In September 2016, Charles Chiriseri and his wife, Petunia, were on their way to Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, when they were in a horrific accident that took his life and severely injured his wife. Mr. Chiriseri was a well-known "apostle." While his body lay at the crash scene with people and first responders gathered around, the unthinkable… Continue reading Thieves die after stealing from dead church leader: curse or coincidence?
According to a new report by the United Bible Societies, 2014 most likely was a record-setting year for the number of new Bible translations in new languages. It was printed in 51 new languages covering 1.3 billion people. But it wasn't without it's challenges. Two challenges came in two African nations--Liberia and Nigeria. In Liberia,… Continue reading Despite logistics challenges, Bible translations had stellar year in 2014
That's what I was reminded of today when listening to "In the Market with Janet Parshall" on my local Moody Radio station while commuting home from work. Mrs. Parshall had Gregory Treat from Jubilee Campaign give an update on what was going on in northern Nigeria. Treat talked about their efforts to get the U.S.… Continue reading Don’t believe everything you see or hear in the news
The Bible is a wonderful book that shows the interactions among humans and God's interactions with man. Although the word of God highlights Israel as God's centerpiece of mankind, it also points out that God doesn't play favorites based on race or ethnicity, desiring that all men have a relationship with him. Many stories in the… Continue reading Black, but comely: positive impacts of Blacks in the Bible
When I say this, I'm talking only about the ones who use derogatory language to tear people down. Although I believe racism is inherent in this country because people pass their prejudices down from generation to generation like a cursed family heirloom, hip hop artists who promote the disrespectful thug mentality can be blamed for… Continue reading Secular hip hop artists are traitors
The story of how Noah's son Ham saw his father naked and Noah's curse which came as a result of the incident has for centuries been used to justify hatred for and oppression of black people. Unfortunately, even in some Christian circles today, people of European descent have held on to this concept and have passed it on to their… Continue reading The curse of Ham