Contemporary Kenya lacks resolute pastors who can speak truth to power
Living in a heavily religious country means that pastors are a key part of the community. It helps, therefore, to understand pastor typologies as it guides expectations and affiliations.
By 3 months ago
Contemporary Kenya lacks resolute pastors who can speak truth to power
Root of all evil: Money is taking man away from God, the way serpent did
Money is a major factor in our day-to-day living. It dominates conversations. In social gatherings, people are always talking about how to make money, how money was lost or how to spend it.
By 4 months ago
Root of all evil: Money is taking man away from God, the way serpent did
Silencing the 'E' story perpetuates warped thinking that failure is bad
“E” scorers are nowhere to be heard. But the day they turn around their story and become winners, they will earn access to the microphone and the newspaper.
By 5 months ago
Silencing the 'E' story perpetuates warped thinking that failure is bad
As long as Christmas is about Jesus, it cannot be reduced to secular hype
The church has failed in its creativity to assemble a universal symbolic experience to capture the mystery of the entry of its Lord into the world.
By 5 months ago
As long as Christmas is about Jesus, it cannot be reduced to secular hype
The Kenya we want lies hidden in our moral sense, but do we care?
Kenya at sixty is a begging giant and a moral dwarf. We are crying about the debt burden while remaining silent about the moral crisis that led us here and keeps us here.
By 6 months ago
The Kenya we want lies hidden in our moral sense, but do we care?
Being a good neighbour demands we practice inclusion
Inclusion is an intentional process of unmarginalising people by infusing a culture where all enjoy privileges equally. Inclusion makes all people central.
By 6 months ago
Being a good neighbour demands we practice inclusion
Kawira Mwangaza impeachment: Did the bishop save the governor?
Governor Mwangaza’s haters have sworn severally that gender has nothing to do with Meru woes. But this is not true, given the unacceptable attacks on Mwangaza’s womanhood.
By 7 months ago
Kawira Mwangaza impeachment: Did the bishop save the governor?
Contemporary Kenya lacks resolute pastors who can speak truth to power
Living in a heavily religious country means that pastors are a key part of the community. It helps, therefore, to understand pastor typologies as it guides expectations and affiliations.
By 3 months ago
Contemporary Kenya lacks resolute pastors who can speak truth to power
Root of all evil: Money is taking man away from God, the way serpent did
Money is a major factor in our day-to-day living. It dominates conversations. In social gatherings, people are always talking about how to make money, how money was lost or how to spend it.
By 4 months ago
Root of all evil: Money is taking man away from God, the way serpent did
Silencing the 'E' story perpetuates warped thinking that failure is bad
“E” scorers are nowhere to be heard. But the day they turn around their story and become winners, they will earn access to the microphone and the newspaper.
By 5 months ago
Silencing the 'E' story perpetuates warped thinking that failure is bad
As long as Christmas is about Jesus, it cannot be reduced to secular hype
The church has failed in its creativity to assemble a universal symbolic experience to capture the mystery of the entry of its Lord into the world.
By 5 months ago
As long as Christmas is about Jesus, it cannot be reduced to secular hype
The Kenya we want lies hidden in our moral sense, but do we care?
Kenya at sixty is a begging giant and a moral dwarf. We are crying about the debt burden while remaining silent about the moral crisis that led us here and keeps us here.
By 6 months ago
The Kenya we want lies hidden in our moral sense, but do we care?
Being a good neighbour demands we practice inclusion
Inclusion is an intentional process of unmarginalising people by infusing a culture where all enjoy privileges equally. Inclusion makes all people central.
By 6 months ago
Being a good neighbour demands we practice inclusion
Kawira Mwangaza impeachment: Did the bishop save the governor?
Governor Mwangaza’s haters have sworn severally that gender has nothing to do with Meru woes. But this is not true, given the unacceptable attacks on Mwangaza’s womanhood.
By 7 months ago
Kawira Mwangaza impeachment: Did the bishop save the governor?
Contemporary Kenya lacks resolute pastors who can speak truth to power
Living in a heavily religious country means that pastors are a key part of the community. It helps, therefore, to understand pastor typologies as it guides expectations and affiliations.
By 3 months ago
Contemporary Kenya lacks resolute pastors who can speak truth to power
Root of all evil: Money is taking man away from God, the way serpent did
Money is a major factor in our day-to-day living. It dominates conversations. In social gatherings, people are always talking about how to make money, how money was lost or how to spend it.
By 4 months ago
Root of all evil: Money is taking man away from God, the way serpent did
Silencing the 'E' story perpetuates warped thinking that failure is bad
“E” scorers are nowhere to be heard. But the day they turn around their story and become winners, they will earn access to the microphone and the newspaper.
By 5 months ago
Silencing the 'E' story perpetuates warped thinking that failure is bad
As long as Christmas is about Jesus, it cannot be reduced to secular hype
The church has failed in its creativity to assemble a universal symbolic experience to capture the mystery of the entry of its Lord into the world.
By 5 months ago
As long as Christmas is about Jesus, it cannot be reduced to secular hype
The Kenya we want lies hidden in our moral sense, but do we care?
Kenya at sixty is a begging giant and a moral dwarf. We are crying about the debt burden while remaining silent about the moral crisis that led us here and keeps us here.
By 6 months ago
The Kenya we want lies hidden in our moral sense, but do we care?
Being a good neighbour demands we practice inclusion
Inclusion is an intentional process of unmarginalising people by infusing a culture where all enjoy privileges equally. Inclusion makes all people central.
By 6 months ago
Being a good neighbour demands we practice inclusion
Kawira Mwangaza impeachment: Did the bishop save the governor?
Governor Mwangaza’s haters have sworn severally that gender has nothing to do with Meru woes. But this is not true, given the unacceptable attacks on Mwangaza’s womanhood.
