Recommended Books on Apologetics in Africa
Apologetics Kenya is a ministry that was co-founded to equip believers in the African church and to engage skeptics through answering the big questions of life within a Christian worldview in the African context. We have been engaging in monthly fora since 2017 and have recorded some of our fora on our YouTube channel. One…
Youth Culture, Gospel and Mission
What should the church in Africa be ultimately concerned with? This is a question that consumes me. The reason is that I think because the Church is the Steward of the gospel, true transformation in the lives of Africans depends on it. Today, this exploration was deepened through a public lecture at the Hekima Institute…
Travelling Africa: Black Panther and Christian History in Africa
Lupita is a sister from another mother. Literally, we are from the same country. But aside from this overly-dramatic start to get you to read, her recent (yay to all the people like me who are late to the party!) movie reminded me why I love Africa. My wife, Jess, recently told me that I…
Great Christian Biographies – Augustine of Hippo
Dear reader, Just like you, I have been influenced by the stories of others. Listening to and telling good stories, especially about people, passes along encouragement and inspiration. That is what this series on Great Christian Biographies is all about. I hope you enjoy! You can read the previous installments of Charles Spurgeon and Kwame…
Great Christian Biographies – Kwame Bediako
Dear reader, Just like you, I have been influenced by the stories of others. Listening to and telling good stories, especially about people, passes along encouragement and inspiration. That is what this series on Great Christian Biographies is all about. I hope you enjoy! — Africa is rising. This is a narrative that can be…
Great Christian Biographies – Spurgeon
A series about Christian biographies that can inspire the modern day believer.
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…