Taking God at His Word; Why the Bible Is Knowable, Necessary, and Enough, and What That Means for You and Me.
‘Taking God at His Word’ has been written by Kevin DeYoung. Kevin is an American Reformed Evangelical theologian and author. He is currently the senior pastor at Christ Covenant Church in Matthews, North Carolina. Can we trust the Bible completely? Is it sufficient for our complicated lives? Can we really know what it teaches? I wonder how you feel about […]
This book review has been written by Sharon Vihenda. Sharon is a 1st-year apprentice placed in PEFA Ruiru Centre serving as the assistant administrator and in the children’s ministry. ‘Where was God when that happened?’ is a book written by Christopher Ash. Ash is a pastor, teacher, and writer-in-residence at Tyndale House, Cambridge, UK. The […]
This is a book review by one of our 2nd-year apprentices, Grace Njeri. Grace has been serving in the office for the two years helping in the admin office. She does accounting and is passionate about music. Expositional Preaching: How we speak God’s Word Today has been written by David Helm. David is Executive Director […]
This is a book review by one of our apprentices, Ben Kinuthia. He is based in Deliverance Church, Maseno. He helps in the church administration as well as reaching out to students in schools nearby for fellowship and Bible studies. I have always struggled reading books but Dig Deeper by Andrew Sach and Nigel Beynon has […]
This is a review of the Cross of Christ by one of our apprentices Ruth Waliaula. Ruth is an apprentice placed in City of Light Fellowship Church in Karen, Nairobi where she helps with administration work. ‘For the message of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being […]
My name is Kevin Ombima a third born in the family of four from Siaya County, Rarieda Constituency. My life has always been shaped by various reflections that keep saturating my mind; these reflections has brought about many discoveries, which have formed the basis of the steps that have shaped my life. I went to […]
I am Daniel Kiragu a fourth born in a family of seven, three sisters and three brothers. I was born in kitale and later moved to Kiambu County at two years where I was brought up. I joined Karangi Primary school where I completed class eight in 2007. I then joined Kimunyu high school in […]