MY NAME IS AFRICA


The older generation shares timeless tales under the old tree Their faces evokes the hopelessness and suffering of their past This place is familiar to both the old and the young generation From here to the future lies the unmerciful illusion river Haiku Matti The fear of being drowned by an un-existing river puts a freaking limit He has... Continue Reading →

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THE HARRRD ROAD OF A WASTEFUL LIFE AND THE GOD WHO CARES


Deep down, there is a still small voice, persuading you to believe that your life is meant to be something more. You begin to wonder, reflecting on where you are, at this moment in life (the regret, pain, hurt, sin, addiction, fear, miss opportunities and lack of interest in things that have eternal value);          ... Continue Reading →

RELIGION APPLAUDS BEHAVIOR CHANGE


The rich young man loves self more than God yet he had all the laws at his finger tips, and God out of his religious heart. When our heart is full of God (love) you respond to God’s word very natural, without struggle... Your heart has become pliable in Gods hand. Mark 10:21-22  (NKJV) 21 Then Jesus,... Continue Reading →


John 11:34-36 (NLT) 34 “Where have you put him?” he asked them. They told him, “Lord, come and see.” 35 Then Jesus wept. 36 The people who were standing nearby said, “See how much he loved him!” Truly, Lazarus epitomizes the depraved state of  the fallen race. Our depraved state, compelled a loving God to leave Heaven to... Continue Reading →

JEHOVAH KNOW


http://youtu.be/iQVIy0sWLBY Gravity of Grace Note: I listened to this song today and felt so much overwhelmed with God’s supernatural peace which surpasses everything in this world over my entire being. My desire and prayer is that you may experience an unusual peace and the boundless love of Christ whatever maybe your situation today. God knows... Continue Reading →


http://youtu.be/SNkQQnJhnUI Gravity of Grace Note: I started my day in the atmosphere of Afro Praise...Ushered into His presence by no other personality than Sonnie Badu. Sonnie Badu, if am not mistaken is the Israel Houton of Africa. He has become the face of Africa in the 21st Century touching lives, transforming nations through spirit filled... Continue Reading →


  Ugandan eco-artist Ruganzu Bruno built an amusement park for children living in one of Kampala's slums. Bruno (right) worked with the local community to create the playground in a congested area lacking recreation facilities. "We built the playground together as a team," he says. Using thousands of waste bottles, the talented artist turned a... Continue Reading →


  STORY HIGHLIGHTS President Paul Biya has ordered 100 churches closed throughout Cameroon The illegal Pentecostal churches are security threats, the government argues Pentecostal congregants say criticism of the government is behind the shutdown Yaounde, Cameroon (CNN) -- Cameroon's President Paul Biya has ordered the closure of nearly 100 Christian churches in key cities, citing... Continue Reading →

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