My Teachers . . .

True to the idea that we sit on the shoulder's of those who've gone before us, this Tanzanian proverb captures the sentiments of this post: "Kama ukikataa la mkubwa, utatembea kutwa nzima." (Translated from Ngoreme) It basically holds the idea that if one fails to hear the elders (although they are just as human), one…

My Personal Story

Childhood I was born in a small town in Nakuru, which is a town in Rift Valley, Kenya. Needless to say, I made my debut to the world two weeks before the due date - I guess this curiosity goes with me way back. We lived in upper hill for sometime before moving to Eastlands,…

Apologetics 102: The Why – Purpose

I was attracted to a Facebook post on my timeline by a friend who had made a comment concerning the rising issue of prosperity gospel generally in the world, and particularly, in Africa.[1] In his comment section, he made the case that Christian bloggers should pursue apologetics and polemics for the sake of the body of…

Apologetics 101: The What – Introduction

I was attracted to a Facebook post on my timeline by a friend who had made a comment concerning the rising issue of prosperity gospel generally in the world, and particularly, in Africa.[1] In his comment section, he made the case that Christian bloggers should pursue apologetics and polemics for the sake of the body of…