Monthly Archives: February 2012

Multicultural Churches: A Gospel Imperative

Christians often ignore or treat as less important talks, trainings or discourses on building a multicultural Church. This resentment at times comes from the fact that people think that talks about multicultural Churches are trying to be politically correct. The … Continue reading

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Towards a Prosperity Gospel of Liberation

In this article I want to attempt to reconstruct Prosperity Gospel as a viable theology that has liberation at the heart of its agenda. In order to do this, we must first recognise that there is a thriving Black British … Continue reading

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The Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) is one of the fastest growing BMCs in the UK, so who founded this Church?

Josiah Akindayomi was born into a poor family and his parents were Ogun worshippers (Ogun is the god of iron in the Yoruba religion). His name at birth was actually Ogunribido Olufemi Akindolie (Ogunribido meaning Ogun has a place to … Continue reading

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London Olympics: Another Pentecost

As we count down towards the Olympics and prepare to host the world, my thoughts are directed towards the day of Pentecost in Acts 2. I have often asked people why did God choose to use the Jewish feast of … Continue reading

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