Kelvin Onongha

Kelvin Onongha, DMin, serves as lecturer of theology at Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Michigan, United States.

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Dealing with the demonic

Our calling is not to pursue demons; it is to resist them. But how?

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Stand up, speak up, shut up: Lessons from a picketing prophet

Habakkuk is packed with a dynamic both challenging and contemporary: being active on behalf of the community, while being still and knowing He is God.

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A conspiracy of silence: Power for missions today (Part 2 of 2)

The author discusses the need for the power of the Holy Spirit in the experience of the church.

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Signs, wonders, and the Adventist Church (Part 1 of 2)

The author discusses the relevance of signs and wonders and if they can still occur today as in the past.

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How to Increase the Power of your Preaching Through Stories

Jesus told stories—simple and elegant—to reveal the nature of God, the problem of sin, and God’s redemptive mission. He was the Great Communicator.

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