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Reverend LC Muzembi 
Laurence Muzembi (Th.D, D.D, MDiv, B.A in Biblical Studies, Cert in Counselling & Psychotherapy) is author, pastor, life coach and business consultant tired of seeing Christians stumble and crush landing. He sets up this blog as a guiding beacon for serious believers, and to make a difference. 

Here is why he writes;

First, he took it upon himself as duty to God to see that your faith is growIng, and your love for others too. He wants your faith to grow, in spite of all the troubles and hardships that you face. 

Secondly, he wants you his readers, to who rest on the Word of God, and that you know also that there’s vengeance on them that trouble you. 

Thirdly, he’s exhorting you, that besides what you are going through, you may give all diligence, to add to your faith virtue; and to virtue knowledge, "And to knowledge temperance; and to temperance patience; and to patience godliness; And to godliness brotherly kindness; and to brotherly kindness charity. For if these things be in you, and abound, they make you that ye shall neither be barren nor unfruitful in the knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ" 2 Peter 1:6-8. 

So here’s why he writes, to make a difference in your life, and that only through God’s word, the Bible.

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Muzembi.org is geared towards:
  • Those new in the Lord
  • Those looking to improve,
  • And anyone else who wants to learn more about God, and everyone else struggling with understanding the bible.

Contact Reverend Muzembi for anything, using any of the contact methods available – the service is free, no hidden charges. You’re most welcome to connect with him on other networks; Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc, and to listen to his podcasts and YouTube videos or see books he has written on Amazon.com

What you see is who he’s, he understands and lives five key values: respect, integrity, service, excellence and stewardship.


God bless,
Laurence Muzembi



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