Who Is a God Like You?

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There are times when I need to be reminded that God is not like me. Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve been reminded of this twice. The first occasion came from the study of Ephesians my church is currently in. For the past two weeks, the sermon text has been Ephesians 2:4-7  But God, who […]


Conrad Mbewe “The Spurgeon of Africa”

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In this post we round out our look at important Black Theologians and Preachers for Black History Month. Today we turn our attention to Conrad Mbewe. Born December 12, 1961, Mbewe is pastor of Kabwata Baptist Church in Lusaka, Zambia. He has been called the “Spurgeon of Africa” because of his expository preaching ministry and […]


Lemuel Haynes

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I don’t know about you but I want this on my tombstone: “Here lies the dust of a poor hell-deserving sinner, who ventured into eternity trusting wholly on the merits of Christ for salvation.” This was on the tombstone of Lemuel Haynes. Today we continue our look at the lives of a few African Americans who […]


Explore By The Book

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I am not normally a big fan of devotional books. Many of them are shallow, superficial, and don’t interact with the Bible enough. That might sound harsh, I get it. But, I have read and used two recently that have been excellent. One of them was Remember and Return by John MacArthur. (You can read Chrys’ review.) […]