Chim’s Talk Africa Season 2 Episodes

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Episode 1: John Obaro created a software that’s helping his country Nigeria save millions

John Obaro was inspired by God to create a software that’s helping his country Nigeria save millions of dollars monthly that would have gone to waste or corruption.

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Episode 2: South African elections (ACDP)

As the South African elections draw near this year we are asking why is ACDP the main Christian political party unable to draw a sizeable following in a majority Christian country. My guests are ACDP President and deputy president.

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Episode 3: New dawn in South Sudan after years of civil war

There’s a new dawn in South Sudan after years of civil war. And the Church is instrumental in the change that’s happening. In this special episode join Chim as he travels to South Sudan to understand what the church has passed through and the new beginning God is birthing in that nation.

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Episode 4: Taking the gospel where it has not gone

What an incredible work @cmcapro is doing across 32 nations taking the gospel where it has not gone and going into areas very few dare to go. These are Africans in an African born organization transforming nations.

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Episode 5: Black and White Farmers talk on the issue of Land in South Africa

Chim shares a prophecy on Nigeria, interviews farmers and brings a message on how God specialises in giving us beauty for our ashes.

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Episode 6: Award-winning Gospel artist, Nathaniel Bassey.

My guest is award-winning Gospel artist, Nathaniel Bassey. Join me as the beloved worship leader and songwriter shares about the man behind the music. There’s lots of truth, laughter, music and much more.

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Episode 7: Nathaniel Bassey: award winning Gospel artist

The second part of Chim’s interview with award-winning Gospel artist and songwriter Nathaniel Bassey.

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Episode 8: Senegal: What God is doing in this majority Muslim country

We head to Senegal to rejoice at what God is doing in this majority Muslim country and hear of the exciting opportunities there with Eloi Dogue.

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Episode 9: Senegal: killings in Northern Nigeria

Ben Osawe is right in the trenches in terms of tackling the issues surrounding the continued killings in northern Nigeria. First he helps us understand the true reasons for these killings and then shows us how the church can wake up to make a difference in this situation

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Episode 10: Upcoming presidential elections in Malawi

Dr Lazarus Chakwera is one of the leading contenders in the upcoming presidential elections in Malawi. Chim sat down with him to look at his journey from the pastoral pulpit to the political platform and his pursuit of servant leadership.

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Episode 11: Dr. John Mphaphuli speaks on financial literacy around Africa

SATURDAYS: 12:00 Noon (Lagos);13:00pm (Joburg) on TBN 10:30pm (Lagos);11:30pm (joburg) on FaithTV

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Episode 12: Jake Epelle’s journey: Living with albinism

Jake Epelle’s journey and impact will encourage you to rejoice in who God has made you. He’s the founder of the Albino foundation and a UN ambassador. He discusses living with albinism and living out God’s purpose.

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Episode 13: The multi-award winning singer and songwriter, Dr Tumi

The multi-award winning singer and songwriter, Dr Tumi one of South Africa’s finest is my guest. What stirred me about this conversation is how he challenges us to stretch ourselves for more: Tell everyone you love and want to bless to tune in this weekend and the next. Share far and wide.

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Episode 14: Part 2: The multi-award winning singer and songwriter, Dr Tumi

The multi-award winning singer and songwriter, Dr Tumi one of South Africa’s finest is my guest. What stirred me about this conversation is how he challenges us to stretch ourselves for more: Tell everyone you love and want to bless to tune in this weekend and the next. Share far and wide.

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Episode 15: Dr. John Mphaphuli - Financial stewardship in our African context.

We had to have Dr. John Mphaphuli back in this second part of his insightful unpacking of biblical financial stewardship in our African context.

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Episode 16: Fighting corruption in Ghana

Instead of complaining Linda Ofori-Kwafo is bravely fighting corruption in Ghana and seeing God turn things around.

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Episode 17: Reaching the unreached

Chim tackles several issues all focused on reaching those outside our reach. How can African churches in the West be effective in reaching those who are not Africans. The Yaos of Malawi are the main unreached people there. What’s God doing there and how to make Christ’s enemies his footstool.

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Episode 18: Making Christianity practical to transform Africa

Kwesi Dickson joins Chim this weekend from Cotonou, Benin Republic. Kwesi believes that by making Christianity practical in our day-to-day life we can transform Africa. And he has proved this for over three decades in the marketplace.

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Episode 19: What would it take for the church to be the salt and light that’s she’s called to be?

How can the church in Africa and Nigeria in particular get things right? What must we do in the face of the push for Islamization? The collapse of government? What would it take for the church to be the salt and light that’s she’s called to be? Sam Kputu, International director of CAPRO shares his heart on these issues and more.

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Episode 20: Sam Kputu calls it the way it is when it comes to the church in Africa : Part 2

Sam Kputu calls it the way it is when it comes to the church in Africa. With such clarity he points us to be the church God has called us to be and salt and light in this continent.

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Episode 21: Exploring the potential of the internet

Ibukun Odusote is a pioneer of the internet age in Nigeria. She was the one who registered the .ng top level Nigeria domain name. She shows how the church can better explore the potential of the internet. As well as the good use of social media. How to use it powerfully for God.

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Episode 22: Multiculturalism - Interview with Dr John Mphaphuli

Dr John Mphaphuli talks about multiculturalism and that what unites us is greater than what divides us.

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Episode 23: Pade Tokun pioneered the missionary work of Capro in Senegal

Over 30 years ago Pade Tokun pioneered the missionary work of Capro in Senegal and over the years has worked extensively in the Francophone world. Pade shares his story.

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Episode 24: Being Privileged

Vezi is an author and leadership coach. Vezi talks about being privileged and being African.

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Episode 25: Corporate life to making a difference in public sector - Ben Akabueze

Ben Akabueze left the corporate life to serve in the public space. He talks about making a difference in the public sector.

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Episode 26: Xenophobic attacks in South Africa

We try to make sense of the xenophobia attacks in South Africa and what the churches should be doing.

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Episode 27: Unity of the church speaking truths to power

Apostle Augustine Mgala has been God’s voice in Malawi for many years. He is the senior pastor of the Agape Life Church International. We talk about the unity of the church speaking truths to power.

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Episode 28: Evangelical Christian Union

We discuss the central importance of university student ministry and what god is doing and wants to do in Africa.

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Episode 29: Adultery in ministry

Adultery in ministry. Those two words should not appear together. Yet the truth is that sexual immorality continues to be a trap for more Christian leaders than we will like to believe . Some have fallen in deep in the entangling web of lust and adultery and the confusion that come with it. The good news is that God can redeem if we allow him. This is why I encourage you to join me this weekend as my guest Dr. Lechuti and his wife shares of his story of a life of adultery as a pastor and how God restored him. This is one interview I’ve been longing to share with everyone.

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Episode 30: Giving a voice to the poor of Africa

Dr Sayo Ajiboye the president of the Redeemers Bible College and Seminary in Texas in the United States . The theological institution of the Redeemed church in North America talks about giving a voice to the poor of Africa.

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Episode 31: Bishop Mike Okonkwo tells his story - Part 1

Our guest  is Bishop Mike Okonkwo, The Presiding bishop of the redeemed evangelical mission (TREM), LAGOS.

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Episode 32: Bishop Mike Okonkwo tells his story - Part 2

In this 2nd part of my conversation with Bishop Mike Okonkwo, The Presiding bishop of the redeemed evangelical mission (TREM), LAGOS. I ask his views on the state of the church across the continent aswell as the vision for our future.