3 Things Christians Can Learn From West Africa’s Historic Mud Mosques

Winding through narrow passages between cinder-block homes, I finally emerged into a clearing. There, standing before me, were the white-washed walls of Ghana’s ancient Larabanga Mosque. It shined brilliantly in the sun, and its two minarets towered up toward the blue sky. I had never seen a structure quite like it. The Larabanga Mosque is… Read More


A transactional message oppose to a transformational message will produce two very different outcomes, the bible says you reap what you sow. If we could put two churches side by side, one that preached a transactional message, that is the kind of message where you hear “today if you bring a first fruit offering or… Read More

Poor Bible Interpretation Lets Us “Believe” the Bible While Denying What It Actually Says

I’ve been spending some time in Psalm 1 recently and have been reminded just how important delighting and meditating on God’s Word is. Here’s how the CSB renders it (note the use of “happy” in verse one for the Hebrew asher, often translated “blessed”):1 How happy is the one who does notwalk in the advice… Read More