We Are Our Father’s Trophy- Biblical Inspiration for Authors (Christopher Barassa)

(James 1:18) “Of his own will begat he us with the word of truth, that we should be a kind of first fruits of his creatures”.The New Living Translation of the scripture above says “He chose to give birth to us by giving us his true word. And we, out of all creation, became his prized possession.” Of all the things in creation, we’re the first and the best; we’re the Father’s crown and beauty. This doesn’t describe everybody in

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Passion For Service, Being Passionate For Service – Biblical Inspiration for Authors (Rev Gideon Mudenyo)

Speaking of Passion, it brings glory to God, as we serve him passionately we lift him publicly and bring the honor to him. Passion is the zeal, inspiration, and tenacity; with holy intensity and impelling spiritual emotion. Speaking of Passion, it brings glory to God, as we serve him passionately we lift him publicly and bring the honor to him. Passion is the zeal, inspiration, and tenacity; with holy intensity and impelling spiritual emotion.

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Writing In The Power Of The Holy Spirit – Biblical Inspiration for Authors (Pst. Faith Mathenge)

There are many people naturally gifted in the world to write. There are many who have admirable command of languages. There are many books/ blogs/ poems/ songs being written and published in the world on a daily basis. Literature or artistic work done by a Christian should stand out from the “crowd”.

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Leadership Strategies for Authors – Biblical Inspiration for Authors (Joyce Wakini)

The Saviour of the world accepted the troubles that came with the position. He ensured the work was finished as was scheduled to happen - death. Unlike Samson, Jesus never took his eyes off the cross – a very painful goal - death. For such a kind gentleman, He didn't shy away from goals. We even know how He travelled long distances and long hours to teach people.

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Writing as Preservation – Biblical Inspiration for Authors (Jimmy Nzioki)

By Jimmy Nzioki During the CLC Kenya’s Entrpreneurs Webibar, we had a Bookpreneurship break-out session where we learnt that we should look at authorship as a responsibility and not just an opportunity. With that in mind, we’ll look at various authors in the Bible who took up the challenge of writing as a responsibility and more so as a way of preserving the events that occurred for the sake of future generations. Most if not all, wrote for the sake

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What is Jesus telling us? – Biblical Inspiration for Authors (Joyce Maina)

My name is Joyce Maina – a wife, mother and grandmother. Am a retired teacher and a career counsellor. Jesus is my Lord and Savior and He is the subject of our talk today. Let us start with a word of prayer: Heavenly Father, Lord God Almighty, by your Holy Spirit, give us wisdom to understand your Word, in the name of Jesus Christ, we pray. Amen. Just before Jesus was crucified, He told His disciples to wait in Jerusalem

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Being A Mouth-piece for God – Biblical Inspiration for Authors (Nicholas Odhiambo)

Each writer has his part and assignment in the overall plan. You have your assigned lane. If you don’t run on it, it will remain as is. God’s voice is put on paper for the others to read and act on. His agenda is made clear through the writings we do.

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The Power Of Writing In Securing The Future – Biblical Inspiration for Authors (Peter Achar)

Objectives: Writing: an effective technology since ages past. The significance of writing The implication to “we” the writers. Writing: an effective technology since ages past Our foundational scripture is; Romans 15:4 For whatever was thus written in former days was written for our instruction, that by [our steadfast and patient] endurance and the encouragement [drawn] from the Scriptures we might hold fast to and cherish hope. (AMP) In describing writing/books as a technology, Chad Grill the Chief Executive Officer of

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Rest Is An Author’s Weapon – Biblical Inspiration for Authors (Pst. Barnie Achoki)

Just like us, each time the Israelites encountered something difficult, they complained and grumbled against Moses and by extension against God. And so here Moses is inquiring about whom God will send him with. He acknowledges here that he needs help, he can’t do this by himself.

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Books for Legacy – Biblical Inspiration for Authors (Brian Prince)

Among the many possibilities of what Paul could requisition, he settled for his coat and his books (scrolls and parchments). This gives us a peek into the type of person Paul was. It seems to me that he had quite an appreciation for knowledge. It is no wonder he could hold his own against the best thinkers of the day at Athens at a time when philosophy ruled and Christianity was considered a sect!

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Using Books Authorship to Confront Non-reading Culture in Africa – Biblical Inspiration for Authors (Rev. Humphrey Kanga)

I see authors from Kenya and Africa as small Gideons. The Lord has called us to confront the wanting culture of writing and reading in our country and continent. We are sticking our necks out to fight the giants of the prevailing attitudes, that there are not many authors in Kenya; that Kenyans do not read; that all worthy reading books are from the western world.

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An Old Dusty Book – Biblical Inspiration for Authors (Pst. Kabuya Muito)

Therefore, push on, write and publish that book confidently. Then write another if you may. A fundi (carpenter) might discover it one day in an old building. He might give it to his bosses. And a nation might be changed forever. You never know.

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