This is to formally notify our readers that this is the new home of our blog, Christianity in Africa whose old URL was http://pentecostalmovent.wordpress.com. Due to popular demand, more information about the author has been added. We have also added new pages; Ministry Partnership and Photo Gallery. All these have been done in order for you to enjoy reading this blog. Below are some of the posts … Continue reading The old has become new!
Dr. Jonathan Armstrong & Babatomiwa Moses Owojaiye If your answer to the question above is yes, then I encourage you to read the testimony of a friend. Dr. Jonathan Armstrong visited Nigeria for the first time in August 2011. We were in Nigeria to facilitate a week seminar at ECWA Theological Seminary, Igbaja. Jonathan’s visit to Nigeria left an indelible mark on his life. Enjoy your … Continue reading Are you in doubt with the miraculous?
The fact that we have being arguing that pleading the blood of Jesus has no biblical support does not mean that Chrits’s blood is less significant. In fact, the role of the blood that our Lord Jesus shed on the Cross is at the very center of our faith and walk with God. According to Wayne Grudem, The New Testament frequently connects the blood of … Continue reading The Blood of Jesus Christ: Not Less Significant
The uniqueness of the name of Jesus is evident in the fact that the name was given by God himself and sent to his mother through an angel. There is no single place in the word of God whether in principle or in concept that believers are told to pray in the blood of Jesus. Since the Bible is its own best interpreter, may we … Continue reading Praying in the Name or in the Blood of Jesus: The Bible speaks for itself
“Some of your most popular posts were written before 2011. Your writing has staying power! Consider writing about those topics again.” – WordPress, January 1, 2011. A Note of Appreciation and Performance in 2011 I wish to take this opportunity to welcome you into the year 2012 and also to thank you for finding time to visit this blog once or more in the course … Continue reading Christianity in Africa Blog: A Note of Appreciation and Performance in 2011