Breaking the misperception and misunderstanding cycle

Breaking the misperception and misunderstanding cycle

As someone who was watching from the sides to witness the whole ordeal unveiling, it was clearer to me than to the three involved as to what was happening..

  • Faithful

    As I wait for you, maybe I’m made more faithful.

  • What a week in hospital taught me…

    It was totally unplanned of course. I guess that’s true for many people unless you are undergoing elective surgery.

  • When enough is too much

    I woke up recently one morning to see the following post from a friend. I share it with their permission unedited.

  • 10 Years: Testimonies of God’s faithfulness

    My husband and I will celebrate ten years of marriage later this year. Our anniversary has always been a time to reflect, celebrate and remember the goodness of God in bringing us together, and growing us together.

  • Corrections Purgatory Holy Saturday

    In my previous article I made a few mistakes. I got called out on them, so corrections are needed. Correction One.

  • Evolution in a Quandary over Cave Paintings

    Three different sets of ancient cave paintings have continued to throw the theory of evolution on its head.

  • Look Again: Transfiguration for Today

    One of my persistent challenges to the contemporary Church, at least in its Westernised forms, is its miniaturised perspective on Jesus.

  • Fret free finances

    In Matthew chapter 6 Jesus spoke extensively about the believer’s right attitude toward money.  In Jesus’ time, like today, many religious people were wildly covetous, inwardly, while appearing to be totally pious outwardly. This resulted in the systemic failure of the nation Israel to be blessed and a blessing.

  • Life is like a box of chocolates

    Chances are if you say this outloud, those around you will finish it off with “you never know what you’re gonna get.” The quote is taken from the Oscar winning 1994 film “Forrest Gump”.

  • Making Disciples Who Make Disciples

    In the Gospel of Matthew, Chapter 28, Verses 19-20, we find the essence of the Christian mission encapsulated in what is commonly known as the Great Commission. Jesus, after His resurrection, imparts a profound mandate to His disciples, instructing them to go and "make disciples of all nations."

  • When Politics and Theology collide?

    “It’s time you let your theology inform your politics not the other way around,”