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6 signs of a neglected children’s ministry

Novy Muzame, iServe Africa alumnus who has studied the state of children’s ministry in urban and rural Kenya, reports on the challenges and suggests ways forward in improving this vital area of ministry for the benefit of our children and the church as a whole. ———————————————————-  A case of neglect? According to my research, children’s … Continue reading

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Postmodernism in Kenya

I’ve often wondered how postmodernism in East Africa differs from Western postmodernism. Wanyeki Mahiaini, former minister for training at All Souls Langham Place, London has carefully studied both cultures and gives a very insightful answer: The picture in Africa is a lot more complex [than in the West] because Africa is one of those places where anything you … Continue reading

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Latent relativism

Chris Howles teaches at Uganda Martyrs Seminary, Namugongo, blogs at Namugongo Life and has written for the Postmodernity Issue of Conversation Magazine. He detects a latent threat to the East African church: These are difficult times indeed for Western Christians who rightly seek to proclaim that God is real, objective, universal and all encompassing. And yet, having moved in 2011 … Continue reading

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Approved by God?

Daniel Ledama is passionate about learning and teaching the Word of God and making disciples. He serves with the national IFES movement in Rwanda and with Preach the Word Rwanda and is much involved in evangelism and discipleship among University students in Rwanda. He writes from Kigali on two types of Bible ministry… Rightly handling God’s Word Nowadays, with … Continue reading