Have you ever wondered why the extra day of the leap year falls on February 29, an odd date in the middle of the year, and not at the end of the year on December 32? There is a simple answer, and a slightly more complex one.
Over the last 20 years there’s been an unprecedented increase in charismatic Pentecostal prophets – or men of God as they’re called in Pentecostal parlance. Across Africa their unchecked influence has spread into social, economic and political institutions.
Jan. 28, 2024 /Human Interest/ — The concept of Sunday as a day of reflection for Christians can be approached in different ways, depending on the audience and level of detail you want to share. Here are a few options: Continue reading
Jan. 16, 2024 /Human Interest/ — It’s important to remember that resorting to begging is rarely done out of a desire for humiliation. It’s usually a complex situation driven by desperation and a lack of viable alternatives. Here are some factors to consider: Continue reading
Jan. 16, 2024 /Human Interest/ — Zambia and Gambia, despite their similar-sounding names, are quite different countries in Southern and West Africa, respectively. Here’s a breakdown of their key differences: Continue reading
Dec 10, 2023 —
The quote “Christian soldiers marching on, evil will not succeed” is a powerful statement of faith and hope. It is a reminder that even in the face of adversity, believers can stand strong and united, knowing that God is on their side. The phrase “marching on” suggests that believers are not standing still, but are actively engaged in the fight against evil. This fight may be difficult, but it is ultimately one that will be won.
Scientists have learned a lot about why people believe in conspiracy theories and how they harm society over the past couple of decades. Yet little is known about how the groups targeted by conspiracy theories feel and behave.
Nov. 22, 2023— Human Interest/ — The Christmas season is about peace for Christians who believe Jesus was born in Bethlehem, Israel. Continue reading