If God removed the curse and we’ve inherited the Abrahamic promises in Jesus, what sort of prosperity can we expect? More than most imagine or believe.
Yes, the prosperity gospel is destroying African Christianity. But its prominence is the symptom of a deeper problem: theologically unguarded churches.
Christians in business should be committed to wealth creation, for it depends on creating jobs and meeting people’s needs.
Preaching to the poor is difficult. Should we promise prosperity, or make a virtue of poverty? Neither, because both miss out on true blessing from God.
In June 2021 the internationally acclaimed Nigerian born religious leader T. B. Joshua died. Here is a snapshot of the man behind the miracles.