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Meet The Woman Who Won 10 Million On Bonyeza Ushinde

You remember the woman  hairdresser from east lands who won ksh 10 million shillings from the previous competition dubbed Tetemesha na Safaricom? now meet yet another woman Elizabeth  Nguthiru who has won herself the same amount from the just ended competition Bonyeza Ushinde.


The competition has been on going for weeks now dubbed Bonyeza Ushinde where subscribers had a chance of walking away with Millions worth of prizes. Many Safaricom subscribers tried their luck to win the ultimate prize  some luckily  won themselves the daily prizes of 1,000,000 million Kenyan shillings a factor that gave many the morale to continue playing the competition.

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The ultimate winner was announced Safaricom C.E,O Bob Collymore  on Tuesday 15th October 2013  and she goes by name Elizabeth Nguthiru a simple and humble Kenyan woman from Othaya County. She won herself  the Grand prize of 10 Milllion shillings plus an Isuzu pickup.

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(Photos) Check How The Launch Of Xtreem Awards Went Down

Xtreem Awards a new Kenyan gospel award set to recognize and promote fresh talent in the Kenyan gospel industry was launched on Friday 11th October at CRC.

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Graced by gospel artistes from Nairobi this launch was set to be a must attend as they were bringing a substantiated perspective to the industry.  Among those who attended are Vicky Kitonga , Ringtone, Eko Dydda , Kris Erroh Rosy Ohon among others.

Check photos below :

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Israel Houghton Set To Release Movie “I’m In Love With Church Girl” Starring Ja Rule

Israel Houghton a prolific worship leader, musician, songwriter, producer & recording artist is now set to release soundtrack for film” Im in love with a church girl” .


Houghton is the recipient of 5 Grammy-Awards, 13 Dove Awards, 2 Stellar Awards, a Soul Train Music Awards and many more. In 1995, Houghton formed New Breed Ministries that gave way to his debut releases in 1997 Whisper It Loud, and Way of the World. Since that time Houghton has released 11 solo and group CD’s and has consistently been a commercial success with Billboard chart toppers New Season, Power of One, and the current Jesus At The Center. He achieved Gold-selling albums with Alive in South Africa, and Live From Another Level.

Houghton merged his NEW BREED entity with Galley Molina’s RGM (Reverence Gospel Media) creating RGM-NEW BREED Music, a new multimedia and music company. The company released Houghton’s Jesus At The Center garnering him his fifth Grammy Award and in 2013 released their second music release, Darlene Zschech’s Revealing Jesus.  RGM-NEW BREED will release their first feature film “I’m in Love with a Church Girl,” starring Ja Rule, Adrienne Bailon, Stephen Baldwin and Vincent Pastore, on October 18, 2013 marking their first foray in the faith-based feature films genre.  The pair has begun work on their next projects, co-writing two new screenplays.


Keep it here as we will keep you posted as soon as the soundtrack and movie are out.


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10 Things You Need To Stop Doing To Yourself

At times in life we get things wrong and only come to realize when its too late that we got it all wrong and thus the need to apologies to the offended or change our character for better.

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We usually go a step further of getting mad at ourselves and end up cursing our actions. To be able to live a life free of guilt and low self esteem here are 10 things to stop doing to yourself.


 1. Stop spending time with the wrong people.

Life is too short to spend time with people who suck the happiness out of you.  If someone wants you in their life, they’ll make room for you.  You shouldn’t have to fight for a spot.  Never, ever insist yourself to someone who continuously overlooks your worth.  And remember, it’s not the people that stand by your side when you’re at your best, but the ones who stand beside you when you’re at your worst that are your true friends.

2. Stop running from your problems. 

Face them head on.  No, it won’t be easy.  There is no person in the world capable of flawlessly handling every punch thrown at them.  We aren’t supposed to be able to instantly solve problems.  That’s not how we’re made.  In fact, we’re made to get upset, sad, hurt, stumble and fall.  Because that’s the whole purpose of living – to face problems, learn, adapt, and solve them over the course of time.  This is what ultimately molds us into the person we become.

