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Advice for Aspiring Christian Dancers

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I have had the privilege of serving God in the area of arts and culture for over 12 years now and am still at it. I have seen God’s glory shine through as he led me and guided me through this jungle that is rooted in self-glory and self-aggrandizement. My desire in this blog is […]

God Reveals Himself in Ways We Couldn’t Possibly Expect

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Brian Penduka The last few weeks I have wrestled with God and I have questioned the whole notion of religion and faith. But in one incident recently I felt God spoke to me in a number of analogies. An incident took place which involved the safely of my son (Biban), who locked himself up in […]

Wakanda and the Kingdom of God

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Recently I’ve been thinking about Wakanda and the Black Panther movie, and because of my highly developed “black consciousness” I have a need to do some small measure of review. Primarily it struck me – mostly at the end of the movie and it’s been striking me ever since – that this story is not […]

This is what love can do…but we have to let go

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I have learned a lot about God’s love, and about trusting Him these past few months, from knowing a child.  I’ll call her Sarah.  Sarah grew up in a very vulnerable household, often went hungry and had never been to school.  Her mother despaired of her behaviour, because Sarah would run away from home for […]

We are closer than we think

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I have always wondered what value togetherness has. I was raised in a family of 7. We spent a lot of time together whenever we could. After a while one by one we left our parents’ house in pursuit of education and work. We are scattered in different countries and towns. How come we connect vibrantly […]

The Nicene Creed

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The Nicene Creed is likely the most universally accepted and recognized statements of the Christian faith. The Nicene Creed was first adopted in A.D. 325 at the Council of Nicea. The Roman Emperor Constantine had convened the Council of Nicea in an attempt to unify the Christian church with one doctrine, especially on the issues of […]

Life Groups

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We are called to community. The venues for our new Life Groups are listed below. Get in touch with the office(+263 4 307786) or the host to confirm respective starting times and addresses. More details to follow. Mount Pleasant (Zone) hosted by Munyaradzi and Helen Katongera Mount Pleasant/Marlborough hosted by Simba and Simbisai Maweni Emerald Hill […]

180 Blog

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I’ve been asking God who I am for what seems like forever. Not just, “What should I be when I grow up?” Although that has been a very frequent topic of discussion between the two of us. Most of the time, though, the questions are more along the lines of “Do I matter? Is who I […]

Kill Your (Celebrity Culture) Worship

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by Mike Cosper The demise of evangelicalism, megachurches, and orthodox Christianity is regularly announced these days, but I admit I’m a bit skeptical of most of these reports. As a friend of mine is fond of saying, half of all statistics are made up on the spot, and the other half can be made to […]