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Lusa Nsenga Ngoy
I try to be somebody who makes everybody feel like a somebody.
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Lusa Nsenga Ngoy 11h
Thankful that some of you are in those arenas, boldly and compelling reshaping the narrative. Your voices are a gift to our institutions. We see you and have hope that things will change.
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Lusa Nsenga Ngoy 14h
I note with sadness that lament for our lack of ethnic diversity often comes from the same voices.
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Lusa Nsenga Ngoy 23h
Another full day framed by talk and visit of Mars Hills, a key site of St Paul’s missional encounter with another culture. We’ve engaged with antique and current Athenian history, culture, art, and politics. conversations are no less of a challenge under the sun.
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Lusa Nsenga Ngoy May 20
This will be home for the next few days, learning more about in a diverse society with friends from ⁦⁩ and many others from across Europe.
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Lusa Nsenga Ngoy May 17
Violence, under its many coats corrodes the heart and leaves our futures forever altered. UK knife crime: The first 100 fatal stabbings of 2019 - BBC News
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Leics Lieutenancy May 17
Do you know now a group doing outstanding things for the community? Why not nominate them for . You have until 13th September 2019 to nominate!
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Lusa Nsenga Ngoy May 17
Replying to @MadsDavies
Would make sense if we all agreed that theological discourse is the preserve of academics alone, and were prepared to correlate academic prowess with excellence in leadership. Besides, what does it say about us that we still value culturally biased tools like IQ?
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allAfrica.com May 15
Zimbabwe's Tererai Trent Honoured With Statue in New York
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Lusa Nsenga Ngoy May 15
Equating the Church to the kingdom might still be too reductive and simplistic as definition, especially if we consider that a kingdom is a lot more than its people.
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Lusa Nsenga Ngoy May 13
It's vital that issues relating to people from the global majority don't remain the sole concern of the global diaspora, but that indigenous voices are equally committed to equality of opportunity and outcome.
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Lusa Nsenga Ngoy May 10
It’s a well known fact that black people don’t need to be made to look cool. Apparently cool is our middle name.
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Lusa Nsenga Ngoy May 9
Replying to @RevJonBarrett
Everyone knows that lady Julian was actually a black man.
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Lusa Nsenga Ngoy May 3
Replying to @sijuwadeade
Many congratulations Councillor.
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Lusa Nsenga Ngoy Apr 20
Replying to @stuartburns26
I might get used to this. Might give myself a regular pilgrimage back home from home.
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Lusa Nsenga Ngoy Apr 20
Replying to @stalbansdyo
The heat is real, and it feeds the soul. So nice to be here. Not sure I’ll have strength to leave.
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Lusa Nsenga Ngoy Apr 19
Letting my heart connect with the heart of Africa.
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Lusa Nsenga Ngoy Apr 5
'The lone individual is far too small and insecure to carry either the weight of glory or the burden of sin on his or her own.' Sobering thoughts from
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Harvey Kwiyani Apr 5
African Christianity Research Conversations in the north. Save the date. It will be a great day.
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Lusa Nsenga Ngoy Apr 5
Great appointment. We’ll miss your vision and energy but hope that you’ll continue to champion the cause.
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Lusa Nsenga Ngoy Apr 4
Replying to @robhay @stuartburns26
I love this. Have another similar book entitled Streams run uphil. A collection of essays from woc. Really interesting and often disruptive perspectives.
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