Hebrew scriptures: Not in God’s name

Islam has long been associated with violence, and savagery was usually
By Rabbi Yitzhak Zweig May. 19, 2024

Grace tidings: Hypocrites love praying

 Jesus taught that there is right and wrong praying.
By Doug Mamvura May. 5, 2024

Letter from America: We love the Methodists; Zimbabwe’s Bishop tells US General Conference!

Nhiwatiwa’s message, though welcome, came at a time when United Methodism itself is at a crossroads.
By Kenneth Mufuka May. 5, 2024

Prayer further demystified

There is a general error of a double-sided nature that believers, even preachers — especially in the Charismatic Church, make.
By Erasmus Makarimayi Apr. 27, 2024

Sunday word: Tithing in Christianity: A biblical imperative for modern stewardship

The concept of tithing traces back to ancient civilisations, predating the Mosaic Law.
By Prosper Tingini Apr. 21, 2024

Grace tidings: Put off the Old man

God never intended for a pill to do what the God-pill was designed to do.
By Doug Mamvura Mar. 24, 2024

Sunday word: Unveiling the profound truth of Easter: Exploring the death and resurrection of Christ

The pivotal moment of Easter lies in the sacrificial death of Jesus Christ on the cross.
By Prosper Tingini Mar. 24, 2024

DivineInsight: Breaking the chains of religion

Apostle Paul, in the Book of Corinthians, further emphasises that for this cause, many are sick among you, and many sleep
By Humphrey Mtandwa Mar. 17, 2024

Beyond the incarnate God

Salvation brought about remission not forgiveness of sins. It was not an atonement like under the law.
By Erasmus Makarimayi Mar. 2, 2024