A Cathedral in Time | MG Blog

Cathedrals are often stupendous, magnificent and impressive buildings. In many cases, in a given town or city, the cathedral is amongst the most ancient edifices around, exuding great splendor and an imposing influence. They reflect centuries of invested effort, architectural skill; intricate design in stained glasses, mosaics and frescoes that make up the internal decorations. … Continue reading A Cathedral in Time | MG Blog

Signs of His Coming

In unmistakable language, our Lord speaks of His second coming, and He gives warning of dangers to precede His advent to the world. "If any man shall say unto you, Lo, here is Christ, or there, believe it not. For there shall arise false christs, and false prophets, and shall show great signs and wonders; … Continue reading Signs of His Coming

An Oil Crisis | MG Blog

Oil, in its different forms, makes a crucial component of modern day economies and has a vast number of uses in people’s daily lives. Organic oils, extracted from vegetables and animals, play a key role in food preparation, cosmetics and in the ceremonies and rituals of some religions. The discovery and use of crude oil … Continue reading An Oil Crisis | MG Blog

Christ’s Final Church | MG Blog

In 2001, the World Christian Encyclopedia reported that there were, at that time, approximately 33 830 different Christian denominations in existence in the world. The number has undoubtedly grown much higher to the present day and further increases if we factor in the numerous sects and cults sprouting on a frequent basis. Moreover these denominations … Continue reading Christ’s Final Church | MG Blog

67 Baptized in Bulilima | Ministry News

There are times in life where we face the dilemma to either move forward or retreat backwards. Such was the experience in the just ended evangelistic series in Bulilima, in the south-western part of Zimbabwe.  Prior to the beginning of the meetings the atmosphere was a bit tense, being an election season, and there was … Continue reading 67 Baptized in Bulilima | Ministry News

The Marriage of the Lamb | MG Blog

January 25th 1308, Edward II of England wedded with Isabella of France known infamously as the “she-wolf of France”. The couple is said to have been very ill-matched. Edward, tall and handsome, had little interest in war and fighting and often got criticized for being light-minded, extravagant and given to too much gambling and drinking. … Continue reading The Marriage of the Lamb | MG Blog