Paul Washer in Roman Catholic Monastery this weekend
Friday, 19 April 2013 14:57
writer letter 3 November 2012 The Netherlands
This weekend Paul Washer who spoke at G3 conference 2013 and who is connected to New Calvinism is one of the mainspeakers at this conference in Italy.
This conference will be held at the following location:
http://www.monasterosantacroce.it/orari_messe.html (during weekdays 4 time RC Mass celebrated)
http://www.monasterosantacroce.it/int2.lasso?ID=3 (RC cardinals visit because of its spirituality)
Here some more general information on this monastery.
Conrad Mbewe is planned as speaker at the G3 2014.
Puritans & Entrepreneurship - Hans Nielsen Hauge of Norway
Sunday, 24 February 2013 00:07
I came across this publication. Haven't read it all yet, but a quick review made me decide to share.
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Church in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia?
Monday, 04 February 2013 17:36
Julie Kirkland (Vapor Field Representatives for Ethiopia)
My husband and I are presently in Addis establishing a sport's ministry called Vapor Sports Ministry. I was listening to an older interview with D.A. Carson and Pastor Mbewe. Pastor Mbewe mentioned that some missionaries from your church in Zambia are here establishing a church. We would be very interested in knowing where it is and visiting. We have been greatly encouraged by the impact of your church in southern Africa and would be excited to know that you are here in Ethiopia. Blessings on you there in Lusaka.
Thursday, 22 November 2012 06:01
The credit loans suppose to be very useful for people, which want to organize their own career. As a fact, that is not really hard to get a college loan.
Sunday, 18 November 2012 16:06
I propose not to wait until you get enough amount of cash to order goods! You should get the credit loans or student loan and feel yourself fine
Saturday, 10 November 2012 10:39
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Sunday, 11 March 2012 03:18
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Kabwata Baptist Church
Wednesday, 18 January 2012 21:39
Kyle McAfee from Texas (USA)
While on HeartCry Missionary Society's website, I came across messages by Pastor Mbewe and downloaded many of them. What an awesome blessing to hear such detailed strong exposition of God's Word. As you know, many churches in the USA are becoming heavily seeker/felt needs focused and thus dance around God's Word. We recently had to leave a church like this that was growing like crazy in people numbers but the preaching was very shallow and we were starving for truth. I thank God that you are sticking with His Word and sovereign power to change lives. Take heart as we found a reformed church in our town that is committed to expositional preaching and love it and the people there. Respectfully, Kyle
sermons in portugese langauge
Tuesday, 03 January 2012 23:05
my mother was born in angola and desires to understand the bible but cannont read english or portugese her natitve langauge. there is a huge community of Angolans here in philadephia,pa. My prayer is that the Lord would raise up someone to shepard them and show them Christ. Would you happen to have any sermons in the portugese languge? My email is
Do you have cd's to listen to ?
Thursday, 01 September 2011 04:57
I was brought to tears when I first hear you; somebody preaching like Spurgeon. I'm african-american and reformed. The only problem I have is that on sermon audio some of the sermons, particulary the ones from your church, are not that clear, especially the series on 'The Cross of Christ.' I was wondering if you have it on cd where they might be clearer.
"Seeming support for Rick Warren"???
Friday, 29 April 2011 09:33
You have obviously misunderstood what I was writing on my blog. It was a book review and I was trying to find an explanation as to why Rick Warren and John Stott (who live in the USA and the UK, respectively) were the ones commending African authors living in Africa to fellow Africans. That perplexed me! My only answer is that the two are world best sellers as far as their books are concerned. Is that not true? That is all that I was saying. Thanks!
Friday, 15 April 2011 09:42
Reading Pastor Mbewe's blog and having very much appreciated listening to some of his sermons, I was rather surprised to see seeming support for Rick Warren in his recent book review. Please see, for example, the following -
Update Of Audio Sermon
Tuesday, 14 December 2010 14:52
Just to request that you update the sermon on the website regularly. Sometimes we travel to places where worship is hindered due to language barrier and then you realize that you can get a sound sermon online from KBC only to find you have already listened to the latest one. Thank you for this ediying service to the brethren
Monday, 01 November 2010 22:40
Tired to called but no one answered the phone.
