Globally, for the past few weeks, social media has been abuzz with the recent Royal Wedding in the United Kingdom, making watching the videos one of my to-do list in a few days😊! So I am not going to delve into conclusions of the whys and why nots and definitely not the hows, though some are quite taunting already. On a lighter note though, I guess am glad wine did not run out because having to call Jesus to change water into wine would have added the extra spice in the online waves!!
In Africa, the news seem to focus on the Ebola outbreak in Congo and the struggles that people face when a country is faced with war while others are fighting against injustices. A good example currently is that of a Sudan teen who is now challenging the court’s decision to sentence her to death because of killing her husband who raped her...#JusticeForNoura
In Kenya, media stations seem to focus on our greedy authoritative figures who are only focused on filling their pockets as if they are so empty or full of holes. It is with much sadness that we can be so blinded to what is important…whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure,whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable – if anything is excellent or praise worthy, think about such things. Because if this becomes a habit, maybe just maybe, it would be possible to turn away from such wickedness...#NYSscandal #Maizescandal
In Nairobi and I would say in my personal life, the trending news in the past week has been about a conference at CITAM Valley Road, that focuses on family. This month is dedicated to Family teachings that are biblical and practical. The conference is dubbed Family Fest...#CITAMFamilyFest
So which of these do you think is the most important news to follow? Should that be the main factor when perusing the social media for news…that it needs to be important? How would we know it is so if we do not take the time to read it first? Which one will make God stop and attract Him to read through the whole content?
Last Saturday, I got to attend a Family related conference in my church, CITAM Valley Road from 9am to 5pm. However, almost at the end of the day, news of how people are using their global power and position to negatively influence current and future generations through dismantling family values was indeed my highlight and the purpose of this post today.
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Comprehensive Sexual Education (CSE) is a strategy by the evil one to take adversely influence young minds and hence form a life long problem that will lead to international corporations making money from offering ‘solutions’ to the same problems they created. United Nations is at the forefront of this campaign that has already been introduced in various countries in the world.
If our children will be taught that sexuality is really their choice and them being born a specific gender may actually just be a phase, then I vote NO!! How does teaching children how to masturbate and touch each other genitals prevent teen pregnancies??? This is a very explicit program that defies the basic values of a solid family, leave alone a Christian one. Feel free to find more information about the contents. This is a call for everyone to join the fight against this wicked scheme. Yes, prayer is good, but I believe there is need to put our faith into action.
You can partly do this by signing the online petition. May you be convicted to not only sign the petition, but share this widely. As we remember:
Hosea 4:6 My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge: because thou hast rejected knowledge, I will also reject thee, that thou shalt be no priest to me: seeing thou hast forgotten the law of thy God, I will also forget thy children.
God bless and see you next week Friday😇!!
#Hopeforyouandme #CSE #JusticeforNoura #NYSscandal #Maizescandal