Life in the Spirit

We need to quickly address the school of thought that says tongues ended on the day of Pentecost in Acts 2.
By Erasmus Makarimayi Jun. 1, 2024

Sengezo Tshabangu the baddest brother

Tshabangu himself allegedly has a Karanga father and some Ndebele ancestry. He fails therefore the test of a “pure tribalist”.
By Kenneth Mufuka Feb. 4, 2024

Grace Tidings: Believe and receive you don’t have to wait and tarry

In the early days of the Pentecostal movement, believers didn't fully understand how they received this powerful manifestation of the Holy Spirit.
By Doug Mamvura Oct. 15, 2023

The salvation seal can’t be broken

Salvation brought us to an inseparable and unbreakable union with God the Father in Christ sealed by the Holy Spirit.
By Erasmus Makarimayi Aug. 12, 2023

Divine Insight: The power of information

The Ethiopian Eunuch understood the power of information.
By Humphrey Mtandwa Jun. 18, 2023

Sunday World: Belittling God in Jesus’s name

Such a belief is premised basically on the doctrine of the Holy Trinity which teaches people that there are “three gods” representing our God.
By Prosper Tingini May. 14, 2023

A life free of condemnation.

Church has become a place where we make people feel condemned by highlighting and focusing on their sins.
By Dr Doug Mamvura Feb. 19, 2023

Sunday word: Cults of speaking in tongues

I can classify some aspects that divide reality from fiction into three groups.
By Prosper Tingini Oct. 2, 2022

Grace tidings: Relax it is a done deal

When he can quietly say, “I am a New Creation; I have in me now the life of God, the nature of my Father God; I am a partaker of His Divine nature; all I need then to enable me to walk in love is to let His nature dominate me.”

By The Independent Apr. 24, 2022