By Charles Joseph Understanding the complex nuances of the LGBTQ community is very important before we engage with the issue. Many times we can become very passionate about a cause without understanding the multiple layers of the argument. In this lecture, Charles Joseph looks into the history of the LGBTQ community, their grievances and gives us a few pointers to how we can show love and compassion to the community without compromising on the truth.
By Charles Joseph In this video, Charles Joseph says kings will come and kings will go, leaders will come and go, but the King of Kings, will live forever. Anchoring his message in Isaiah 6, he states that a revelation of God will result in reverence for God; reverence leads to remorse and repentance of our misdoings; remorse brings in the Lord’s remedy, redemption; redemption takes us on to responsibility – the responsibility to take the message to the world, reach the ones who are hurting and lighten the dark corners of the world.
by Charles Premkumar Joseph The people who have made the greatest impact in the world are the people who have had the deepest convictions. People who have fought against all odds for what they believed in. In this talk at the South Asia Executive Programme in Sri Lanka, Charles Premkumar Joseph looks at three significant characters in Indian history who at all costs, held fast to their convictions. In a world of convenience and comfort, Charles reminds us that we need to be people of convictions, holding strong to what we believe in.
by Charles Premkumar Joseph They slayed it! And that, in style! 16 Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego replied to him, “King Nebuchadnezzar, we do not need to defend ourselves before you in this matter. 17 If we are thrown into the blazing furnace, the God we serve is able to deliver us from it, and he will deliver us from Your Majesty’s hand. 18 But even if he does not, we want you to know, Your Majesty, that we will not serve your gods or worship the image of gold you have set up.” Daniel 3:16-18 Now, that is some gutsy stuff, captives before their captor King. The late President […]
By Charles Premkumar Joseph The Urban Dictionary is a resource that I’m frequenting ever so often these days. In one of my recent visits, I chanced upon the phrase, “Sacrificing the Lamb”. Ever wondered what it could mean? Tada… Meaning: “Act of cutting a girl off. Definitely a girl that makes you think she is innocent (lamb) but is constantly going behind your back and thinking you don’t know what is going on.” Usage: “Man, I had to sacrifice the lamb this weekend because I found out about a whole bunch of things she did. You should try sacrificing the […]