Why the gospel is vital to​ your mental health

© February 24, 2018|Schulter Etyang  In 2014, a Sunday Times article uncovered that one-third of all South Africans have mental illnesses – 75% of them will not get any help… More than 17 million people in South Africa are dealing with depression, substance abuse, anxiety, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia — illnesses that round out the…

How grace filled my life with joy

  © February 17, 2018 | Schulter Etyang You ought to have seen me six or seven years back. I was stoic, tense, efficient and “wise”. Wise (quote unquote) on the grounds that it was untested learning. I knew a lot since I read a great deal. I was so glad on the off-chance that you discovered I…

My Daddy’s Kisses​

© February 10, 2018 | Schulter Etyang Have you ever wronged someone, asked for forgiveness, but still felt something wasn’t right? Yes, you wronged that person. Yes, you repented and asked for forgiveness. Yes, at least in your mind you think the air has been cleared and that you could begin with a clean slate. But something…

A gospel review of Trevor Noah’s book – Born a Crime and Other Stories

© February 7, 2018 | Schulter Etyang  I have just finished reading Trevor Noah’s autobiographical non-fiction book — Born a Crime and Other Stories released in South Africa by Pan Macmillan in 2017.  The book is about his experiences as a mixed child growing up in South Africa — a child of a white European father and black African…