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Food and pharmaceutical industries systematically degrading ordinary people?

Why don’t we have Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) labels on food items in this day and age? With all the information that we know currently relative to GMOs and their degradation of health, it is concerning that there is not enough uproar to label foods on shelves at grocery stores with GMO tags. Over 90% […]

When storms of life strike without warning

In many ways, adversity is like a boot camp; it is rigorous, painful, and challenging. Difficulties cause us to adopt new routines and habits; to mature in physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual aspects of our being; and to grow in our relationship with the Lord. During times of trial, we need to remain courageous and faithful. […]

Death is a transition into new life for believers

  Have you ever wondered why Christians die? As God’s beloved children, we may wonder why we have to experience death. After all, if Jesus saved us and all our sins are forgiven, shouldn’t we then be able to avoid death—a consequence of sin? What we must understand is that death is not a punishment […]

Finding freedom amidst insecurity

I was sitting on a couch after my assignments and everything I had to do today; then I brooded over what a friend of mine told me on the phone earlier this morning. He said to me that he was worried that if Donald Trump becomes President of the United States, he will have to […]

Are you struggling with managing stress?

Stress is a killer we feel we can’t escape. Our days include distressing situations of all kinds. But my question to you today is, how do you handle stress? Many people try to escape their anxious feelings with medications, drugs, alcohol, sex, gambling, or anything that brings relief. But none are truly effective. The ultimate […]

Sowing a seed of faith

In the field of botany, there are two types of seeds—orthodox and unorthodox. What sets an orthodox seed apart is its ability to survive. Unorthodox seeds die when exposed to temperatures below 10 degrees Celsius, but orthodox seeds are able to survive droughts, glaciers, and the ravages of time—even 20 centuries, like Methuselah. Faith, too, […]

Never ever stop praying

Unceasing prayer is a way of life, not an occasional occurrence prompted by trouble or a quick addition at the end of the day. God wants us to focus our attention on Him consistently. In the book of 1 Thessalonians chapter 5 verses 17, Apostle Paul wrote to the believers in Thessalonica who were suffering […]

Burundi: can AU succeed where the UN has failed?

Burundi: can AU succeed where the UN has failed?

Following the failure of all efforts to bring stakeholders in in the Burundian crisis back to the negotiating table in bid to find a lasting solution to the devastating conflict, the African Union has decided to take matters in its own hands by appointing a five-member high-level delegation to try and forge dialogue and end […]

Familiar political rivalry shaping up as Kenyans gear up for 2017 presidential poll

Familiar political rivalry shaping up as Kenyans gear up for 2017 presidential poll

The political arena in Kenya is getting eventful as politicians get ready for the highly anticipated 2017 presidential election. The ruling party, Jubilee, is on the verge of forming a new outfit with allies in an effort to increase their chances of maintaining the state house. President Uhuru Kenyatta’s Jubilee Alliance has already shown signs […]

Spain facing gigantic challenges of historic proportions

Spain facing gigantic challenges of historic proportions

For more than 40 years in the political arena of Spain two parties had been dominating, the People’s Party and the Spanish Socialist Workers’ Party (PSOE) which alternated in power. The last catalytic elections of December 20, 2015 resulted in a significant weakening of these traditional political forces and the emergence of new anti-regime parties. […]

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