14 February 2017
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Kuna watu wanaweza kuwa sababu ya mafanikio yako au kushindwa kwako, kuinuka kwako au kushuka kwako, kufanya vizuri au kufanya vibaya, kwenda mbali au kubaki hapo hapo!
Chunguza kwa makini watu unao ambatana nao na ikiwezekana, achana na wale wasiokufaa. Sijasema uwadharau, nimesema ujitenge nao. Wengine ni nyoka kwako wanatema sumu, wengine ni kinyonga, wanabadilika badilika, wengine ni konokono, wengine ni Mbweha, kazi yao kuharibu mizabibu, wengine ni Kuku, maisha yao ni ya chini, hivyo wewe kama Tai unahitaji kwenda juu…
Lakini pia zingatia haya;
KUWA NA HESHIMA KWA WATU WENYE MAMLAKA YA KIROHO.
Kuna maeneo 3 yenye mamlaka ya kiroho. Serikali [Taifa], Kanisa na Familia.
Heshimu maeneo haya. Kuna watu wanajikosesha baraka kwa kukosana na maeneo haya 3. Yule ambaye unadhani ni adui ktk maeneo haya matatu mpendwa wangu yamkini ndo amebeba muujiza wa kuinuliwa kwako. Daudi hakumdharau Sauli pamoja na kwamba Mungu alikuwa tayari ameshamkataa. Yusufu hakumdharau Farao au Potifa. Daniel hakuudharau uongozi wa Babeli. Maadui zako ndio waliobeba baraka zako na miujiza yako. Kwenye maeneo haya matatu usigombane nao kama wanakuchukia. Waombee na kuwatakia baraka siku zote nawe utashangaa namna utakavyokuwa ukitembea ktk kibali na neema ya Mungu.
Nakuhakikishia hebu chukua nafasi ya kuombea viongozi wako eneo lako la kazi kila siku uone mabadiliko ktk ofisi yako. Chukua nafasi ya kuombea viongozi wako wa kanisa hata kama wanakuchukia. Chukua nafasi kuwaombea wazazi wako na mwenzi wako hata kama hajaokoka na hata kama anakuchukia. Hao ndio waliobeba ushuhuda na muujiza na baraka zako mwana wa Mungu. Usiwachukie. Maandiko yanasema ‘Wala haikanushiki kabisa kwamba mdogo hubarikiwa na mkubwa’ #WAEBRANIA 7:7. Wakubwa wako hawa wamebeba muujiza wako. Waombee sasa.
Nasema asante kwa Bishop Kitonga, Mtume Fernandos, Dr. Livingstone Banjagala, Dr. Lakhan wa UK, Rose Sarwatt (Mwenyekiti wa TAWIA), Dr. Getrude Rwakatare, Askofu Jangalason, Dr. Migiro (balozi wa Tanzania Wingereza), Mh. Jakaya, Rev. Alex (Mkufunzi wangu pale ISOM na Christian Leadership University), Rev. Wilson Waidhaka (Rafiki yangu sana hapo Nairobi), Rev. Benjamin Bukuku na wengine kibao. Hekima yenu, ushauri wenu, mafundisho yenu na maisha yenu yamefanyika msaada kwangu na kwa watu wengi.
25 January 2017
BAADA YA SIKU 54 ZA KIFO CHA SIFISO NCWANE, NYOTA WA MUZIKI WA INJILI HUKO AFRIKA YA KUSINI, HAYA NDIO MANENO MAZITO KUTOKA KWA MKE WAKE MPENZI
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Haya ndio maneno yanayowesa kuzungumzwa na kila aliyeachwa na mpenzi, hasa kwa wapenzi waliopendana kwa dhati. Ni maombi yangu Mungu peke yake awe faraja katika familia hii, Amen!
THIS IS AYANDA NCWANE UPDATES FOR THE DEATH OF HIS HUBAND SIFISO NCWANE - A SOUTH AFRICA GOSPEL STAR
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I can still smell your perfume, feel your arms around me every morning. Only if there was
a manual to walk this journey. I'll hold on to that my love. Rest well, we still feel your
Our condolences and prayers to Ayanda, the children, his mother and the rest of the beloved family. May God keep you strong during this difficult time. Rest in Peace Sfiso Ncwane ❤... it is a great blessing to have been used by God to be His instrument.
Madam, you are one in a million....one of the strongest and one of a kind ...there is a reason why you are going through this pain...like pastor Benjamin Dube said in one of his song "hold on a little bit longer everything is gonna be alright "God is going to heal you just take it one step at a time...you are a blessing and a role model to women out there regardless of your age....
