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15
Jan 2016
Postal letters in the Last three weeks.

1. Harrison Katana Menza. 2. Wahome Samuel Mwaniki. 3. Wawire Alex Wamboga. 4. Ndalila Alex Kale. 5. Wabwire Amos Kundu. 6. Ombewa Peter Ochieng’. 7. Gicugu Faith Mercy. 8. Reuben Kariuki Kamande. 9. Arthur Mugo Mwangi. 10.Ngiri Kennedy kangangi. Kindly, collect your letters from the C.U office, Taifa Hall. Contact the V.Secretary on: 0710110527...

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17
Nov 2015
BOOK REVIEW

Tittle: And the Bride Wore White- Seven Secrets to Sexual Purity Author: Dannah Gresh Place of Publication: Chicago Publisher: Moody publishers Date of Publication: 2004 Edition: Celebration edition. Number of pages: 185 In this age and time, where low moral standards have been promoted on television, social media, movies and music, it’s hard to know the truth about God’s intention on sexuality. Dannah Gresh the founder of Pure Freedom, a ministry that equips youth to live a life of sexual purity, uncovers the truth that has been long covered by Satan’s big......

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16
Oct 2015
BE STRONG AND COURAGEOUS by Kosiom Nkocho

Have you not known? Have you not heard? The LORD is the everlasting God, the Creator of the ends of the earth. He does not faint or grow weary; his understanding is unsearchable. He gives power to the faint, and to him who has no might he increases strength. Even youths shall faint and be weary, and young men shall fall exhausted; but they who wait for the LORD shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings like eagles; they shall run and not be weary; they shall walk and......

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14
Oct 2015
MARK OF SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION By Naphtali Gakeri

Where do you want to be when you give up? I thought he was teasing until I realized that we have often undergone such a social transformation that leaves us agonizing the state of our faith and believe in God, even at such an opportune time of grace as this. The journey of our agony starts from the very pseudo-belief of the postmodern concept of Christian life; tending to celebrate any rational idea as long as that is what seems a right to us, referred in Romans 1, to an extent that......

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07
Oct 2015
WHAT NEXT AFTER MARSABIT? BY SHARLEEN KIPTURU

The land was bare, except for few shrubs scattered here and there. It was ridiculously flat, that you saw the end, literally. There was no hill to cover the sight. I wondered where people lived. Later when we visited the manyatta, I realized that their houses camouflaged the surrounding such that you could not spot them from a distance. It was not the roofing sheet that helped you spot a house. There was nothing. Everything was not normal. Women walked bare-chested with changa that decorated their heads and necks and shoulders. Small......

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01
Oct 2015
A CRY FOR MENTORSHIP by Seth Jaoko

Who will take me by my hands and guide me? I am walking to an unknown place without a compass direction and I have stayed for a long time without interacting with geography of any form. I am clueless about life and what it holds. I am struggling in darkness to reach light I cannot see. Whatever am doing right now is so dull,it cannot even produce sparks of light to help me see and get to know a glimpse of what I should be doing. It’s been long and I still......

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22
Sep 2015
WHEN FASTING IS ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE by Sharleen Kipturu

A story is told of a group which committed to fasting every once a week. They would meet in the meeting, each with a confession, whether they had been faithful or not. One day, a brother confessed that he had not fasted that day. Reason? He was not under the law. For the next few days, I battled the desire to eat and just go confess that I too, was not under the law! I do struggle with beating my flesh during fasting. On the very day I am supposed to be......

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