Manariwa means “be refreshed” or “be renewed”, from the root sariwa, “fresh”. It reflects the idea in Romans 12:2 of being changed by the renewing of our minds. Words and ideas are the powerful tools of humans to create goodness and to produce infinite change in the inner person and in the human environment. The challenge still stands: be perfect!
Introduction To fully appreciate 2022 and understand the exchange of fiery volleys we see and sometimes personally encounter as individuals and as a globalized society, we need to review the major role that one important character – a hero to many and a villain to many others – played in our history as a nation […]
We have reviewed the past 500 years since the most daring and successful expedition undertaken by Magellan’s Spanish fleet climaxed the Age of Exploration launched by the powerful European nations in the 16th century as they expanded their global empires through establishing more and more colonies within unexplored regions. We have also surveyed how the […]
The present health crisis has redefined worship in ways we have not even imagined possible during the dark history of the early believers who went underground, literally, and met in catacombs during great persecutions by Roman emperors. Remember how the powers (whether visible and invisible) could not diminish the zeal and sacrifice of those disciples […]
The Greeks have several words for the simple English word LOVE. Divine or unconditional love is agape. Storge is familial love. Affectionate or Friendly love is philia. Romantic or erotic love is eros. Of course, English has its own varieties, apart from the phrases above. There is adore, which can be used for divinity, for […]
Religion played a major role in diluting and diverting the hearts and minds of people from the true worship that Yah taught and experienced with Adam and Eve in the Garden. No, worship is not a one-way experience that humans alone have with their Creator. For if it were so, then Yah would be the […]