Where we strive to keep an unending knowledge and praise of our God in everyone, and to ultimately bring people to Jesus Christ through beautiful songs of praise in different African languages, dialects, and other languages.           

No matter what hardship sin has caused in your life, it doesn’t have to defeat you. Repent of your sins today! 

Christian, you are Christ’s Ambassador; the “Bible” unbelievers read. Therefore, strive to walk daily in the footsteps of Jesus Christ, with the help of the Holy Spirit.

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  • Lara George, Nigeria
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  • Rev Benjamin Dube, SA
  • Patrick Duncan, SA
  • Ohemaa Mercy, Ghana
  • Philemon (Ishmael Philemon Ackon), Ghana
  • Lilly Perez, Nigeria
  • Kefee (Kefee Obareki Don Momoh), Nigeria
  • Kambua Manundu, Kenya
  • Sinach (Osinachi Joseph), Nigeria
  • Bahati Tena (Kevin Kioko), Kenya
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  • Kambua Manundu, Kenya
  • Willy Paul (Wilson Abubakar Radido), Kenya3
  • Ada (Ada Ogochukwu Ehi), Nigeria
  • Jennifer Mgendi, Tanzania
  • Joyce Blessing, Ghana
  • Mike Abdul, Nigeria
  • Pastor Solly Mahlangu, SA
  • Paul Clement,  Tanzania

  • When you find yourself in a situation that's over your head, don't give in to fear, but trust that God is able to sustain you in the midst of trouble.
July 11, 2010
  • One way to let the peace of God rule in your heart is to be thankful for all the good things He has provided. November 24, 2013
  • The world around us is in a tremendous uproar, yet we can be at peace, knowing that God is still in control. We are comforted by His voice, and we know that His purposes and plans will ultimately work out. A few verses further on in Psalm 46 we can read these words:
  • The stars may not spell it out in words, but we should get their message, that there is a creator.
February 7, 2010
  • The only righteousness acceptable in heaven is the righteousness of God received through faith in Jesus Christ. - May 24, 2015
  • One way that parents can make sure that their arrows (children) hit the target of God's plan for their lives is by instilling in them good, Biblical training in childhood. Proverbs 22:6 says
  • Jesus is the only person whose arrow has ever hit the target of God's standard of righteousness. If put our faith in Jesus, God counts Jesus'  arrow the same as if it were our arrow.
October 12, 2008
  • We must not allow an unforgiving heart to come between us and our brothers and sisters, because it will also come between us and our heavenly Father.
March 7, 2010
  • We cannot allow our minds to dwell on Satan's lies. We must renew our minds by the Word of God.
November 9, 2009
  • Nobody likes to wait, but waiting on God helps to develop our faith in Him, trusting that he will work out His plans for us in His time.  October 19, 2016

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11 Hindrances to Evangelism.

Evangelism is the practice of taking the gospel of Christ to those who have not accepted Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior so they have the opportunity to hear it, repent, accept and obey Him. However, a lot of believers find it hard to share this good news for some reasons. Click here to read more …

_96733225_976sqclosecrop Terry Gobanga

The Mysterious and Gracious Ways of our God: The amazing story of Pastor Terry Gobanga.

One day I was sitting on the balcony looking at the birds chirping away and I said: “God, how can you take care of the birds and not me?” In that instant I remembered there are 24 hours a day – sitting in depression with your curtains closed, no-one’s going to give you back those 24 hours. Before you know, it’s a week, a month, a year wasted away. That was a tough reality“. Click here to read more …

If you wish to support Pastor Terry, please visit her organization at Kara Olmurani

Choose to Praise

7 Reasons Why We Praise God

“Praise the LORD” is the beginning phrase of Psalms 146-150.  Thirty-nine times in these five  Psalms he uses the word “praise” in reference to the LORD.    Click here to read more…..

Soweto Gospel Choir

Why is trusting God so difficult?


