Faithful urged to attend church without fear

first_img“There are Christians whose age does not limit them from attending a church service, but they choose to believe in what they hear out there instead of believing in the relationship they have with God,” he said.Get breaking news on your Mobile as-it-happens. SMS ‘NEWS’ to 20153 The clergy has called upon Christians to attend church services without fear of contracting CoronaVirus.Speaking on Sunday during a live Holy Mass at the Holy Family Basilica aired on KBC Channel 1, Father Fredrick Chege decried the lack of faith among Christians.Chege said despite the safety measures put in place, most Christians still shy away from places of worship, adding that most churches are barely half full since reopening.Also Read  KUPPET calls on parents to prepare for early reopening While delivering his sermon, the Priest urged Christians to ensure their actions depict faith in God, saying it is the only way to overcome the fear during these trying times.Also Read  COVID-19: Kenya records 98 new cases, 62 recoveries, 2 deaths“If God can protect you from the virus at the workplace, supermarket, and all the places you visit why wouldn’t he protect you at the place of worship?” He posedAdditionally, Chege attributed societal vices such as murder and corruption to evil greedy hearts among people.Also Read  Uhuru calls for rebuilding of the UN to better address emerging challenges“The problems we face such as poverty, anger, corruption, and murder are as a result of people with evil greedy hearts living among us,” he lamentedChege appealed to Christians not to tremble in fear because of COVID-19 but instead have faith in God, for he is the healer of all diseases.last_img read more

FIFA bans Rosberg’s World Cup helmet

first_imgFootball’s world governing body FIFA has stepped in to prevent Nico Rosberg from wearing a helmet featuring a picture of the World Cup trophy for this weekend’s German Grand Prix due to copyright grievances.Rosberg announced on Wednesday he would be wearing a modified helmet for his home race at Hockenheim this weekend to celebrate Germany’s FIFA World Cup final triumph over Argentina on Sunday, a German flag with the World Cup trophy on top with four stars to commemorate each of Die Mannschaft’s victories. But it has emerged Rosberg’s new lid design was in violation of FIFA image rights preventing anyone who does not have the right to from showing the trophy.FIFA’s guidelines on the use of official World Cup branding state: “Any unauthorised use of the official marks not only undermines the integrity of the Fifa world cup and its marketing programme, but also puts the interests of the worldwide football community at stake.”Rosberg’s manager George Nolte confirmed the helmet will be re-designed, ditching the World Cup trophy image but retaining the four stars to mark Germany’s triumphs in 1954, 1974, 1990 and 2014.last_img read more

Young BIH Basketball Players Remain Unbeaten in Quarterfinals

first_imgThe men’s basketball team of BIH marked their fourth victory at the European Championship in the B Division for players up to 16 years old, which is being held in Sarajevo.The BIH team beat Israel with 65:57.The most efficient player for BIH was Durak with 19 points and Đedović with 12 points and 10 rebounds.The first games of the quarterfinals are scheduled for 14 August.(Source: Fena)last_img