By 7 months ago
Kawira Mwangaza impeachment: Did the bishop save the governor?
Contemporary Kenya lacks resolute pastors who can speak truth to power
Living in a heavily religious country means that pastors are a key part of the community. It helps, therefore, to understand pastor typologies as it guides expectations and affiliations.
By Rev Edward Buri 3 months ago
Contemporary Kenya lacks resolute pastors who can speak truth to power
Root of all evil: Money is taking man away from God, the way serpent did
Money is a major factor in our day-to-day living. It dominates conversations. In social gatherings, people are always talking about how to make money, how money was lost or how to spend it.
By Rev Edward Buri 4 months ago
Root of all evil: Money is taking man away from God, the way serpent did
Silencing the 'E' story perpetuates warped thinking that failure is bad
"E" scorers are nowhere to be heard. But the day they turn around their story and become winners, they will earn access to the microphone and the newspaper.
By Rev Edward Buri 5 months ago
Silencing the 'E' story perpetuates warped thinking that failure is bad
As long as Christmas is about Jesus, it cannot be reduced to secular hype
The church has failed in its creativity to assemble a universal symbolic experience to capture the mystery of the entry of its Lord into the world.
By Rev Edward Buri 5 months ago
As long as Christmas is about Jesus, it cannot be reduced to secular hype
The Kenya we want lies hidden in our moral sense, but do we care?
Kenya at sixty is a begging giant and a moral dwarf. We are crying about the debt burden while remaining silent about the moral crisis that led us here and keeps us here.
By Rev Edward Buri 6 months ago
The Kenya we want lies hidden in our moral sense, but do we care?
Being a good neighbour demands we practice inclusion
Inclusion is an intentional process of unmarginalising people by infusing a culture where all enjoy privileges equally. Inclusion makes all people central.
By Rev Edward Buri 6 months ago
Being a good neighbour demands we practice inclusion
Kawira Mwangaza impeachment: Did the bishop save the governor?
Governor Mwangaza's haters have sworn severally that gender has nothing to do with Meru woes. But this is not true, given the unacceptable attacks on Mwangaza's womanhood.
By Rev Edward Buri 7 months ago
Kawira Mwangaza impeachment: Did the bishop save the governor?
Rhema feast's success is a balm to the spirit after Shakahola horrors
Taking the tens of thousands in the Rhema congregation as a sample of response to mobilisation, there is still a level of faith in the men and women of the cloth.
By Rev Edward Buri 8 months ago
Rhema feast's success is a balm to the spirit after Shakahola horrors
Young athletes' prayer magnets for Kenya and inspiration for all ages
These medal-winning youths push back against their peers who perpetuate the image of young people as wild, carefree and with an unexplained expectation.
By Rev Edward Buri 8 months ago
Young athletes' prayer magnets for Kenya and inspiration for all ages
Leaders should not discriminate by making others feel inadequate
We often fall into the temptation of setting demeaning boundaries. We categorise people in our personal lives as insiders and outsiders. There are the people we cheer for and those we sneer at.
By Rev Edward Buri 9 months ago
Leaders should not discriminate by making others feel inadequate
Spirituality devoid of character has no power to transform the nation
Few leaders who dare to cut a different cloth are lone rangers. They are intentionally kept on the backline. In the political song they are allocated the hum and never given the main chorus
By Rev Edward Buri 9 months ago
Spirituality devoid of character has no power to transform the nation
Self centredness is the cancer ravaging our society's soul
Kenyan leaders and citizens alike -are suffocating under the weight of self-centeredness with only scattered pockets of compassion
By Rev Edward Buri 10 months ago
Self centredness is the cancer ravaging our society's soul
The dual nature of peace: Built by intent and nurtured by spirituality
Peace is never an accident. It is an outcome. Just like it takes intentional steps to upset it, it takes deliberate steps to set it up. Peace is built, just like it can be broken.
By Rev Edward Buri 10 months ago
The dual nature of peace: Built by intent and nurtured by spirituality
When wisdom departs foolishness rules
People associate leadership with wisdom. But unfortunately, it is not always so. Leadership does not insulate against foolishness. Even kings and presidents are susceptible to wisdom droughts.
By Rev Edward Buri 11 months ago
When wisdom departs foolishness rules
Moses Kuria: Courier of coarseness veiled as right to freedom of expression
Moses Kuria is not the kind to lose an argument. He does not apologise. He must make the point that he is not stupid - even when he sounds so.
By Rev Edward Buri 11 months ago
Moses Kuria: Courier of coarseness veiled as right to freedom of expression
Embracing love: The transformative power for leaders and citizens alike
Love looks like a senior officer resigning as a matter of principle when a scandal happens under their watch. Love looks like a president who leads the nation in truth, even when it hurts him.
By Rev Edward Buri 11 months ago
Embracing love: The transformative power for leaders and citizens alike
Stop being defensive when Kenyans remind you of the weight of an oath
Kenyans have been described often as they of a short memory. They either forget the wrong done to them and move on or forget the wrong they did and repeat it.
By Rev Edward Buri 1 year ago
Stop being defensive when Kenyans remind you of the weight of an oath
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Why Kenya needs more graft spirits exorcists in the mould of Health CS
There is a kind of evil that cannot be removed "apart from prayer and fasting." Such defies regular catharsis. This defiant type is the Kemsa variant.
By Rev Edward Buri 1 year ago
Why Kenya needs more graft spirits exorcists in the mould of Health CS
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When faith kills: From church farm to the deathly graveyard
The devil is alive and well. He masquerades as an angel of light - even dresses in impeccable white. Just like a lizard finds its way into the palace, demons find their way into church.
By Rev Edward Buri 1 year ago
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