Thankfulness Triggered by Disappointments

Once you go through the disappointment of missing out on an opportunity, reflect on what God is doing in your life. Do not allow pain to bury you. Instead get ready for what God will bring your way. Being left out can eventually be a blessing in disguise.… Read More Thankfulness Triggered by Disappointments

Developing Leaders

Developing leaders is not: 1. Surrounding yourself with sycophants – people who sing your praises 2. Surrounding yourself with yes-people – people who never question you 3. Surrounding yourself with weak-willed people – those who fear you 4. Surrounding yourself with ego boosters – people who just make you feel good 5. Surrounding yourself with… Read More Developing Leaders

Listen to Him

ICC BURUBURU 03.04.2022 He’s concerned about You Matthew 16:13-17 13 When Jesus came to the region of Caesarea Philippi, he asked his disciples, “Who do people say the Son of Man is?” 14 They replied, “Some say John the Baptist; others say Elijah; and still others, Jeremiah or one of the prophets.” 15 “But what about you?” he… Read More Listen to Him

King of All

King of all/Everyone’s King ICC Buruburu December 12, 2021 As we get into Christmas festivities, decorations and family gatherings. We need to remember that Jesus is the reason for the season. Prophecy about the birth of the Messiah or Savior was long anticipated.  It had been proclaimed over generations. The Jewish nation of Israel lived… Read More King of All

Romans 13 and 14

Relationship with the State – Romans 13:1-7 In Romans 12 Paul has developed our four basic Christian relationships, namely to God (1–2), to ourselves (3–8), to one another (9–16) and to our enemies (17–21). (In Romans 13:1-7) he develops one on relationship with the state-conscientious citizenship) Stott (2001) says, Relations between church and state have… Read More Romans 13 and 14