Holiday – Holy Day

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 …

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Leadership, and the challenges of our time

Thought Leaders Series: 2018 Seldom do we see leaders stepping up at a time of adversity as we see with the Elders at a time that can be best described as their worst crisis. Amidst the destruction of the Temple (the place they met with Yahweh), destruction of their institutions; power vacuum leading to political …

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Today @ Healingsprings fellowship

Today we build upon the success of our first seminar last week, in our study of the Old Testament, in particular, the biblical figure, Moses. In previous weeks, we established that unlike traditional doctrine that the Old Testament was written by Moses, it was in fact written retrospectively. Perhaps most importantly that it was written …

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Moses

Thought Leaders Series: 2018 The key principle the Elders were trying to convey in their redaction of the oppression and deliverance of the Israelites from Egypt is centred around identity and nationhood. Moses was primarily concerned about the welfare, safety and security of his people; even though in the long run other slaves benefited from …

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Today @ Healingsprings fellowship

Women are most times portrayed negatively in the Old Testament. Eve, Delilah, and Jezebel; come to mind. As we celebrate women, we need to understand that some of the big challenges women are facing today stems from the Judeo Christian heritage of Europe. To this end if we are really serious about gender empowerment or …

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