Fundi Kayamba Phiri

Die to yourself

In 1 Corinthians 15, today’s reading, Paul explains the doctrine of resurrection to those who doubted it. Clearly, from the questions they asked, Paul could see how shallow their reasoning was. Using the analogy of a seed, Paul explains the doctrine to them, and from this I would like us to draw lessons that are […]



As I was preparing for today, I started to think of how important the last sermon of the year is for me. See where I come from, for most Christians, the 31stof December is a day you go to church and leave having entered the New Year. It is a time of joy, celebration of […]


The blessing and the burden of eating

The story of the Israelites in the book of Exodus is one referred to many times, but is nonetheless an important one, that reflects the relationship between God and his people, whether on a personal level or God’s people as a collective. In the scripture that we just read, we see the Israelites receive the […]


Rainbow Moments

For those of you who don’t know me, or not well enough, my name is Fundi Kayamba-Phiri. I’m guessing for some of you this is also an opportunity to learn how to pronounce my surname, as over the years I’ve heard all sorts of pronunciations, no hard feelings though, all is well. I moved to […]