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Blog Archives: December 2010

I don’t believe in coincidences, chances, or accidents

December 21, 2010
Josiah Katumu
I just finished the two meetings I had scheduled for today with the pastor of New City Fellowship-Chattanooga, Randy Nabors, and another fellow, while Kedric was visiting the local Ronald McDonald House. Kedric and I drove around looking for a coffee shop with wi-fi. Niedlov`s is the place we settle on, located in downtown. I find a table for us and get some coffee while I tell Ked about my meeting. In the far left corner is a lady working hard on her computer and, as usual, I talk loudly so she is able to hear everything I am saying....

Inadequacy is a Gift

December 21, 2010
Josiah Katumu
If you asked me what I thought about my trip to Chattanooga on Wednesday, December 8, my answer would have been, "Cold, very cold." I was freezing during the whole drive from Orlando, because we decided to take my friend, Kedric Webster's, car which didn’t have heat. I had a couple of jackets on, hand gloves, hood and a blanket, but nothing could beat Ked`s cold car. On the other hand though, I was able to hold snow in my hands for the very first time. I also experienced the pain of driving through sleet and icy roads. The Floridians (Kenyans ...

Cowboy Hats for Kenyans

December 21, 2010
Josiah Katumu
I got an opportunity to visit Houston, TX during the Fall break in October of ths year, thanks to Justin & Brandi Hyde and Dr. Jammie Johns of Hamoreh. Justin and I met in Kenya while I was there last Summer. He was preaching at my dad`s church in Utawala, Nairobi. He also taught a few classes at the Kenya Baptist Theological Seminary (KBTC-Brackenhurst) in Limuru during his visit to Kenya. I told him a little about the CRC and he seemed very excited about the idea of having a Resource Center which would cater for the needs of many pastors in ...

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