Ministration

Pastors are people too: Why pastoring is difficult

Pastors are people too. They are human beings. Things can cheer them up, daunt them, break them, discourage them, weaken them, hurt them, and make them cry too. Ministry affects them, drains them, exhausts their family, drains their family’s resources, divides their attention between family and church, and is a constant immovable burden soldered on… Continue reading Pastors are people too: Why pastoring is difficult

The imaginary world of internet
Lifestyle

Mirror mirror on the wall, when did you become a liar? Part 2

With social media, you only get to see what is presented, not all there is (Image from here) I have learned that your integrity is questionable. When I knew you, you appeared to me as an incredible truth meter, little did I know you were designed by your makers to deceive the masses. You're the… Continue reading Mirror mirror on the wall, when did you become a liar? Part 2

Practical living, Reflections

Mirror mirror on the wall, when did you become a liar?

Mirror, mirror on the wall, I don't even have the guts to ask who is fairest of them all, I don't care who is the most beautiful, I can see what is staring at me, it is definitely not beautiful. They call me blessed, I don’t feel so blessed. They call me beautiful; I am… Continue reading Mirror mirror on the wall, when did you become a liar?

Lifestyle

For mgeni: our growth heritage

If you come from a place like where I come from, then you might have been socialized to think “mgeni” is more special than anyone in the house. There were those plates preserved for the visitor; alone. There were cups too, porcelain ones to be exact; and nice-looking too, at least by the standard of… Continue reading For mgeni: our growth heritage

Doctrinal Reflections, Ministration

The Scattered Persecuted church: what happened to the missional church?

We live in a day where the church has become so much ineffective, so irrelevant, and nominal that she can be described as one big house with a cross at the top, which is closed on Sunday and opened the following Sunday... just think how you would answer these questions if someone were to ask,… Continue reading The Scattered Persecuted church: what happened to the missional church?

Philosophy bay

Mind your life, leave mine alone

In the previous posts, we established that it is incredibly easy to grow believing in the wrong things. The main reason includes, as human beings, we are easy to deceive, we easily believe lies especially when they suit us. We also believe wrong things if it is all we have ever known. This implies that,… Continue reading Mind your life, leave mine alone