Greetings from Pennsylvania (USA)... At Mukinge/Kasempa 67-77
Monday, 18 October 2010 14:05
I enjoyed hearing Conrad's interview with Mark Dever on my commute into work this morning!
I grew up at Kasempa/Mukinge, went to Sakeji, etc.
Favorite post above was the "Religious Titles".
My personal websites are:
www.fivewords.org and www.christiandialogue.org
(or www.chrisitandialog.org (US spelling))
We attend a wonderful church in the AM
And an experimental house church in the evening
Enjoyed hearing whats happening in Zambia.
MISSING JESUS CHRIST IN MY LIFE
Friday, 15 October 2010 15:37
I AM LOST I NEED JESUS CHRIST IN LIFE
my e-mail is
Tuesday, 25 May 2010 19:12
Pastor Mbewe, thank you once again for your sermon on John 15. Sound teaching. Many years ago when I was going through difficulties, the Lord laid on my heart to read John chapter 15,it was very obvious that I was being prompted to read this chapter. As a new Christian, I tried to push this prompt away but was restless until I read this chapter. For the rest of my life, I have came to understand His love and the works of His pruning in my life. I am greatly comforted as He continues His pruning knowing that He loves me. May God bless you.
Wednesday, 14 April 2010 12:22
I would like express my sincere grattitude to pastor Mbewe and the entire eldership for making available these sermons online. They are such an encouragement. You can imagine being able to access God's word 24/7. May the Lord richly reward you.
Let the word go on
Tuesday, 09 March 2010 15:37
I'm so desperate in need of Christ in my life.. of the many things I have done in my life, nothing has been of satisfaction or rather pleasing to my spirit, to my God.
By Grace today, I took the liberty to purchase a Holy Bible in your bookstore, something I never thought I would do for my God and for myself. I thirst for God's words each and everyday.. I long for it for there is life! I'm definitely lost without him and I can feel my spirit slowly dying in me. I'm scared for my soul for I have been such a sinner, oh what a sinner!
So I say, LET THE WORD GO ON so that people like me can get be saved!
Monday, 01 February 2010 16:45
Patrick Hervé MAKAYA
I want here, recognize the greatness of God and the testimony of his love in my life through his servant Dr Andrew L. Mbewe during our meeting in Brazzaville in Congo.
I pray that God will remember you Dr Andrew and all those around you and the beloved Pastor Conrad Mbewe.
Let’s keep in Touch
Phone: 00242-531 3522
salvation and deliverance
Tuesday, 12 January 2010 11:40
John David Beechy
I am 24 years old and i need prayer, i thought i was a saved christian and thought i was born again six years ago, but recently this past year i have seen myself completely just fall away and just lose my faith in Christ i originally i had, i also for the first time realized what the cross meant and how holy God is but i have no assurance inside myself and my heart has became very hard at times towards the things of God even though i did not want to. I truly thought i was saved but i am assured that i am not saved right now, i want to be saved could you please pray that the Lord saves me. Also i need prayer from demonic spirits, i believe that i have a spirit of lust and many other things that have been confusing me and attacking me mentally. My email is
LBC's SYP 1st January 2010 outing at Kalimba Farms
Monday, 04 January 2010 11:34
Nyumbu Dickson Wakumelo
It was great to meet you guys at the outing, hope to see you guys soon, your fellowship was amazing, I had fun with you guys.
Happy 2010 and God bless you.
Preaching from Door to door
Thursday, 03 September 2009 11:08
While the use of the internet is appreciated, you may to note, it is of limited use especially here in Zambia. How many for instance have access to the internet in Zambia? Clearly, its use will not reach my grandmother who is shang'ombo with the goodnews. What will help those without the facility is the door to door preaching which Jesus and his first century disciples did and which only one religious group on earth today is known for.
Tuesday, 04 August 2009 16:28
I think the internet arms us with a great and effect too to spread the gospel and also for encouraging God's people for Holy living. I am glad that you have an effective site such as this one. Congratulations!!!
