The Desire of Every Graduate After at least three years of hard work in a college or university, it is every graduate’s dream to find a job. First to support self, then family. For most graduates, their families have invested heftily in their education. These families hope that, after graduation, they will get shouldering in
Around these COVID 19 times, ministry has shifted to digital. As a student worker, I no longer have the special opportunities to be with students. But thank God for WhatsApp, et al… Recently, one student friend (we call him S for the sake of my writing), asked me a question. I, C, owe to Him
C.S Lewis once argued, “men became scientific because they expected law in nature, and they expected law in nature because they believed in a Lawgiver.” The quest for man to ‘discover’ these laws must have first been inspired by the fact that they exist. It then follows, that one of the best avenues and opportunities
No Gathering at Uhuru Park Today is the 1st of May. In normal circumstances, workers, members and officials of trade unions would be drifting in their numbers towards Uhuru Park for International Labour Day celebrations. Under the scorching sun, they would listen to speeches from those that call the shots in the labor union circles
Stress is a normal psychological and physical reaction to the demands of life but some situations can push us beyond our ability to cope. Everyone reacts differently to difficult situations. It’s normal to feel stressed and worried during a crisis and the effects of COVID19 pandemic are not any different. Despite our best efforts to
The outbreak of Coronavirus that is rapidly spreading all over the world has worried many. Most people on earth today have never faced such an existential threat as they are now, hence panicking. To make matters worse we are not sure to what extent the disease will spread both locally and globally or even when
Swept by the flood Whether it bothered the people or not when they saw Noah grind cypress wood and pitch, making a shapeless structure, at least according to the Bible life moved on normally in the community; weddings continued to take place. People savored their barbeques served with chilly and grapes wine. Little did they
At a time when the world has no clue of why things are as they are, we are left with no choice but to turn to our maker. It is sad because we ought to turn to Him at all times but, hey earth, here is to a second chance. Indeed, we who are alive
The Conviction and Call I can still recall the voice of the Missions Director brother Calisto Odede, during Commission 88. I was the Kenyatta University Christian Union (KUCU) secretary during that year. I remember listening to him being convicted to avail myself to serve the Lord as He sends me.
According to the World Health Organization in 2000, throughout the world, approximately 1,000,000 people died of suicide. More than 50% of this constitutes the youth who are in higher levels of education; colleges and universities. This translates to a global mortality rate of 16% or one death every 40 seconds. This makes the number of deaths by suicide worldwide higher than the total number of deaths from war and homicide combined. This only means that preventive measures have to be put in place if we will save the current and even future generations.