Author: Kuza

The History of Christianity in Africa

This blog and audio were originally written and recorded by The Africa Study Bible and posted on TGC-Africa. Africa is one of the most…

The History of Christianity in Africa

Can a Christian be Cursed?

Many Africans, Christian or not, live in fear of generational curses. When misfortunes hit, they want to know who might have bewitched them. Non-Christians may turn…

Can a Christian be Cursed?

Biblical Prayer Versus Boldly Declaring

This Blog was originally posted on TGC-Africa and written by Oyewole Akanden in Nigeria In my previous article, I made a case that decreeing and…

Biblical Prayer Versus Boldly Declaring

Lessons from the Life of Martin Luther

Each year, on October 31st, Christians look back to commemorate the Reformation Day. This is when Martin Luther posted his 95 theses, which provoked…

Lessons from the Life of Martin Luther

A Caution to Those Who Decree and Declare in Prayer

This blog was originally posted on TGC-Africa and is written by Oyewole Akande from Nigeria Over the last few decades, the practice of “decreeing and…

A Caution to Those Who Decree and Declare in Prayer

Discerning When the Holy Spirit Speaks

Nowadays, with so many false prophets and apostles, it can be hard to tell who is genuinely speaking on God’s behalf. So it isn’t…

Discerning When the Holy Spirit Speaks

Why We Should Cherish Evangelism

In simple terms, evangelism is proclaiming the gospel’s good news. Whose work is evangelism? Was the command in Matthew 28:17-20 only for the disciples?…

Why We Should Cherish Evangelism

Why We Need the Scriptures

Do we need the Bible to help us walk in faith? Can’t we just follow Jesus and that’s enough? What are the benefits of…

Why We Need the Scriptures

Faith Listens and Walks with God

Faith is not just some mystical thing that believes only, but faith is connected to action. Some of those actions are a life that…

Faith Listens and Walks with God

What is Faith?

In society, we have certainly heard many opinions and definitions of the word faith. People will say things like they are having faith that…

What is Faith?

Reflecting on Queen Elizabeth II’s Death as Africans

Queen Elizabeth II died on the 8th of September, at her private castle in Balmoral, Scotland, aged 96. The death of Queen Elizabeth—the longest…

Reflecting on Queen Elizabeth II’s Death as Africans

How Do I Deal with Temptation?

They come to us late at night, in a Matatu, in a crowded room, anytime and anywhere. So it goes without saying that temptations…

How Do I Deal with Temptation?

Am I Called into Ministry?

Whoever desires to be in ministry desires a good thing (1 Timothy 3:1). There are great rewards in serving God, both here and in…

Am I Called into Ministry?

Not Pleasent but Fruitful

Our walk with Christ also has seasons of pruning. Often, these seasons are hard– though necessary for a joyful sanctification journey. We call it…

Not Pleasent but Fruitful

Grief – The Good Gift

Grief is indeed nothing desirable. No one ever looks forward to it, so we choose to avoid the topic altogether. When a loved one…

Grief – The Good Gift

The Work of the Holy Spirit

Whenever we end our services reciting the words of 2 Corinthians 13:14: “…the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ and the love of God…

The Work of the Holy Spirit

Understanding Temptations

Temptation is an inward drive unto sin, which is to live independently of God. What are the origins of the inward desire? How do…

Understanding Temptations

The Independence of God 

“God alone”, the Christian says, ascribing due reverence. “A lonely God”, thinks the heathen, for he supposes that God created man because he was…

The Independence of God 

Why Does God Hate Sin?

Psalm 5:4 says “For you are not a God who delights in wickedness; evil may not dwell with you.” Such a statement shows us…

Why Does God Hate Sin?

Unanswered Prayers and the Christian’s Response

here is a high likelihood you have prayed prayers that you feel went unanswered. You prayed for weeks on end, fasted maybe, and yet…

Unanswered Prayers and the Christian’s Response

Skip to content