I like church music. Really I do. But I have a problem, especially with worship leaders in our modern-day church. Their music is quite beautiful but it is a certain ideology they carry and propagate that I have an issue with.
A typical worship leader after being called to minister would take the altar (or podium as the case may be) and lead the people of God in songs of worship and praise. But before then, they close their eyes and say quite seriously, Continue reading
Our world today is now being dominated largely by things. Sleek, advanced, highly intelligent things. Things that control our lives. What we buy, who we meet, how we think, even the jobs we do. Things that we clutch tight and use both for gain and evil. Information Communication Technologies (ICTs), defined as any communication device or application, encompassing: radio, television, cellular phones, computer and network hardware and software, satellite systems and so on, as well as the various services and applications associated with them. Continue reading
The world is disturbed. There is a sickening rise of abnormality. One that is now conveniently labelled, “modernity”. And somehow we have allowed ourselves adapt to it and be talked into it. But the truth is, when you walk on your head, you cannot be expected to make sensible opinions. And the world is standing on its head especially with this rising trend. Continue reading
Life is short. Our life is a transient journey that all but fades completely after we’re gone. Like mist caught in a glass, fading out as the sun gently shines on it is human life.
Life is in phases – as the times of a day – morning, afternoon and evening, it gently breezes past us while we’re unaware of just how fast time runs; one phase imperceptibly rolling into another. Yet, the afternoon is when men work, because the night comes when no man can work. Continue reading
We are Young Hearts. We live to know Christ and will die to make him known. God has promised to cover the earth with the knowledge of His glory, and He will begin with us…one youth at a time.