Thursday, 14 May 2009 08:41
Thank you for your kind words about Pastor Mbewe on the obituary of our late brother Mwendafilumba. Pastor conveys his greetings to you.
Tower of Babel
Tuesday, 12 May 2009 14:46
Why did God confuse the language of the builders of the tower at Babel?
Many would answer that question by saying it was because Men wanted to build a tower that would reach heaven. But then the question arises, what’s wrong with that? Obviously the heavens referred to in the text in Genesis do not refer to God’s dwelling place. Why? It is impossible for humans to build a tower that would go that high. Obviously, the men could only build a tower that would go as high as the visible heavens, more or less like the sky scrappers that now exist. Besides, no where in the bible does it say it is a sin to build tall buildings, in fact in this era of advanced aerodynamics; men have reached heights higher than what the builders of the tower could possibly have reached. Why then did God confuse the languages?
A careful examination of the bible will make plain the error of the ancient builders. Do you recall the instructions God gave to Noah after the flood? Genesis 9:1 reminds us “And God went on to bless Noah and his sons and to say to them: “Be fruitful and become many and fill the earth.” What was implied in those instructions? This; that men scatter themselves across the surface of the earth. That was God’s will. Of what relevance is this to the building of the tower, you may wonder. Well, what motivated the builders to construct the tower? Chapter 11:4 of Genesis answers, “They now said: “Come on! Let us build ourselves a city and also a tower with its top in the heavens, and let us make a celebrated name for ourselves, for fear we may be scattered over all the surface of the earth.”
The builders did not want to be scattered across the surface of the earth, this went contrary to what God had commanded their ancestor Noah. Did you also notice? They also wanted to make a celebrated name for themselves. Meaning they wanted to be honored among men. Was this wrong? What the angelic creatures say in Rev 4:11 provides us with a hint. “You are worthy, Jehovah, even our God, to receive the glory and the honor and the power, because you created all things, and because of your will they existed and were created.”
Yes, the builders also wanted to ascribe honor to themselves instead of their creator Jehovah.
What valuable lessons we learn fro this account in Genesis, God’s purpose does not fail. Even when men took determined counsel to confine their existence to the low plain where they wanted to build a tower, God’s will prevailed and the rebels were scattered across the face of the earth just as God had willed.
While the builders may have had a good reason for building the tower namely; fostering unity among mankind, you and I living in this era know that their reasoning was faulty. Why? What if a natural disaster occurred in that area? Would it not have threatened the existence of mankind? In scattering mankind across the surface of the earth, God also demonstrated that he is infinitely wiser when compared to human beings.
Teaching, Preaching and Healing
Tuesday, 12 May 2009 14:38
Andrew, you are very right. The bible lays it upon christian to preach to others. In fact they are supposed to teach those who would give them a listening ear. To preach to others however calls for a lot of personal sacrifice. When giving the command to preach, Jesus was aware of the sacrifices that would be required. Thus he assured his disciples, HOLY SPIRIT will come upon and you will be witnesses of me in Judea and all the inhabited earth. So you see, this is not something that Christians can accomplish in their own strength, but only by the strength God supplies. While, it is okay to feel challenged, one must realise that more than just one's physical strength is needed, rather the power of the holy spirit is what makes it possible.
Teaching, Preaching and Healing.
Wednesday, 06 May 2009 00:00
Dr Andrew Lingililani Mbewe
In the past month I have been studying the life of our Lord Jesus Christ. One of the questions I had was, what did Jesus say and do in his everyday life? Mt 4:23 challenged me." Jesus went throughout Galilee, teaching in the synagogues, preaching the good news of the kingdom, and healing every disease and sickness among the people." Then I asked myself, where is my Galilee? Do I do what Our Lord said and did? Does my life teach, preach and bring healing where I live?
Christian writers today
Monday, 27 April 2009 14:04
One reason for the “great illiteracy” of Christianity, is the “sad shape” of current religious writings. The authors of the so-called spiritual books that top the best-selling lists, are concerned only with “spiritual comforts” and are more interested in exploiting faith to gain readers than they are in bringing vital knowledge of religion to the people. “The stern and rugged events that should summon a legion of historians, novelists and dramatists have been so emasculated by genteel purveyors of faith that it is no wonder that Christians of our time lack even the most cursory interest in the dramatic unfolding of events which made possible our faith.”
