By Martha Awinoh International Women’s Day is celebrated around the world on March 8. An event marked in countries around the world and is set to acknowledge women’s significant contributions to society with the aim of achieving equality for women in all areas of life. This year, the annual event has been themed “Balance for […]

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By Martha Awinoh What does International Woman’s Day mean to you? International Women’s Day is a day when women are recognized for their achievements, regardless of divisions, be they national, ethnic, linguistic, cultural, economic or political. It is a chance to reflect on women’s achievements and to prepare for the future and the opportunities that […]

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Fiona Imbali                       Thousands of elated congregants of the African Brotherhood Church (ABC) on Sunday 10th April 2016 marked 70 years since the church was founded. A well organised band playing neatly choreographed pieces led the way for Archbishop the Most Reverend Dr. Timothy Ndambuki […]

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Fiona Imbali How will AICs Minister to a largely digital generation that is tech savvy? That is a question that many Theologians are currently grappling with as the world is advancing and becoming digitised in many aspects. Some have argued that the 21st century, is Africa’a century to exhale where growth and development and especially […]

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By Fiona Imbali For communities to thrive, prosper and experience equitable development, its leaders must be progressive thinkers.  Archbishop Stephen Marete of the National Independent Churches of Kenya urges leaders to know God’s heart, obey him and think about long term development processes to ensure that their communities and nations prosper. He noted that Israel […]

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  The Organization of African Instituted Churches has continued the process of expanding and updating its Theological Education curriculum. In 2012, the general objectives for the Theology and Ministry Formation Program were to strengthen the provision of theological education in and for the African Independent Church context as well as to articulate the interest of […]

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