A Sad Day for Dr Joseph Onesimus of Chicago Swahili Chapel: Dr. Joseph Onesimus, Lecturer and senior Pastor of Chicago Swahili Chapel has lost his younger sister. Grace Neema Mativo went to eternal REST
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Dangers of putting confidence in ourselves or temporal accomplishments (VIDEO). Dr. Joe Onesimus of Chicago Swahili Chapel challenges us about the dangers of putting confidence in ourselves
VIDEO: Living on the Wild Side- Living La Vida Loca: If you are familiar with the lyrics of Ricky Martin’s song, Living’ La Vida Loca/ ‘Living the wild (crazy)
VIDEO: The Brevity of Life- Learning how to Number Our Days: None of us is guaranteed of tomorrow. Life is brief and because of this fact we should learn how to number our days and live with intention and with gladness.
Trapped by the American Dream: The desire for more and more stuff is real. Many of us believe that happiness comes from the accumulation of material wealth and thus we tend to place value on the things we own.
The Importance Of Fathers: In world that seems to put much emphasis on Mother's Day it is very easy to forget the important role that fathers play in the family. Pastor Joe Onesimus of
Walls that Divide Us: Walls and fences can both be good and bad. The walls we build as communities can sometimes be used to divide us instead of uniting us.
Like Character, Leadership is not born but developed over time. Dr. Joseph Onesimus of Chicago Swahili Chapel challenges the Kenyan Diaspora to
How we respond to the daily battles we face in this present age speaks a lot about our relationship with our creator. Dr. Joseph Onesimus of the Chicago Swahili Chapel gives a "pep
Have you ever noticed that the Palm tree is the only plant that can survive a category five hurricane with winds of up to 180 miles an hour?