sacred text’. The issue here is that these sacred … Continue reading Fixed mindset v Growth mindset
In collaboration with TED, we will be delivering workshops on researching, communications, and public speaking skills; for young people between the ages of 11-18. 2nd Sept to 25th Nov 2018 13 workshops, from 3pm – 4:30pm on Sundays Malcolm is a great example of a change-maker: he saw a problem and created a solution. In … Continue reading Healingsprings fellowship TED-Ed Club
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 … Continue reading This pain will not kill us, it is building us.
Thought Leaders Series: 2018 The artist popularly known as Madonna released a hit single in 1983, entitled Holiday. Like all magical stories, Holiday had been turned down by singers Phyllis Hyman and Mary Wilson, formerly of The Supremes. In similar vein with the vision of the Olympics and FIFA World Cup, this song calls for … Continue reading Holiday – Holy Day
From Order to Chaos The love and affection shown to Moses by the royal household in Egypt was not strong enough to lure him away from his roots. All the wealth and influence he accrued could not take his heart away from the pain and suffering of his people. In fact, he willingly exchanged it … Continue reading This Sunday at Healingsprings fellowship
Thought Leaders Series: 2018 The Lord said to Joshua, “Today I have rolled away from you the disgrace of Egypt.” And so that place is called Gilgal [shame or reproach] to this day. While the Israelites were camped in Gilgal they kept the passover in the evening on the fourteenth day of the month in … Continue reading From Gilgal to Jericho: from aid dependency to self-sufficiency (Joshua 5:9-12)
Thought Leaders Series: 2018 In their telling of their creation myth, the redactors of the Old Testament, take us on a journey from the book of Genesis, where Yahweh brings order into a chaotic world, to Exodus where Yahweh introduces chaos into the order, in his quest to deliver them from slavery, owing to his … Continue reading From Order to Chaos: a study on Exodus