© April, 25 | Schulter Etyang There is this fascinating account in Leviticus 27 about how the priest would place a determinate value on people, animals, houses, and fields. The whole chapter describes how the valuation process took place. If it were a man 20-60 years old, their value would be 50 shekels … More What’s your worth?
© April 20, 2017 | Schulter Etyang I don’t like going to these places – hospitals, police stations, exam rooms, driver’s licensing centers and airports. I don’t like going to these places at all. Whenever I go to these places for whatever reasons, even legitimate ones, my body twitches, squirms, I breathe heavily, sweat, and I try … More A+ and I didn’t do the exam
© April 11, 2017 | Schulter Etyang For many years as a worship leader, I encouraged people during worship to lift their hands as a sign of surrender. During worship, I made it a priority to make sure that there will be a session where the whole church would lift up their hands. I actually … More Worship leader, here’s why lifting our hands in surrender is not a New Covenant doctrine
© April 6, 2017 | Schulter Etyang A lot of people of my generation don’t really know what the Ten Commandments are. Many of my generation can only recite parts of the Ten Commandments and most probably they heard about the Ten Commandments from a secondary source. Like from an old guy who wasn’t … More You shall not what? The Ten Commandments…naah. I don’t know what you are talking about.
© April 1, 2017 | Schulter Etyang When Jenny and I travel overseas, we usually stop by the Duty-Free shops at the airport to try out some perfumes. Jenny especially loves to smell perfumes and to sample them. These shops, have fragrance testing paper strips that you can spray the perfume on and then smell … More Hmmm, that smells so good. I love that