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Pentecostalism can be a way of staying African

We were really pleased to read the recent short report by Daewon Moon, Pentecostalism in African Christianity: the formation and scope of a distinctive spirituality. He identifies African Pentecostalism as a distinctively African way of being Christian. Not only does this have its own indigenous African roots going back hundreds […]

A faith bigger than mine

Our friend Eli had just invested everything he had in a fruit farm – 3 years to come to maturity. No worries, he thought – he has stable work as a bajaji (like a tuktuk) driver. That will provide for his family and when the farm matures they’ll be on […]