Blame the ground
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Blame the ground

David Maina is the managing consultant of Perfometer Agribusiness Consulting House, on the board of iServe Africa, and he’s also a great storyteller and writer… Among the Agikuyu community, there used to be various social and religious ceremonies and there was a reason for every ceremony. Such ceremonies marked good times as well as bad times. One … Continue reading

Why sing? (part 4)
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Why sing? (part 4)

Here’s another great excerpt from Getrude Namapii’s research on worship: —————————————————————- The old covenant In Exodus 24:1-2 only Moses could approach the Lord at the top of the mountain, the other men were to worship from a distance. Moses had to sprinkle to blood of the covenant to the people first then he was lost … Continue reading