The Bible says this about trusting God, “Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding” (Proverbs 3:5). Furthermore, it tells us that “He who trusts in himself is a fool. . .” (Proverbs 28:26). Still, most of us have difficulty trusting God at least at one point or another in our walk with Him.
There are probably many reasons why trusting is difficult. God’s ways don’t always make sense to us. God told Noah to build an ark. It may have never rained up to this point and the nearest body of water was probably many miles away. It could not have made much sense to Noah at all (story found in Genesis 6-8). We want life to make sense. We always want to set our own terms and timetables.
God works on a different timetable than our minds comprehend. God promised Abraham a son from his own body through his wife Sarah. It was at least 24 years before this promise was fulfilled in the manner in which God had promised. In the meantime, Abraham and Sarah had difficulty trusting God and tried their own methods to fulfill the promise (read about this in Genesis 15-17). We want what we want, and we want it. . .now! It is difficult to trust in a plan that requires us to surrender all control of the time for completion.
In order to trust in God, you must totally surrender your will, your ideas, your desires, and your future in to God’s hands. Many of us are “control freaks.” We don’t want to give the control of any part of our lives over to another. If you don’t believe that God loves you fully and really does have your best interests at heart and desires the very best for you, trusting Him is going to be extremely difficult. It takes a very special relationship to allow that measure of surrender. Most of us have a tendency to claim trust in God. However, at the first sign of any difficulty or trial, we think that God must not love us because He is allowing this difficulty to happen. The trial is exactly what God is using to test the level of trust that we have in Him.
In spite of the trials, we always have God’s promise that the trials and tests that we go through are for our good (Romans 8:28, Hebrews 12:2, 2 Corinthians 4:17, James 1:2). We learn that it is through trust that our relationship with God strengthens and our love for Him grows.
We can trust in many things. None, however, offer the protection plan, the long-term security, or the benefits that trusting in God offers. All the other things in which we place our trust can fail. God never fails! In the words of King David, “. . .Do not be afraid or discouraged, for the LORD God, my God, is with you. He will not fail you or forsake you. . .” (1 Chronicles 28:20).

All About Life Challenges: Trusting God. Retrieved from https://www.allaboutlifechallenges.org/trusting-god-faq.htm

Soweto Gospel Choir

10 Words That Could Lead You To Great Success

Having published hundreds of success stories over the years, whether that of Holocaust survivor Felix Zandman who to survive, lived in a tiny underground ditch for 17 months and later became a world renown physicist who built a Fortune 500 company, or Elizabeth Keckley, an ex-slave who became a successful businesswoman and a close confidant and friend to Mary Todd Lincoln, wife of President Lincoln, or that of John Van Hengel, who from a dumpster in 1967 began the world’s first food bank, they all had one thing in common:
What they had in common can be stated in just 10 words: They committed themselves to their dreams and acted on them.
Many people believe it is only the gifted, the well-educated, and the well-connected people that attain great success. But in fact it is almost always those people who have to overcome seemingly overwhelming odds that achieve the extraordinary.
Paul Orfalea, the Kinko’s founder was so dyslexic, he could barely read, had no money, and could not work the machines at Kinko’s other than the photocopier. Carl Karcher, the founder of Carl’s Jr., which also includes Hardee’s, had an 8th grade education, no money and began with a hot dog cart.
Sidney Poitier attended just one year of grade school but self-educated himself and worked as a janitor to receive acting lessons, as he rose from poverty into the famous actor and director he became.
In every case, it started with a dream, a dream being something everyone has. But the difference was these people committed themselves to make that dream a reality and they put vigorous action behind that commitment.
Ulysses S. Grant failed at everything he ever tried until he focused on his military career, a career that led him to U.S. Civil War victory and he subsequently became President of the United States.
Nolan Miller rose from poverty to attain his boyhood dream of dressing most of Hollywood’s top leading ladies and Ray Bradbury became a bestselling writer despite having no college education or formal training.
Your success is up to you. You can leave your dreams a fantasy or you can commit yourself to them and take strong action behind them. If so, great things could happen for you as well.

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