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The dialogue with Elsa Chyrum

“Has God deliberately blinded us, or is it that we are callous because we have seen too much suffering.” Elsa Chyrum  challenged the Eritrean community, “We can’t continue living our daily lives as if nothing is happening.” She said our first objective should be “to remove this regime and to institute a system that respects human rights.” 735 more words


Can we share like Jeremiah shared? (Jeremiah 37:6)

Today’s Readings: Jeremiah 37-39

It was then that the word of the Eternal came to Jeremiah the prophet, who faithfully delivered it to the king’s messengers.

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"No government can be long secure without a formidable opposition."

“No government can be long secure without a formidable opposition.”
- Benjamin Disraeli.

Thinking about this and also thinking about most of our African leaders and politicians, who see opposition as the arch enemy. 77 more words


Lavrov: Russia, US, EU, Ukraine agree on de-escalation roadmap

Russia, the US, the EU and Ukraine have adopted a joint document on the de-escalation of the Ukraine crisis, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said, after talks in Geneva. 152 more words


How to Deal With Opposition

I learnt a lot from the testimonies when I first came to the truth. The truth that we espouse is an unpopular truth.

Let us not feel that we have heavy trials to bear, severe conflicts to endure, in representing unpopular truth. 1,931 more words

Prayer Meeting Sermonettes


First it was “stop him @ NASS. Don’t let that his yeye budget go through. Even if it betters the people’s lot”.

Then “he instituted BH. 100 more words


Dozens of Ukrainian troops surrender APCs, withdraw from Slavyansk

Reports from Slavyansk say that the army troops sent to the eastern Ukrainian city for an “anti-terrorist operation” are leaving en masse. Some troops are openly voicing support for the eastern Ukrainians, while others are speaking out against a war.According to Interfax, citing local self-defense activists, some 300 Ukrainian troops agreed to lay down their weapons and  69 more words