Caring And Sharing

  The early church was started on the foundation of persecution. After the day of Pentecost, the gospel spread like fire. Acts 2 events of fellowship and sharing were as a result of converted hearts filled with the overflow of the Holy Spirit. This new fellowship was not simply human companionship but the unique sharing[…]


I greet you all in the name of Our Lord Jesus Christ! Welcome to Children’s Sunday! Our topic for this Sunday is ‘Caring for the body of Christ.’ The church of Christ in the world has been commissioned by God to impact society. It’s mandate among others include; taking care of God’s people. The Church,[…]

This is compassion month and our focus is on caring for others’ physically, emotionally, socially and spiritually. We take responsibility as a congregation to minister in different ways to those in need. Today we take a different dimension of ministering to those that need to be restored to spiritual health and wholeness. Lack of repentance[…]


This is our compassion month where we are compelled to walk with those in pain or suffering. We identify with the hungry, the sick, the elderly, the weak and those who are desperate especially with chronic illnesses, stress and depression. When we talk about a caring Jesus, we are faced with the question, how could[…]

As we crown up the month of giving as Mission, the Lord is inviting us to test him by our obedience, (Mal. 3:10) he says through the Prophet Malachi, ”Bring all the tithes into the storehouse, that there may be food in my house, and test me if I will not open for you the[…]


The tithe was an offering in the Old testament of one’s agricultural income to the Lord as an expression of thanks and dedication (Leviticus 27:30-34). It is holy and set apart as belonging to God. A tithe is a trust that establishes a relationship between the giver and God. It shows that we are good[…]

Living at the altar (Roman 12:1)

Today marks the beginning of the Alabaster Conference. This is a time where women offer themselves to the Lord for who they are seeking mercy and acceptance despite the brokenness in both the physical and spiritual. The topic “living at the altar” refers to a constant dedication of the living as opposed to what was[…]

The celebration of the Mission Week comes to the climax with the great story of Women as the pioneer Evangelists and Missionaries. What started as a mustard seed 2000 years ago is a great story of men and women in Mission. Women have thrived in the midst of oppression, intimidation, suppression, humiliation and tears to[…]

As I mentioned last Sunday one of the images that describe the sinfulness of Israel was “hot oven.” In the first seven verses this is repeated 3 times signifying how serious it was and therefore requires our attention. This imagery means that their adulterous and idolatrous lust was inflamed as an oven of a baker.[…]

The message of Hosea depicts a merciful God intentionally loving a sinful nation. God demonstrated his love by asking Hosea to love an adulterous wife. The children of Israel had abandoned God for idolatry which caused God to pronounce judgment against them. However his judgment was interwoven with mercy. Wealth and prosperity lured Israel into[…]