Category Archives: African Church History and Theology

Faith Perspectives: Six Theological Responses to Coronavirus

As COVID-19 continues to rampage our world and as our collective humanity tries different measures in order to survive, I have been reflecting theologically on what Coronavirus evokes in us as God’s people. Some of these theological responses are not … Continue reading

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The Genesis of the Aladura Movement in Nigeria: Lessons to be learned on Coronavirus

Our world is facing global challenges that is making us to think and respond in different ways. We are facing climate change all across the globe, Coronavirus also is spreading at an alarming rate, the refugee crisis is still escalating … Continue reading

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The Explosive Growth of African Christianity: Tributes to Pastor Gabriel Diya’s Family

Past and recent church statistics are saying that the continent of Africa now has the highest number of Christians in the world. The center for the Study of Global Christianity at Gordon-conwell University latest statistics puts African Christianity at the … Continue reading

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Tribute to Professor John S Mbiti: A Pioneer of Modern African Theology

Today I heard the news that Professor John Mbiti sadly passed away on the 5th of October.  On the one hand, this makes me very sad that we have lost another African Theologian, the other we lost early this year … Continue reading

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Reflective Report of the Conference: The State of Diaspora Mission in the UK

Written by Brenda Amondi, One of CMMW Directors. An African reverse missionary from Kenya and currently studying for an MTh at St Mellitus College, London The state of diaspora mission in the UK conference was recently held at All Nations … Continue reading

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A Brief History of Deeper Life Bible Church

  Deeper Life Bible Church is one of the oldest and biggest Neo Pentecostal Churches (NPCs) in Africa. The founder of this church is William Folorunso Kumuyi, popularly known as W.F. Kumuyi. Pastor Kumuyi was brought up in a strict … Continue reading

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Review of Roots and Wings: Equipping and Empowering Young Diaspora Africans for Life and Mission By Rev Israel Olofinjana

Roots and Wings is a new book written by one of my friends and colleague, Dr Harvey Kwiyani. The book explores issues related to how to effectively engage in discipleship and mission second generation African migrants. These are children born … Continue reading

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