3. Stop trying to be someone you’re not.

One of the greatest challenges in life is being yourself in a world that’s trying to make you like everyone else.  Someone will always be prettier, someone will always be smarter, someone will always be younger, but they will never be you.  Don’t change so people will like you.  Be yourself and the right people will love the real you.

4. Stop trying to hold onto the past.

You can’t start the next chapter of your life if you keep re-reading your last one.

5. Stop being scared to make a mistake.

Doing something and getting it wrong is at least ten times more productive than doing nothing.  Every success has a trail of failures behind it, and every failure is leading towards success.  You end up regretting the things you did NOT do far more than the things you did.

6. Stop trying to buy happiness.

Many of the things we desire are expensive.  But the truth is, the things that really satisfy us are totally free – love, laughter and working on our passions.

7. Stop being idle.

Don’t think too much or you’ll create a problem that was not even there in the first place.  Evaluate situations and take decisive action.  You cannot change what you refuse to confront.  Making progress involves risk.

8. Stop getting involved in relationships for the wrong reasons.

Relationships must be chosen wisely.  It’s better to be alone than to be in bad company.  There’s no need to rush.  If something is meant to be, it will happen – in the right time, with the right person, and for the best reason. Fall in love when you’re ready, not when you’re lonely.

9. Stop being jealous of others.

Jealousy is the art of counting someone else’s blessings instead of your own.  Ask yourself this:  “What’s something I have that everyone wants?”

10. Stop blaming others for your troubles.

The extent to which you can achieve your dreams depends on the extent to which you take responsibility for your life.  When you blame others for what you’re going through, you deny responsibility – you give others power over that part of your life.


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Recently Saved Nollywood Star “Jim Iyke” Attends Church

Renown Nigerian actor Jim Iyke who hit the headlines of many News stations a few days ago  when he was delivered from his past life at the synagogue church in Nigeria.

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Jim Iyke is presently in Ghana and he worshiped at Nadia Buari’s (top actor in Ghana) church and during the vigil he tweeted an inspirational words  of the man of God.

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He wrote, “His mercy grants true happiness and salvation which you quest. It’s devoid of popular opinion. Rev Godspeed Angels.”


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6 Deadly Things You Should Never Say To Someone

There are some sentences that act like deadly silent ninjas, killing self-confidence and antagonizing your friends, family and colleagues—the worst thing is that you might not even realize it.

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You’ve just said something wrong. The other person is looking at you with a red angry face, but the issue is not about what you’ve said, it’s about what they’ve heard. Here are 6 things you should never say to anyone:

1. “I don’t care”

What they hear when you say that: “Leave me alone. I have better things to do than listen to you.”

Explain why you would love to hear about that subject, and why “right now” is not the best time for you. Everybody matters. Not caring about someone is denying their existence: If people matter for you, you will matter for them.

2. “You’re wrong”

What they hear when you say that : “You are stupid. You know nothing. You’re worthless.”

Always ask questions to make sure you and the other person are working on the same assumptions. Never be too fast to criticize.

3. “You can’t do it”

What they hear when you say that: “You don’t have what it takes to do it, no matter how hard you try; So why do you even try?”

Why would you set someone up for failure? I understand that you don’t want your friend to have delusions, and you could feel that it is your duty to stop that person before they hurt themselves, but I would like to ask you: how can you judge what is good for somebody? And what if failure was the best path for growth?

Always encourage people who have chosen a challenging path.Good judgement comes with experience, but experience comes from bad judgement

4. “This should be easy”

What they hear when you say that: “It’s easy for most people. If you have trouble doing it, there is probably something wrong about you”

If someone is struggling and coming for help, then they have trust you enough to show you their weakness. Don’t rub their face in it by saying “This should be easy”. Acknowledge the challenges that people encounter and value their commitment to overcome them.

5. “I told you so”

What they hear when you say that: “You did not listen to me. That’s all your fault. I’m so much better than you.”

Don’t keep tabs on who’s right and who’s wrong. If it were a competition, the one keeping tabs would be the one losing. Help other people at all times than discouraging them, it hurts them even more.

