Rachal Watt and her Journey to the Hill Country of Ukambani

By |January 1st, 2022|Categories: A Table in the Wilderness, History|

“The sun was beaming down in all his tropical power and splendour on that glorious morning in 1893 when we landed at the Arab town of Mombasa, on the eastern shore of the continent of [...]

Did the Protestant Reformation have a Missionary Vision?

By |December 19th, 2021|Categories: Advanced, Biblical Studies, History, Missions, Theology|

It has often been claimed that the Protestant Reformation did not stimulate missions and that the Reformers had no missionary vision. One Italian Jesuit, Robert Bellarmine (1542-1621), claimed that the Protestant Church lacked evangelistic zeal which, he said, [...]

From Dining with the Devil to Feasting with the Lamb

By |September 12th, 2021|Categories: Advanced, Biblical Studies, Spirituality, The Cross, Theology|

Photo credit: Alex Haney on Uusplash Some of the first words that Jesus spoke to Peter after the resurrection were “come and dine” (John 21:12).  In recording this incident of the appearance of [...]