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News Features

What others say about the need for Christians to pray always

We are living in a time when men have come up with different kinds of prayers and confession lines. For example; a prayer to break generational curses, a prayer to align your destiny and more. The question I always ask is; do you have the revelation of the man that wrote that prayer? Prayer is so personal.

The need for prayer: why a true Christian should pray

With countless challenges brought about by Covid-19, people have resorted to calling on God to intervene and save them from hardships. But prayer should not be an emergency tool drawn out only when troubled.

Immorality and the Church: What has gone wrong?

We learn from Paul that we should not buy into the world’s scheme. The stench of it is so common that we have become accustomed to its rotten odour. We need to remind ourselves at this point that we have to live our lives in accordance to God’s Word...

Christianity and divorce: Can Christians divorce?

Divorce being a legal separation of the marriage union, the legal certificate talked about in Deuteronomy 24:1-4 and metaphorically through the prophets like Isaiah 50:1 and Jeremiah 3:8, is contradictory to the institution of marriage. No legal procedure should separate what God and love have put together.

Christianity and divorce: Can Christians divorce?

Divorce is not restricted merely to the non-Christian community. Christians are also flooding psychologists, courts of law, marriage counsellors and others Church councils seeking to resolve seemingly irreconcilable conflicts in marriage.



Women who first saw Christ’s resurrection

By Kate Tamale-Sali Did you know that it was the women who first saw Jesus after He rose from...

It is finished

The seven last sayings of Jesus at the Cross (part 3) Sixth and seventh By Pr...

My God, My God, I thirst

The seven last sayings of Jesus at the Cross (part 2) Fourth and Fifth By Pr...

The seven last sayings of Jesus at the Cross (Part 1)

First, second and third By Pr Isaiah White In The Seven Last Sayings of Jesus at...

What Easter is about | Good News Paper | Editorial | April 2021 Issue

By Dr Edward Tamale -Sali Exodus 12:13-14:   “And the blood shall be to you for a token upon...

Science and Health


Unpacking Isaiah 53:1-12

In all oppression and affliction, Jesus said not a word, like a sheep taken for slaughter. Jesus is the Lamb of God, who gives His life as a sacrifice in obedience and submission.

Lifestyle hacks to boost your immune system

Some foods contained nutrients that help the immune system function whereas others can actually decrease its power to fight back in case you get ill.

Unpacking Isaiah 26:1-21

Those who trust in Him will enjoy perfect peace. No wonder Jesus is spoken of as the Prince of Peace (Isaiah 9:6).

Unpacking Isaiah 20:1-6

At times, when God wants to capture our attention to Him, He will frustrate your purported source of hope and strength, so that you can look to Him alone. Nothing can ever take the place of God in our lives for protection, provision and sustainability, nothing!

Unpacking Isaiah 19:1-25

The Lord Himself will come and deal with Egypt, inciting civil wars and conflicts amongst Egyptians. God will devastate their sources of lively hood such as rivers drying up, making the land unproductive, fishing and every effort of their hands will be futile .





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