My Core Beliefs

“Are you tired? Worn out? Burned out on religion? Come to me. Get

away with me and you’ll recover your life. I’ll show you how to take

a real rest. 29 Walk with me and work with me – watch how I do it.

Learn the unforced rhythms of grace. I won’t lay anything heavy or

ill-fitting on you. 30 Keep company with me and you’ll learn to live

freely and lightly.” | Jesus – Matthew 11:28-30 MSG

I believe that the Jesus (who was born of a virgin, died, and rose again) is Lord.

I believe that God is Love, Spirit and Truth, and that the Bible is His Word to us.

I believe in the Ministry and Power of the Holy Spirit as The Comforter whom Jesus promised.

I believe that God has a good plan for all human beings and that is why He desires to have a nice relationship with us through Jesus Christ.

I believe that we are all created equal in the sight of God- skin color, tongue or race doesn’t matter.

I believe that we are global citizens belonging to one earth we must care for and should all have equal access to its resources.

I believe that there’s more than enough going around for all to enjoy. So why then oppress or try to manipulate another person?

I believe that the African continent is not a disgrace on the conscience of our minds but is gradually regaining its lost glory and contributing its part as a disrupter economy in the world.

I believe in the power of the community, service, love (respect for the individual), gleaning the facts, encouraging others, principled negotiations, and collaborative games.

I believe in the Law of Giving and Receiving– i.e., giving to God in the Kingdom and for a good cause in the community.

I believe in Miracles through Faith in God.

I believe that we can all learn the unforced rhythms of Grace.

I believe in the pursuit of excellence, be it- academics, professionalism, family, economic and political leadership, just to mention a few.

“If not excellence, what? If not excellence now, when?”- Tom Peters

For me it is abundantly clear that all that I have managed to achieve in life is by the grace of God. The unforced rhythms of grace I commend to you today.

Why not say with me: Jesus be the Lord and helper of my life. I will serve you all of my days and forsake my wrong doings. Baptize me with the Holy Sprit to share my experiences with you to others. Thank you Father, amen!