FAITH AND WORK

FAITH AND WORK SERIES 90% of our time is spent either sleeping or working. How then do we ensure we glorify God in how we spend this time? What is Work? What is the Bible’s take on work or rather what the place of the gospel in our working place?  Meet James Wainaina, One of our Staff member at iServe Africa seeking to engage these questions and many others. Part…

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A Simple Heart Talk on Ministry Work

My first placement was Machakos, Grace Baptist Church. Experience The placement was a ready avenue for me to teach God’s word. I did this by mobilizing children for a Wednesday evening fellowship, where we did Genesis. I mobilized 12 graduates around town, from different churches and we did a bible study in Ephesians. I had an opportunity to bring on board a certain girl’s high school for Cu Wednesday fellowship,…

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Where Did the Good Old Days Go To?

Growing up, such phrases as “today’s generation is spoiled”, or “back in the day such things were unheard of” or “Oh! back in our days’ people were much better behaved than now”. The above and many more are very common, especially with the generation of our parents and the generations before them. It is used by those who are older to lament over the new generation’s “increased evil”. Of late,…

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The Cross of Christ by John Stott

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 saved it is the power of God.’ 1 Corinthians 1:18 Many people, I included have used…

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Welcome to iServe Africa

    Thank you for visiting iServe Africa homepage. We have lots for you. You will find more about Raising future Gospel workers and how you could be part of this growing work. Browse more on: Apprenticeship Program (Fresh Graduates) TrasformD Program (High school leavers) Partnerships (Joining hands with us) StanleyRolled up sleeves in Service to King Jesus!

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12 marks of humility

In a church staff meeting many years ago it was quite a common thing for the senior pastor to go around and ask us all to name a mark of humility. He felt (rightly) it was good practice for us to rehearse the hallmarks of gospel-wrought humility and have them at the front of our minds. It was always a convicting and spurring exercise. Here they are as best I…

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