Stand to be Corrected!

54/100 #SoWillI #Inspired Have you ever corrected a fellow Christian's behavior only for them to attack you with Matthew 7:1? I get this verse thrown at my face almost weekly; mostly by people who misinterpret my social media posts and don't understand my sarcasm. "Judge not, that ye be not judged!" Stop judging! only God is my judge!" Romans [...]

When Church Resumes!!

51/100 #SoWillI #Inspired Remember when the COVID-19 pandemic hit the world and 'in-person' church fellowship was banned? You and I made it through that season. Praise God! We learnt so many lessons, including how fragile life is. Apart from church, schools were also closed and other public places regulated. It was unimaginable, like the world [...]


50/100 #SoWillI #Inspired The heated electioneering season in Kenya is over, right? Is it ever over? Or has it just began? Well, it depends with where you sit. For some, it was over the moment they cast their vote. For me, the internet appears less toxic and things are getting better. Truth be told, politics [...]

Have You Not Read?

49/100 #SoWillI #Inspired Did you know that on ten instances in the Bible Jesus asks 'Have you not read?' This question is embarrassing to an extend. I compare the scenarios with the times I have had a student's manual, or an employee's manual stacked in a bookshelf. Then go ahead breaking rules ignorantly, asking questions [...]

Pick Me!

48/100 #SoWillI #Inspired I remember in Primary school I had a classmate who always answered all questions asked; not all of them were right buts she had to try. Anytime the teacher would ask a question, she would shout 'pick me!' 'teacher pick me!' All we needed to do was raise our hands and get [...]


47/100 #SoWillI #Inspired This word 'freedom' has been used a lot by Kenyans in this elections season. Everyone tends to believe that their political candidate will bring some form of freedom. You have probably seen #FreedomIsComing #Freedom #FreedomIsHere #FreedomIsNotFree trending on social media. Of course the phrases have bee used to depict different political agendas. [...]