6. “As I just said before…”

What they hear: “You don’t listen to me. You’re making me repeat myself. You’re so annoying and dumb”

This is a very sneaky conversation killer. If someone asks you a question and you point out that you’ve already answered it, then you’re killing their willingness to learn, or even to have a slight interest in what you say.

It is good to Say the same thing in another way and by illustrating it differently.

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Alemba Hype Masta Releases His New Single “Around” With Award Winning Jamaican Singer “Kristine Alicia” (Listen)

Hype Master Alemba “In Heaven A Member” of System Unit has released his new single with Jamaican Best Female gospel artiste Kristine Alicia.

alemba hypemaster post Kristine Alicia is loved by many especially here in Kenya for her singles Rescue Me and Plead which get a huge airplay on local gospel shows. kristine alicia 1 Now Alemba meets Kristine Alicia in his new song called Around which will be another one for the Hype Masta who brought us another international collabo called “Am Walking” with gospel singer Exodus of  Uganda 

Around & Around written by Jonte Mughengi of Chosen Records, and you can listen to it below . Now Presenting Around and Around By Kristine Alicia and Alex Alemba

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5 Types Of Women You Should Date

Finding a good woman is not an easy task, especially in an era where some women are master manipulators who abuse their female body which is the temple of God. Still, there are a lot of good women out there with traits that would make any guy happy.


1. God Fearing

It is very important to date a woman who believes in God and the bible teachings. We all know that God comes first before anything else thus the need to believe and trust in him and the choices we make. A God fearing woman will guide you using the scripture in times of difficulties or happiness.

2. The Independent Woman

The independent woman has a real life of her own and is happily going in her own positive direction. She’s the type who wants a man in her life, but doesn’t need a man in her life.

3. The Loyal Woman

This type of woman is ready to go to war with you and take on whatever obstacle life presents. She’s not the type that will be checking out other guys, but will keep her attention focused on you, the man in her life. Whether or not she’s up for first prize in a beauty contest, this type of woman will lift you up when you need it, provide constructive criticism to make you a better man and be on your side no matter what.

4. The Sweetheart

The sweetheart is a woman who’s positive, compassionate and gentle. She’s a genuine person who considers you in every situation. She’s always truly happy to see you and you find yourself looking forward to spending time with her. This type of woman is pretty rare, but if you can find one, you’ve got a real treasure on your hands.

5. The Low Maintenance Woman

The low maintenance woman is rational, not emotionally clingy, is comfortable doing things on her own and does not require constant reassurances. She really doesn’t care about how much money you have — she just likes you for you and not for what she can take from you. Unlike the high maintenance woman, she accepts herself as she is and is comfortable with her good points, as well as her bad ones. And she feels the same about you.

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Newly Wed Emmy Kosgei Surprised With Another Present

Things are really working well for the renown gospel singer and newly wed sister Emmy Kosgei. A few weeks back she received an amazing car from her husband Anslem Madubuko and now she has yet another gift coming her way.

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The ever happy Emmy kosgei cannot stop smiling as she has had great surprises constantly coming her way. She has yet again been surprised by being  nominated for BEFFTA AWARDS (Black Entertainment Film Fashion Television and Art) in the Best International Gospel Act Category.

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BEFFTA Awards is a distinctly special awards ceremony honouring the best showbiz and entertainment personalities in the black and ethnic communities in the UK, USA, Africa, Caribbean, Canada and globally.

BEFFTA Awards is the first of its kind rewarding under one roof outstanding achievements and contributions from Africans, Caribbeans and Asians in entertainment, film, fashion, television and arts. This international prestigious ceremony celebrates an all round accomplishments of a hard working community within entertainment and showbiz especially the unknown talent that need exposure.

The award ceremony is set to take place on  25th and 26th October hosted by international comedian Eddie Kadi and ITV news reader Charlene white.Online voting starts on the 6th of October.


Keep it ULIZA LINKS as we’ll update on more details about the event.


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6 Lessons Singles In Waiting Should Learn

While you’re waiting for that special person God has prepared for you, there is a need for you to learn and possess certain virtues that will help while in marriage.

