Perspectives: Whose perspective runs your life?
It’s an easy read, making simple most of the concepts, principles and ideas you might encounter in Albert M. Wolters’ CREATION REGAINED : BIBLICAL BASICS FOR A REFORMATIONAL WORLDVIEW (of which I’m a big fan).
His examples are very African, borrowing heavily from the Kenyan experience.
He has something to say about Mammon, Fools, Family, Worship, Tribe, Values, Creativity, Politics, etc.
The 61-pages book goes for just Kshs. 200/=.
Gituma heard God’s clear call to His ministry in 1986 while at Lodwar High School.
Obedience to that call has led him to many places doing many things.
He presently leads a team that seeks to empower the disadvantaged (refugees, widows, orphans, disabled, etc).
Restore Hope Ministries is waiting for registration by the Registrar of Societies.
I commend Gituma and his book to you.
I attend Parklands Baptist with him; we both serve in the Church’s Media ministry.
He has also been actively involved in the Church’s Student Discipleship Ministry (SDM), serving students in Kenya’s universities and colleges.
He may be reached via: firstname.lastname@example.org and+254-(0)722220147.
For most recent updates on my campaign, click here.
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