Just hold on maNcwane God is watching over u and ur family,He is busy now mending ur broken hearts,u not alone in this,we also with u ,God will forever love u,stay Blessed , we love you.
21 January 2017
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The newly sworn - President 0f Gambia, Adam Barrow too the oath of office on Thursday, January 19, at the Gambian embassy in Dakar, Senegal.
The ceremony was administered by Sheriff Tambadou, the president of the Gambian Bar Association.
The new Gambian president is married to two wives, Fatoumatta Bah-Barrow and Sarjo Mballow-Barrow and has four children. Both wives are from the Fula ethnic group.
Habibu Barrow, his eight-year-old son, died after being bitten by a dog on January 15, 2017.
Fatoumatta Bah-Barrow, the first wife, when her husband won the elections said she was more than happy and lost for words in congratulating the Gambian people, who have spoken and made the right choice by choosing Adama Barrow as the president of the third Republic.
Sarjo Mballow-Barrow, the 2nd wife, also thanked and commended the Gambian people for her husband’s victory.
She said her husband’s winning was for all and sundry, because in the end The Gambia belongs to all.
Congratulations President Adam Barrow, please don't misuse power like Jammeh a deranged character man that was disoriented and led himself astray in the name of power while in power. Jammeh failed his country with a distinction.
May God lead and direct you to serve your country right to bring a new era to your people IJN. We blessed God on behalf of Gambia because He has really delivered them from an autocratic leader!!!!!
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We will face challenges, we will confront hardship, but we will get the job done.
"President Trump said in his inauguration Speech"
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In your community what is the procedure for taking a second wife? Is polygamy acceptable? Should we carry heavy stones like in Pakistan.
Share your thoughts below
14 January 2017
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HOW TO DEVELOP YOUR WORSHIP TEAM INTO TRUE SERVANTSWorship teams need to minister.
Ministers through music have some excellent and unique characteristics. Imagine a worship team who’s passionate about what they’re doing, with a clear sense of their calling; they are faithful to practice, they’re full of integrity, and they clearly exhibit a servant heart toward God and others. What pastor or worship leader wouldn’t want a platform full of people like that! Sound too good to be true? It’s not! Conveniently, every one of these qualities comes along quite naturally as a result of one all-important process called spiritual growth.
The good news is it’s not up to us to change people. That’s God’s job. The powerful message of 2 Corinthians 3:18 is that we are being transformed: “And we all, who with unveiled faces contemplate the Lord’s glory, are being transformed into his image with ever-increasing glory, which comes the Lord, who is the Spirit” (TNIV). According to Hebrews 12:2, Jesus is both the author and the finisher of our faith. Our responsibility then, first and foremost, is to intercede for those in our worship ministries, asking our great God to grow them and transform them in His time and in His way.
Along with praying for them, there are a few other responsibilities we have as church leaders to help our teams grow spiritually. First off, we have to model the qualities and characteristics we hope to see in those we lead. Are we enthusiastic as we lead from the stage? If not, then what right do we have to tell others to be? Do we show up with a smile and an upbeat attitude each week for rehearsals? Can others sense our passion for God and for those He loves? That kind of passion will contagiously “rub off” on your ministry team if they see it first in you.
If we want our worship and production teams to be faithful and committed to growing, then once again we must set the example before them. That may sound obvious, but apparently not all worship leaders realize it. For example, one worship leader told me he was “leading” his choir through my Pure Praise study, but he didn’t understand why some of his choir members weren’t participating. I wondered too—until he let something slip which cleared up the mystery for me. He admitted he wasn’t doing the study himself. He just didn’t “have time for it.” No wonder some of his people weren’t going through it. He wasn’t out front leading the way. His team didn’t see their leader placing a priority on personal growth, so why should they?
The second step to help move your team toward maturity is to pay attention to your team members. Take note of their individual progress as worshipers, leaders and musicians. Ask yourself, are they being effective? Are they being challenged under your leadership? Invest time with them and be friends with them outside of rehearsals and hectic church schedules. Perhaps go out to eat as casual groups. Invite key team members over to your home sometimes. Be sure to make use of those times to notice their attitudes toward the rest of the group and toward their own involvement in the worship ministry.
I remember talking with a bass guitarist who was dissatisfied with the church he’d been playing in for years. “We never practice before we play,” he told me. And as a result, he had finally decided to move to a different church where he’d be challenged and could play with more excellence. As we spoke, I couldn’t help but wonder if his worship director had any idea he was so discontent.