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Here are six Virtues that will help Singles in waiting:

1. Patience

You need this virtue in times when things don’t work out as planned in marriage, when there is a delay in expected outcomes in every area of marriage, when you’ve put in all efforts and it seems results are not forthcoming and when you have expectations from your spouse and it’s not forth coming as it ought to in certain areas of your marriage.
Even while raising and taking care of children, one needs to exercise patience in handling, instructing, directing, advising, encouraging and correcting them. Some children are slow learners and will need extra time and attention to be given to them before they can grasp what is being taught to them. If you lack patience your efforts will be highly frustrated and fruitless in marriage.
Patience is waiting for your own time to get married and not getting married because your friends/age mates are getting married.

2. Tolerance

This is one virtue you will definitely need because you will be living with an entirely different person with a different mindset, different ways and approaches in doing things. The person will have a different way of life, different beliefs and understanding of how things should be done, a person with standards higher than or below yours, a person with a different background.

So while you work towards bringing understanding between you and your spouse and change in unpleasant behaviours, Be Tolerant!

3. Self Control

Many of us as singles have high altitudes of anger level that we can say and do anything to anyone when we are angry. We unleash such high altitude of anger on family and friends without control. But my dear, when you lack control over your anger you can say such derogatory and depressing words that might not heal or might take longer time to heal in the heart of your spouse.
Words are powerful and can do great harm. Proverbs 18:21 says “Death and Life are in the power of the tongue, they that love it shall eat the fruit thereof”.
Your actions too can cause irreparable damage if not controlled. It is advisable to think of how best to handle the situation rather than being sorry for an irreparable damage caused, Proverbs 16:32 says, “He that is slow to anger is better than the mighty, and he that hath rule over his spirit than he that has taken a city”.
Having control over your anger will help you solve the problem better than retaliating, exchanging words, using force and physical strength (fighting) upon each other. Ecclesiastes 7:9 Says “Be not hasty in your spirit to be angry, for anger rests in the bosom of fools”.
For the ladies, have enough self control not to confront your husband with fights and have a restraint on what you say when you are angry. For the guys, no matter what your wife says to you in anger, it is absolutely, completely, entirely and totally wrong to beat a woman particularly, your wife.

4. Understanding

We all possess weaknesses in different areas of our lives. Understanding eases communication and the flow of love and peace in the family, Prov. 4:7 says “wisdom is the principal thing, therefore get wisdom and with all thy getting, get Understanding”.
Knowing and understanding the weaknesses of your spouse should enable you to support and encourage your spouse in order to strengthen those weaknesses he/she possesses. It might be a deficiency in knowledge or skill your spouse has that you are better informed in. You can teach your spouse in other to sharpen that weak point he/she has to become a strong point for him/her. it should be used for the benefit of the two of you as one.
Every gift, talent, knowledge, idea, skill that you possess, that you have gained while you are single should be beneficial to your spouse. You are to complement each other with your strengths and strengthen each other’s weaknesses.

5. Willingness To Learn

Be open to learn! You will be getting married to a person who has a different approach to getting things done. Don’t say, “No, I can’t do it that way. That’s not how I was taught to do it” or “That’s not how I was brought up to do it”.
For the ladies, you may end up marrying a man whose culture is different from yours and so you are going to learn how to prepare different types of foods and ways to serve them. Besides, even if you are of the same tribe and culture, there will still exist differences in ways and understanding of doing things. As it is said, no knowledge is a waste. Knowing how to do a particular thing in different ways becomes an advantage to you.
Everything you’ve learnt while single will be useful to you in marriage and you keep learning and growing in knowledge after getting married. Knowledge gained can also be used to teach others and make meaningful impact in their lives.

6. Prayers

A family that Prays together stays together. Sir/Ma, Prayer is the key. Prayer does in the spiritual what man cannot achieve in the physical and brings desired results to the physical. Prayer goes a long way to influence and bring about a positive change, so while you are yet single, be prayerful!
Matt 21:22 says, “And in all things, whatsoever ye shall ask in prayer believing, ye shall receive”. Do you want to bring about a desired outcome in the life of your husband/wife?, pray about it, take it to God in prayers. Whatever that is not going well or needs to get better than what it is, pray about it. Mark 11:24 says “Therefore I say unto you, What things so ever you desire, when ye pray, believe that ye receive them and ye shall have them”. Don’t just talk, nag and complain about it “Prayers do for man what he cannot achieve with his physical abilities”. Cultivate the habit of praying rather than murmuring, talking, nagging and complaining about it. The need to be prayerful cannot be overemphasized and exhausted. Prayer Changes things!

