I don’t know why I didn’t start to read the Bible sooner. I don’t know why I didn’t have the urge or feeling to read it. I don’t know what held me back from discovering so many amazing things, so much wisdom and so many insights to help one live in this world. I don’t … Continue reading Mystery Blogger Award
When we remain in the love of Christ, sin and death can no longer access us. This is because, ‘the one who was born of God keeps him safe and the evil one cannot harm him’ (1 John 5:18). Likewise, the King tells the maiden, ‘You are a garden locked up, my sister, my bride; … Continue reading The Lover and the Beloved (2)
An Interview with Oasis In Jesus Christ blog. Thank you Temiloluwa Johnson for the feature, truly honoured but all the same, may He increase and may I decrease. Read more from the blog on https://oasisinjesuschrist.wordpress.com/
Hello readers, for the remainder of the year, this blog will be bringing stories to you about young Africans that are living out their faith to the fullest. We’ve brought you two interviews prior. This month we went out of the shores of our home country, Nigeria to Kenya.
We are glad to present our person of the month to you. She is Mulyale Mutisya, a Kenyan faith blogger with an inspiring love for Jesus. Her blog posts are riddled with Biblical truths and knowledge that will push anyone into thought provoking moods and ultimately a better walk with Jesus. She is the beautiful representation of proudly African and Christian. It is with great joy in our hearts that we bring this interview to your screen.
Oasis In Jesus Christ Blog: Thank you so much for granting us this interview Mulyale. So we would like to know you? Can you…
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The only reason I am writing this is because I recently realised that my blog was nominated by Miss Waigi for the Liebster award, like a month ago! Thanks Ella! But better late than never- ehy? If you want to make your day, check out her amazing write ups 10 Facts about me 1. I love … Continue reading LIEBSTER AWARD
I have never written from a point of fear, until now. You probably wouldn’t bother when a pale spot appears on your face, but for me, the pale spot meant a lot. It shook my world. When I recently spotted a patch on my nose, I panicked- thinking history was visiting. You see, when I … Continue reading THE PALE WHITE SPOT
Dots are insignificant. Who cares about dots anyways, right? We brush off what seems small. For the artist, a dot means everything, and they brush it in their works. During a visit at an art exhibition at Fundii Centre for the Arts- a contemporary space for artists to showcase their work, I stumbled across an … Continue reading Join the dots
My heart goes to France, and then returns back to its former state of despair. 14th July 2016- a somber day for France and the world. The Bastille Day fireworks celebrations in the City of Nice was cut short when the perpetrator Mohamed Lahouaiej-Bouhlel, who was gunned down by police officers rammed a truck into … Continue reading East or West, Terror on one should be on all
I shift uncomfortably on my seat as a motivational speaker gives his two cents. I from time to time nod my head in agreement, but for the better part of the session I turn to a friend sitting beside me and give her a quizzical look, especially when some statements such as ‘only 5 … Continue reading Why motivational talks are not so motivating
"...for us physicists believe the separation between past, present, and future is only an illusion, although a convincing one." Albert Einstein "the most insignificant present has over the most insignificant past the advantage of reality." Arthur Schopenhauer “Whatever is has already been and what will be has been before…” Ecclesiastes 3:15 The past cannot be … Continue reading Living in the future
Do you sometimes feel like you have lost so much that you have to find new things to lose? Loss is an inevitable factor in our lives. We all have lost something- maybe a whole lot- at one point in life. We’ve lost items, jobs and even our minds (no pun intended). We always seem … Continue reading For the broken hearted & those preserving their heart