Not only should we as leaders examine our group, we should also lead our group to examine themselves from time to time. Lead times of discussion about how the group is doing in key areas of ministry. Ask questions like, “Are we disciplined?” and “Do we mind getting our hands dirty and serve others off-stage?”
Just as it’s important to exemplify and to examine, it’s also vital to exhort and urge them toward maturity. As worship pastors and leaders, we need to follow Paul’s example. In his letter to the church at Thessalonica, he wrote, “We exhorted each of you and encouraged you and charged you to walk in a manner worthy of God” (1 Thessalonians 2:11-12 ESV). Go out of your way to encourage your team. Remind them often of how you appreciate them and of how vital their role is within your team and church. Praise their efforts and progress in front of other team members. Even the most secure musicians and tech people need to hear when they’re doing a good job.
Another way to urge your team forward is through teaching and mentoring them. Too often, we as leaders get frustrated and impatient with the spiritual and biblical shallowness of our people, when, in fact, we’re partly responsible for that shallowness because we won’t invest time to instruct them. Carve out a few minutes during your rehearsals to teach on worship and leadership. Prioritize time to help mentor certain individuals who show the most potential and desire to grow.
Occasionally you may need to confront members of your group. It’s a difficult but necessary part of leadership. I’ll never forget having to confront a guitarist over his immorality. He refused to repent when we discovered he was living with his girlfriend, so I had no choice but expel him from our worship team. As shepherds we must protect the “flock” God has entrusted to us. Remember that the key above all is to love them—that should be your greatest motivation. “[Love] always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres” (1 Corinthians 13:7 NIV).
As the old saying goes, “Experience is the best teacher.” Look for opportunities for your team members to get hands-on training by letting them try things on their own. Show them you trust their abilities and their walk with God. For example, let them lead a song, or help plan a worship set, or run the sound board during part of a service. Whatever you allow them to do, just be sure you set them up for success first, by carefully preparing them.
Helping develop your worship teams to become ministers through music can be one of the most rewarding things you’ll ever do in ministry. True, it may seem like a slow and challenging process at times, but keep this in mind: Spiritual growth—both for your team and for you—is a journey you have the opportunity to take part in. What a privilege to watch your team blossom as true ministers through true, biblical worship!
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145 Year Old says he just wants to die
Indonesian Man Claims to Be World's Oldest at 145
Mbah Gotho of Indonesia has an identity card that says he was born in 1870, which (if verified) would make him 145 years old and the world's oldest person — ever.
But, he told the reporter, “All I want is to die.”
So, what evidence exists to prove his age? There is a photo of Gotho's government ID card, to name one item, posted on the Indonesian news web site Libutan6 (which, perplexingly, specifies his age as 146). The card lists his birth date (under his "official name" of Sodimejo, according to the Telegraph) as 31 December 1870:
28 December 2016
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This festival visited Shalom Orphanage Centre just to be a blessing.
Every child has a dream and it is our hope to give our children opportunity to use their skills and gifts to reach their full potential and to see their dreams become reality.
Shalom Orphanage ensure each child receives food, shelter, education, medical care and love. Specifically through education we can combat diseases and poverty and enable our children to grow up in a world free from the threats of illiteracy, child abuse, starvation and HIV/AIDS.
More of that, this children got different talents, that's why one of my contribution to this handsome and beautiful children is to raise their talents.
Special prayer from children
Let us join together helping more than 60 children's dreams become reality.
The Shalom Orphanage Centre is located in a small town called Karatu in Tanzania. The Centre is about a two hour drive from the airport, and very close to both Lake Manyara National Park and Ngorongoro Crater safari destinations. It’s in a green valley, down a rough road away from the main road. The orphanage is currently a home to 70 children, aged between 1 and 17 years old. It was founded by Mama Warra Nnko in 2004 and has grown a lot since then. The orphanage sits on a two acre plot of land that was purchased through donation. It comprises a number of buildings where the children eat, sleep, play and are also schooled. Most of the children arrive at Shalom through the death of their parents or because they have been abandoned. There are around 20 staff that care for the children and tend to the grounds (the orphanage has a few animals such as milking cows, sheep, pigs,poultry, and also is garden where some food is grown) The Orphanage runs a pre-school for around twenty of the youngest children. The older children attend an english medium school near by and some are still attending at a local government primary school even closer. All the children are looked after extremely well despite the Orphanage’s limited resources. They are full of energy, love playing games, and LOVE having visitors!
Remember to put a smile on someone's face.
Special cake for children