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6 Things Women Are Insecure About

When it comes to dating, most women have a few insecurities and they tend to worry about very different things than men. Your actions can make a big difference on how secure she’ll feel when she’s with you.

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Here are 5 things women worry about when it comes to dating or being in a relationship

1. She thinks you might not call her after a date

The first step to building a woman’s trust is to following through with what you promise her. So if you say you are going to call her on Thursday, call her Thursday. If you say Friday, do it. If that’s not your style, though, or you’d like to keep a little mystery, don’t be definite about when you’ll be calling. It’s better than breaking a promise and at least she won’t be waiting by the phone on a certain day.

2. He’s  dating other women

A woman is constantly suspicious that her man is cheating on her – because despite the fact that her man has constantly reassured her about the quality of her personality and her muffins, she is still unsure of herself.

3. She thinks you’re not that interested

At times, even the most confident woman sometimes needs a little reassurance that you’re interested in her and that she still has it. You could let her know how special she is to you by complimenting her or sending her flowers.

4. Career

A few women are also apparently concerned about their jobs; either that they simply don’t have a job, that they would like to have a better or more commonly respected job; or, they already have a good career but are insecure about their status in the company, their ability to climb the ladder, their male competition

5. Age

Women also are insecure about their age. They want to look young, are jealous of other women, and are constantly trying to find the right foods and products which will fight the aging process.

6.  He just want to sleep with me 

A woman in a new relationship is also constantly worrying that the man is only interested in her for sex – because she is also insecure about whether or not there is anything interesting or desirable about her besides her body- and must once again be reassured by the man that he likes her personality and ambitions.



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(Watch Video) Astar Hosts KTN Anchor Anne Kiguta On CTA 101 Hangout

Astar the light who is the Ambassador for the Google Plus hangout in Kenya hosted a special guest on his hangout zone on Thursday.

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Every THURSDAY from 10:30am Richard Njau “Astar”  hosts a #CTA101 G+ Hangout with a CSI (Culture Shaping Icon) that is an individual within the media and entertainment industry who is using their gifts and talents to positively influence society.

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Anne Kiguta was the special guest on CTA 101 hangout zone and she shared about her journey to her job as a news anchor. The amazing thing is that Anne has a strong faith in the word of GOD and thats what has been a light upon her feet.

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Rufftone Features Mzazi Willy Tuva, DJ Celeb, Anto Ndiema, DJ Soxxy And Papa Shirandula In New Video “Wololo Yaye”

Renown Gospel singer Rufftone Igigi has done something great thing and how great is this other than featuring a young upcoming artiste in his new project.

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Wololo is the new video by Rufftone Igigi and Ephy Young who is an uprising gospel artiste in the Kenyan gospel ministry. Bringing you a new thing is what Rufftone has done and features other big names in the video including Mzazi Willy Tuva , Dj Soxxy Deejay Celeb Anto Ndiema and great actor Papa Shirandula.

Now introducing Wololo By Rufftone Igigi and Ephy Young Directed By Young Wallace of Convex Media.



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What!! Living As A Gay And A Christian?

There has been a great debate in the public domain with the continuous  publications by various media stations including blogs on ‘gay rights’ or matters affecting homosexuals.


Homosexuals came out publicly saying  they were not happy with the cold reception  some of them were receiving from the general public. one of them recently admitted in his life story to be “a gay gospel artist” a remark that did not go down well with many who did not understand his reason for being a gay and a christian at the same time.

