Monthly Archives: October 2014

Healing rally at the CCC

There’s a healing rally going on at the Calvary Convention Centre (CCC), organised by the Church Growth International 2014 conference. Two reputable preachers, Dr Dag Heward Mills and Dr Richard Roberts, who have very long and demonstrative and effective ministries … Continue reading

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Faith gives us a choice

Sometimes, the solutions to our problems are right before us but we can’t see them or, if we can, we are unable to do anything about it because we think we can’t or that we have no other choice. As … Continue reading

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The reason for my sayings!

So, why do I say what I say? There is a reason. And, it isn’t to settle a score and get even. It isn’t to point out everyone’s shortcomings because I am fully aware that I have my own faults and, perhaps, … Continue reading

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Why people leave a good thing

Last Sunday I went to hear my senior pastor preach. I have new priorities now and hadn’t heard him for awhile. For a change, I decided to hear him again after a long time. By the way — just in … Continue reading

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The Pilgrim’s Progress for all times

I have finally finished reading the Pilgrim’s Progress by John Bunyan (1628-1688). It is not the kind of book I normally read, but, since it is regarded as one of the classics of Christian literature, I thought I should read … Continue reading

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