Most Christians would not like to talk about it. However, in an age of information where every imaginable information is available at the click of a button, you might have come into contact with pornography in one shape or form in your life. The truth is that nudity is no longer a hushed subject in … Continue reading Six Things You Must Know About Pornography
Image: churchleaders.com Discipleship is simply the process of making a disciple. A disciple is defined as a learner; a follower of Christ who learns the doctrines of Scripture and the lifestyle they require; someone catechized with proper instruction from the Bible with its necessary follow-through (life-applications).1 Discipleship therefore requires we follow Christ's teachings as revealed in Scripture, obey it and teach others … Continue reading True Discipleship: A Call To Follow Christ
There are many ordinances and practices under the Old Testament Law for which we’ll often ask whether they are relevant or mandatory to the Christian or not? Tithing is one of such. Some modern day Christians remark that we have said goodbye to the law because we are under Grace. They take John 1:17 as … Continue reading To Tithe or Not To Tithe?
Flowers, candy, red hearts and romance. That's what Valentine's day is all about, right? Well, maybe not. The origin of this holiday for the expression of love really isn't romantic at all -- at least not in the traditional sense.¹ Unfortunately, yes, "flowers, candy, red hearts and romance" is what has become associated with Valentine's … Continue reading Love: The Reason For Today
You probably might have heard or read the story of Joseph. It is one that holds great lessons for God's people of all time. In Genesis 39:2-3, there is a quiet fascinating description of Joseph's relationship with his master: His master saw that the Lord was with him and that the Lord caused all that … Continue reading Joseph: An Example For Faithful Christian Living
Till date I find myself telling my non-Ghanaian friends that Ghana is a Christian nation. With seven out of ten people professing to be Christians, it is easy to slip into such a hasty conclusion. A typical Sunday in Ghana is one where the streets are empty, with more than 50% of the population in a church … Continue reading The Church Has Failed Ghana!