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
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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?
Turn on your TV on Sunday and the Tele- evangelists have got us all figured out. These compelling sermons are tailored to appeal to our desires and ideal wants.
"It has been said that the most sensitive nerve in the human body is the one that runs from our brain to our wallet."
Inspiration Message: We all have done it at one time or another. In a world that is full of choices and options, it is very easy to develop a spirit of complaining.
"Dr. Joseph Onesimus of Chicago Swahili Chapel continues to look at the "Pursuit of Stuff and Happiness" in our modern world day life.
In the diaspora immigrants are joining the 'RAT' race working hard trying to satisfy the ever increasing desires of modern life. Dr. Joseph Onesmus calls this Vanity.
Though social media is a great way to communicate in modern days, it has also brought information JUNK FOOD into the believers life. Dr. Joseph Onesmus, senior pastor, Chicago Swahili Chapel, discusses this important issue from a…
From a biblical perspective Pastor Dr. Joseph answers the question of "Where do we turn to when we find ourselves sick and suffering in a hospital bed away from home and from family and friends who care
Pastor Dr. Joe Onesimus: The Lonely Wife and Husband: Combating Loneliness in the Diaspora