The time we live in today is like no other. Never before have humans had access to so much information at the click of a mouse or libraries of knowledge from the past and present at their reach. And never before have we been in close proximity to so many religions, cultures and races to shape our worlds around us.
Yet, also like never before have individuals been believed to be at a disadvantage. Can too much information be bad for you and is there such a thing as information overload? Can we filter through all the information to distinguish what is useful from what isn't? Will it help us to select a bad leader from a good? Or to determine the real God from the fake?
All believers have a responsibility to be diligent in seeking out the truth. Why? Because we no longer have an excuse. With a wealth of information at our disposal, we must constantly re-evaluate the information around us as we are called to bear witness to the Spirit of Truth. So how do we go about this and where should we begin?
Join us this quarter as our writers provide you with some thought provoking articles on various perspectives on establishing the real from the fake. We have “Are you real or fake?” by Esther, “Fake it till you make it” by Frederick, “Faith killers” by Pelumi and “Is the kingdom of God real to you?” by Ade.
Lastly, don’t forget to head over to our blog page and Chronicles for an update on our latest activities.
Jokae serves as a deacon in the Islington fellowship. A social housing professional, Jokae supports the ministries reach strategy by leading the co-ordination of internal/external communications, digital campaigns and article publishing.