* Christianity is what is left in us when Sunday service is over. It starts immediately after leaving the Church buildings and mingling with people in the world.
* Christianity is not on Sunday. Christianity starts from Monday to Saturday. Its not those holy-holy behaviours, raising hands, kneeling down, speaking in tongues, or humble faces we see in Church.
* Christianity is what we do when no one is watching, the sites we visit on our phones, and the thoughts in our hearts when a pretty woman, a wealthy man, passes by.
* Christianity is not in saying ‘I love Jesus, I love God’. It is in showing the love to the hapless, the poor, the naked, the sick and the helpless. God does not need our love and money. Those who need it are around us.
* Christianity is what we do at home, office, marketplace, and amongst our friends and enemies. Christianity is in what we say and do when there is no shishi in our pocket.
* Christianity is in what is hidden in our wardrobes, in why we password our mobile phones. It is in our speeches at the market and our response when the bus conductor overpays us.
* Christianity is in our response to the news that a friend is sick. It is in our attitudes toward the widows, orphans, and neighbours next door.
* Christianity is in the reason we tightly fold our hands not allowing anybody to see the money we want to give as offering in Church.
Its in why we secretly put money in the tithe envelopes.
* Christianity is in our attitudes to those who lied against us, our reactions when someone mistakenly steps on our toes, to the man on the street who asked us for money, having no ability to pay back.
* Christianity is in our responses to the news that our child suddenly fell ill and was rushed to the hospital. Its in our response to the news that our Church has a program and needs financial support.
* Christianity is in why we don’t want our pastors to visit us unannounced. Its in why we can’t do evangelism in the neighborhoods we live. Our characters can’t win others to Christ.