Men of old who walked with God were not counted worthy and acceptable because of their works, neither was the exploit they made a result of their ability but a product of their reliance and trust in God. The scriptures... Continue Reading →
Can a man who has known God and worked for Him for more than 39 years declare that Christ is not real, How can we explain his experience over the years? In a recent news Churchpalaba publishes a report about... Continue Reading →
Whether you are a member of the workforce of your church or not, God sees you as a worker, for you are created for good works which must be carefully fulfilled; God unlike the various Employers we have in the world today does not underpay or owe His workers. Read more on the things God requires of you as a worker! Happy workers Day celebration.
This report presents the acknowledgement of the omnipresent nature of God as a solution to the constantly increasing level of lawlessness in the world today. People's opinion about their understanding of this nature of God is included. Read and add your opinion as a comment. Thanks.
Joy turned sadness in Sri Lanka churches and hotels on the calm of Easter Sunday as horrific bombings killed at least 207 people. Though the source of the eight explosions that locked down a country of 21 million people is... Continue Reading →
Bishop James Olalekan Oyelade, the founder, Presiding Bishop and Chairman Board of Trustee of The Christian Church international has described Easter as the greatest event that happened under the sun. He made this description in his Easter message during the... Continue Reading →
Easter is one of the greatest feast of the church, it commemorates the resurrection of Jesus. Easter Sunday is also called pascha or Resurrection Sunday. Easter starts with Lent on Ash Wednesday, 46days before Easter Sunday, though the date changes... Continue Reading →
Today concluded a two-day retreat at the Vatican for South Sudan's political leaders. If you don't know, In Sudan, Defence Minister Awad Mohamed Ahmed Ibn Auf announced the end of Bashir’s rule saying the country would enter a two-year period... Continue Reading →