Prayer is one of those important aspects that we are dwelling on this month. It is both a tool for our communion with God and an an opportunity for us to be trained in patience and righteousness. Sometimes the answers may not come within the time we expect but eventually they come based on our[…]

Provost’s Christmas Message 2023

Christmas greetings to you all in the name of our King and Savior Jesus Christ! We are all excited over Christmas holiday and end of year festivals. Yes, indeed there many reasons to celebrate the goodness of the lord but more importantly to celebrate the reason for the season-Jesus Christ. The birth of Jesus reminds us that God is[…]

For us to experience abundant blessings we are called to follow three important principles shared by Paul namely; to give generously, give willingly and give cheerfully. To give generously was a method of giving in the Old Testament despite the law of tithing. Through giving we offer ourselves in the service of Him who loved[…]

Serving God with Fear and Trembling means having a deep reverence for God. It means taking our relationship with Him as a number one priority…its all about trusting and depending on Him. Serving God with Fear and Trembling means Obeying God rather than Human Authority. Obedience means giving up your own will and allowing God’s[…]

Our God is a God of relationships; we worship but also fellowship with Him. In the creation story, before the fall of man, we see God fellowshipping with man in the Garden of Eden in a perfect relationship. Sin interfered with this relationship, but God’s desire to dwell among men did not end. God desires[…]

Jesus was criticized for welcoming sinners and eating with them. In response, Jesus tells three parables of the joy of finding the lost: a shepherd finds his sheep, a woman finds her coin. Today we look at the longest and most famous of the parables: The Parable of the Prodigal Son, or the Lost Son[…]


Compassion refers to kindness and sympathy. To understand it better is look at the root word in Latin ‘Compati’ meaning “suffer with.” Compassion means someone else’s heartbreak becomes your heartbreak. Another’s suffering becomes your suffering. True compassion changes the way we live to focus on the burden and pain of others. A Germany scholar Dietrich Bonheoffer[…]


As we celebrate Christian Women Day the main historic Character is Mary Magdalene. She was a prominent figure in the life and ministry of Jesus Christ. She is mentioned several times in the Gospels as a devoted follower of Jesus who was present at his crucifixion and burial. She is also believed to have been[…]

This whole week we have been talking about holistic redemption and we have been reminded that all that we are and have must submit to the Lordship of Christ Jesus. In Holistic stewardship we are specifically evaluating our role as custodians of all that God has entrusted to us to keep for him. We understand[…]

We welcome you all to the July Mission week. It is a moment of experiencing the love of Christ in its entirety. Our desire is to fulfill the mandate of raising believers who know Christ personally as Lord and savior and whose love for Christ permeates all areas of their lives. A holistic Christian is[…]