When the president invited Joyce to his office, she had no idea why he had summoned her. She was a responsible young lady who respected that big office. She was not a civil servant and was surprised that the president would call her to the office. Her husband however, was well known to the president.… Read More Ethical Leadership
Think positive for your life aligns with your thoughts Think big for most limits are self-inflicted Think abundance for there’s enough for everyone Think significance for life is more than success. Avoid excuses and do what you must Avoid complaining and wasting your energy and time Avoid passing blame to look nice and perfect Avoid… Read More This Life
What we must do I agree with Daily Nation editorial saying, “Clearly, we have a daunting socio-cultural and psychological challenge and our argument is that we have to think more deeply and seek practical solutions beyond issuing decrees.”There are those who think flooding the teens with contraceptives and abortion opportunities is the answer. On the… Read More Teenage Pregnancies – Part B
Where we are? The just concluded KCPE and the continuing KCSE examinations have revealed incidences of teen pregnancies that should be a concern to all. After listening and reading various responses, I thought of putting down some thoughts. To start with, below are excerpts on some of the incidences: “Some 13,624 pregnancies were reported in… Read More Teenage Pregnancies – Part A
Marriage is not: Marriage is not a business to see who brings the highest profits. Marriage is not a wrestling match to see who is stronger than the other. Marriage is not a club to see who brings more sign ups. Marriage is not a war to see who is more vicious. Marriage is not… Read More Marriage Thoughts
One of the prevailing trends is a view that some men uphold as their mantra. A view that every mature unmarried woman, a single mother, a separated or divorced woman, or a widow is desperately missing sex and is readily available for a fling. Such a view is also upheld by men who hit on… Read More Is That Really What She Wants?
ICC Imara October 28, 2018 Rev. Leo Kinuthia What comes into your mind when you hear of servanthood? Most of us rarely think of ourselves in that space. We imagine that servanthood refers to someone at our beck and call. Someone to take care of our needs while we sit and enjoy life. Servanthood is… Read More Way Up is Way Down…
URBAN MISSION CONFERENCE OCTOBER 24-26, 2018 RE-IMAGINING THE CHURCH IN THE SOCIETY ALL SAINTS CATHEDRAL OCTOBER 26, 2018 Introduction Bill Hybels said, “The local church is the hope of the world.” Perhaps looking at the challenges we face today, this appears to be a daunting task. Can the church really reclaim and make a positive… Read More THE ROLE OF THE CHURCH IN ENHANCING CHILDREN MINISTRIES IN THE CITY
Why I love long holidays Bonding time in travel, playing, watching movies, and hang outs Long evenings together since they don’t have to sleep early Deeper conversations out of the lengthened contact time More help in age appropriate domestic chores Time to learning new skills in the kitchen More time to mentor and coach More… Read More Home for 2 Months…Yes!
The facts today are: Our children are maturing faster – the bodies but not other faculties like psychological, emotional, and financial Family unit is not the traditional one. Due to many factors, we have homes where only one parent is available to take care of the children Professional demands are very high causing many kids… Read More Parenting