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Beauty for Ashes

It’s a big, heavy, painful word that no one ever wants to hear: Divorce. Conversations and resources on this topic coming out of Africa were almost unheard of just a few years ago. We can no longer ignore this subject as it has become even more relevant recently.

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Why Women?

In Jesus’s day, women were not treated equally to men. In fact, they were seen as inferior to men in their purpose and abilities. Even today, the role of women in the world is still undermined. As Christians, we know that the basis of everything that we do, say, and think is love.

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Attraction Actions

Ernest Wamboye, author of Baesics: Run Hard After God. If Anyone Catches Up, Introduce Yourself, asks a very important reflective question: would you marry you? It sounds silly, but it’s quite revealing.

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True vs. Selfish Service

Inspired by the Africa Study Bible Part of living out the Christian faith is being completely selfless. This is much easier said than done in a world that preaches about greatness and personal gain. We earn countless treasures on earth and store up none in Heaven. Unfortunately, there are many Christians that have twisted the…

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Thrive

We live in a world full of insecurity. We base our worth on what we accomplish, how well we perform, and what leadership positions we hold. We compare ourselves to others rather than celebrate instead. We toxify our own lives with lies and darkness.

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Worth the Wait

One of the main stigmas in African cultures is around marriage. Marriage has been placed on an elevated pedestal. Marriage is treated like it’s the only way to become truly happy and successful, and this is simply not true. Marriage is a treasure that deserves celebration, but that doesn’t mean that singleness is a punishment or a crime.

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