According to author  S. Michael Houdmann of GotQuestions:

What differentiates a Christian’s life from a non-Christian’s life is the struggle against sin. The Christian life is a progressive journey of overcoming the “acts of the flesh” (Galatians 5:19-21) and allowing God’s Spirit to produce the “fruit of the Spirit” (Galatians 5:22-23). Yes, Christians sin, sometimes horribly. Sadly, sometimes Christians are indistinguishable from non-Christians. However, a true Christian will always repent, will always eventually return to God, and will always resume the struggle against sin. But the Bible gives no support for the idea that a person who perpetually and unrepentantly engages in sin can indeed be a Christian. Notice1 Corinthians 6:11, “And that is what some of you were. But you were washed, you were sanctified, you were justified in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ and by the Spirit of our God.”

Is it possible to be a gay Christian? If the phrase “gay Christian” refers to a person who struggles against homosexual desires and temptations – yes, a “gay Christian” is possible. However, the description “gay Christian” is not accurate for such a person, since he/she does not desire to be gay, and is struggling against the temptations. Such a person is not a “gay Christian,” but rather is simply a struggling Christian, just as there are Christians who struggle with fornication, lying, and stealing. If the phrase “gay Christian” refers to a person who actively, perpetually, and unrepentantly lives a homosexual lifestyle – NO, it is not possible for such a person to truly be a Christian.

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Pastor M : “Excellence Is Not Something You Put For A Show”

Don’t you just love how Pastor M speaks as he has these words that just moves you to keep going and that’s what I call the favor of GOD.

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Its been a while since we shared articles about our pastor’s and today we return back with another great motivational article

Meet Pastor M as he shares about Excellence and you can read below :

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He was practically sprinting because of how late he was for the important meeting. He mind was on overdrive, striving to come up with an acceptable excuse. Finally, he opened the door to the boardroom. To his great relief, most of the other attenders had not yet arrived. Only the company secretary was there, and everyone knew she was always on time. After greeting her happily, he said, ‘Phew, I thought I was late!’

Okay, that’s a fictional story. But it’s one that is replayed many times every day in our city where we often run on AMT (African Mean Time)! The thinking is that if everyone else came later than me, then obviously I can’t be late. But this just a symptom of the fact that our standards of excellence are not based on an internal frame of reference but on what others around us are doing.

So guess what happens in Nairobi when you start an innovative business? Some sharp Kenyans will ‘copy paste’ it and soon everyone else will be doing it! This practice is not just the preserve of small ‘jua kali’ businesses. A few years ago, a local bank developed the innovative idea that they could lend to the ‘un-bankable’. After years of backbreaking labor, it finally began to pay off. So every other bank quickly rushed to copy what they were doing! ‘Copy and paste’ seems to be a national value. Have you ever noticed how identical most of our news programs are on TV, including the intro clock at a certain time? If you watch in black and white and ignore the company logo, it’s impossible to know what channel you’re watching!

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Now I need to say at this point that there’s nothing wrong with doing market research or with adopting what is obviously working elsewhere! But we need to be careful that we’re not just following the herd, dependent on what others are doing. The inevitable result is inconsistency and mediocrity.

The good book has a great story about a civil servant named Daniel who regularly got promoted regardless of which government was in charge. After sixty years of public service, his envious opponents commissioned an audit of his work to try and get him fired. But it was futile! As the story goes, ‘Finally these men said, “We will never find any basis for charges against this man Daniel unless it has something to do with the law of his God.”’

Daniel’s excellence was not based on who was watching or on what the competition was doing. It came out of knowing who he was and what God expected of him. You see, excellence is not something you put on for show. It’s not something you do for money or promotion. If you develop a lifestyle of excellence, you don’t come to meetings late because you know no one else keeps time. You don’t change your game plan every time the competition changes theirs. And you don’t need someone to look over your shoulders to get your work done well!

Follow Pastor M on Twitter : @MuriithiW

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Emmy Kosgei And Husband Anselm Host A Thanks Giving Service In Nigeria (Pics)

Apostle Anselm and our sister Emmy Kosgei are now in Nigeria as they try to get to share and known each others cultures.

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Now after the blessed white wedding in Kenya the lovely and newly wedded couple hosted a thanks giving service in Nigeria.

Members of Apostle Anselm Revival Assembly church gathered to share in joy with their beloved pastor on September 15th. How great is it to give thanks to GOD for bringing them together.

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