Tuesday, 31 March 2009 10:18
Nowadays I notice the elaborate titles that religious leaders tend to carry. Titles like Reverend, doctor and apostle, prophet etc in some instances one finds all these titles appearing before someone's name and yet when I look at the early Christians, they never had such elaborate titles. Rather they were simple men and women and called one another brother in harmony with the spirit directed counsel from their lord and master Jesus found at Matthew 23: 6-10.
“…They like the most prominent place at evening meals and the front seats in the synagogues, and the greetings in the marketplaces and to be called Rabbi by men. But YOU, do not YOU be called Rabbi, for one is YOUR teacher, whereas all YOU are brothers. Moreover, do not call anyone YOUR father on earth, for one is YOUR Father, the heavenly One. Neither be called ‘leaders,’ for YOUR Leader is one, the Christ…”
What do we notice about the clergy today? This; they love prominence, and want recognition, no wonder they won’t stop at sharing tables with political elements of the world. In contrast though, the apostles were not made to stand out on account of their great learning, in fact they were looked down upon as men unlettered. yet, the people marveled and wondered at their understanding of the scriptures. Why is it that despite having only a humble education Peter and John understood the scriptures so well? It was because God’s Holy Spirit proved to be upon them. Today's clergy seem to be of the view that one's strength lies in what appears before their names.
Clearly then, the use of religious titles is unscriptural and annoys God. Will God let these go on without retribution? The bible promises that a time will come when God will act to take vengeance against those who disobey his word of truth? When such vengeance is executed where will the clergy with there prominence stand? Will their ministries that are called after their names stand?
Why December 25?
Friday, 27 March 2009 11:46
Go to you Google and search for the “9th month of Hebrew calendar” What does that correspond with in our Gregorian calendar? The months of Nov/dec. Why is this significant anyway, you may wonder? During my study of the bible I came across some facts about the ninth month is the Hebrew calendar which I thought I just have to let you know about.
Ezra records a convention that took place in Jerusalem. Just see what you can learn about the weather condition of ancient Jerusalem during that part of the year. In Ezra 10:9
“So all the men of Judah and Benjamin collected themselves together at Jerusalem within three days, that is, in the ninth month on the twentieth [day] of the month, and all the people kept sitting in the open place of the house of the [true] God, shivering because of the matter and on account of the showers of rain.”
What key facts do we note from here? These; the convention was held in the 9th month. Did you also notice that the people were shivering because of the showers of the rain and the matter they were summoned for? Well, it could be argued that may be this was just a day different from other days, may be it just happened to be wet and cold on this day. If however, we go a bit further to verse 13 that arguments fails to stand. Notice what it says.
“However, the people are many, and it is the season of showers of rain, and it is not possible to stand outside…” Yes, that period was characterized by wet cold weather. Did you also notice what is also brought out in that scripture? “ It is not possible to stand outside”. We would then expect that people did not spend there time outdoors during this period of the year because of the wet and cold weather. Can this be confirmed elsewhere in the bible?
Notice what Jeremiah says about the ninth month “And the king was sitting in the winter house, in the ninth month, with a brazier burning before him.” (Jeremiah 36:22)
At this point you may wondering, how does this benefit us? Well notice what Luke reports was happening at the time Jesus was born. “There were also in that same country shepherds living out of doors and keeping watches in the night over their flocks.” (Luke 2:8)
Now ask yourself, could the events recorded by Luke have happened in the ninth month of the year, the one that corresponds to Nov/Dec in our calendar? There are no scriptural reasons to support the idea that they did. Clearly then, the bible does not support Dec as the date of Jesus’ birth. The question then arises “Why was Dec 25, chosen as the date to commemorate his birth?
Wednesday, 25 March 2009 19:59
Dr Andrew L Mbewe
The other day someone asked me whether I know or related to Pastor Conrad Mbewe, I smiled and quietly said we share the name and he is my brother in the Lord Jesus Christ. I wish to thank Pastor Conrad Mbewe for the detailed information on the death of our brother. Dapson will be greatly missed.
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