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Book Review: "Rise", by Trip Lee

“The world tells us that our early years are to be irresponsibly enjoyed rather than devoted to meaningful pursuits. We’re told that responsibility and commitment are burdens to be put off as long as possible. 2,410 more words

God

Taking Stock #2

Photography: Eustace Maina

Venue: dusitD2 Nairobi

Loving: my new state as a graduate and/or a JKUAT Alumnus. Kindly allow me to attempt to explain this feeling. 463 more words

Lifestyle

Flash Out Saturday

Hello! Been a minute, huh? Naaah.. it’s been two weeks. I’m really sorry about that though.

The rains and cold weather have not been easy on anyone, but in it all we bless the Lord for the gift of health and recovery for those who’ve been under the weather like I have. 436 more words

Fashion

Aaron Earls - 5 Reasons Church Leaders Should Pay Attention To Christian Hip-Hop

Imagine trying to be a missionary in another country without even attempting to learn the language. Any explanations of the gospel would be useless. Your listeners would have no idea what you are saying. 901 more words

Lecrae

5 AWESOME ALBUMS YOU CAN USE FOR YOUTH AND TEENS MINISTRY

Can I play these songs for my students? Can I play these songs for teenagers? Is it fun? Is the album spiritually solid? How will it edify them spiritually? 500 more words

Featured News

About Christians and The Issue of Music

Conflicts over music is not a present-day struggle among Christians of today. From time immemorial, the church has been divisive over the issue of choice of music. 1,966 more words

Christianity

Urban Black Culture and The Gospel

Today’s video is brought to you by the Gospel Coalition and features artists Lecrae and Trip Lee (and another gentlemen named Pastor Emase) discussing urban black culture and the gospel. 6 more words

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