Sex is one of creation’s best gift to humanity. It is one gift that is uppermost in every human being’s mind, and yet it is the most violated and abused of the gifts. By it, living beings procreate. By it, the human body can be healed, massaged, or destroyed, depending on how one uses it. In this book, the author shows the reader the spiritual side of sex that can destroy our bodies and lives if not attended to. Sex is not only physical excitement. It is also spiritual infusion and has more consequences than most people think. It is this spiritual side of things that Pastor Kilton Moyo reveals to the reader. This book therefore comes to you at a time when there is so much confusion about sex and sexuality and becomes your guide in finding the Creator’s mind about our sexuality.
The Church at War is an interesting book that seeks to inspire believers into practical works that can transform communities. In this book, the author is calling the Body of Christ back to its fighting faith and calling in order to manifest the love and the kingdom of God in the communities that are afflicted by so many issues. The church seems to have gone to sleep and to be sidetracked by other doctrines that could be a deception and a way of making the whole church lukewarm and not effective. The book reminds the church that the gospel of Jesus Christ is confrontational in its nature and focuses and requires a church that has a great appetite to engage, therefore. Kilton calls on the church to put on a warrior attitude and resist the schemes of the devil imposed on the communities in the nations.
In this book Celebrating My Africanness, he looks at a continental attitude that has caused millions to waste their lives and gifts, glued to past pains and failing to move ahead with their lives. The book encourages citizens of the continent to appreciate themselves and begin to value who they are and build their lives on that. Unless you change your attitude toward you, you will not see much success. No one disqualifies you more than you yourself. You are hindered by how you treat yourself.