Welcome to Pinnacle of Praise Show. Our endeavor is to enable women of influence to empower and equip women from all walks of life with the ability to triumph in life and achieve their goals in life. We bring a christian and holistic perspective of going through season of life and hope that you will connect with other women so as to learn with each other.

Up Coming Events

  • Live Show:Interpersonal Skills

    Tuesday July 22, 2014 8:00pm

    Interpersonal skills are life skills that are essential in our personal, social and professional life; as well as in sharing our faith in Christ with others. Irene Thuku and Elizabeth Macharia will give us tips in understanding and developing interpersonal skills.Listen live at 619-393-2852 or http://pinnacleofpraiseshow.com/new/ Thank you for choosing Pinnacle of Praise Show. Beatrice Ndura – Host

  • Live Show:The Pain of Emotional Recovery

    Tuesday July 29, 2014 8:00pm

    Life is an emotional journey and we encounter emotional potholes along the way, such as rejection,loss and failure. Faith Muchiri will enlighten us on the pain of emotional recovery and give us tips on how to effectively deal with it. Listen live at: 619-393-2852 or http://pinnacleofpraiseshow.com/new/ Thank you for choosing Pinnacle of Praise Show. Beatrice Ndura – Host



Stop Explaining and Enjoy Life! By Heizal Njuguna

If everyone had to explain every decision they made in their life, then none of us would actually live wholly because half our lives would be spent explaining. It is liberating to know and understand that whether we explain ourselves or not, the world will still judge us- whether harshly or fairly. Therefore pick a subject you love in school; go dancing whenever you can; do

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Christian Perspective of Uncertainty: By Dr. Margaret Mbindyo

We all have been given an opportunity to live for now, this breathe! We are not sure about the next second, minute, hour, day, week or year. We are uncertain about the future by all means. We cannot own it, we cannot boast about it. The bible says “Never boast about tomorrow. You don’t know what will happen between now and then” (Proverbs 27:1). Parents are

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I was traveling back to the USA after an overseas trip to Africa.  I had taken my seat on the aircraft, towards the back of the economy class.  Before the doors were closed, one of the female cabin crew came, stood next to where I was sitting.  “Are you Mrs. Musau?” she asked.  In a split second a picture of how I’ve seen people being pulled

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FRIENDSHIP: Nontobeko “Nonto” Masilela

What is friendship? We all have our own definitions and opinions on what friendship is, but I would like to share my definition and thoughts with you. One of the dictionary definitions for friend is, “a person whom one knows and with whom one has a bond of mutual affection.” and ship is, “a vessel larger than a boat for transporting people or goods by sea.”

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“I SMELL GOD”: By Miriam Musau

Growing up in a village west of Nairobi in Kenya, we would go visit my grandmother who lived “across the river.”  She lived in a fairly decent home, but had an outside hut where she cooked using an open fire with three stones to support whatever pot was being used.  The place would be so smoky sometimes you could not see the person sitting opposite you,

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Where is your Mission Field? By Heizal Njuguna

About three years ago I had decided I was never going to work in the customer service field again, because I thought clients were just too unreasonable and nothing I did made them happy. Turns out I was approaching my job in the wrong view and maybe approaching it as a mission field would be a better view and even more fulfilling to work in the

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No Trash Can for Prayers: By Pastor Samuel Mwangi

Some studies shows that Prayer has been mentioned for over 512 times in the bible. It is for a good reason. Mathew 14:23 tells us that Jesus “After he had dismissed them, he went up on a mountainside by himself to pray”. Prayer was a central practice in the early church. It is encouraging to know that God has no “Trash can for prayers” in heaven.

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Diversity is about learning to accept people from different cultures, backgrounds and races for the beautiful uniqueness that makes everyone an important part of the community. WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO CELEBRATE DIVERSITY It helps us become comfortable with who we are. I know that I don’t have everything but I have something and the same applies to everyone I come into contact with. Celebrating diversity

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What Is In Your Tool Box? By Miriam Musau

  … or are you aware you have one?  I picked up an old copy of September 2013 Guide Post – there wasn’t like an attractive heading but I picked it anyway.  On the cover is Mike Rowe – know who that is?  The host of ‘Dirty Jobs’.  I was not interested in reading about him.  But usually there are very interesting articles in any Guide

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The Holy Hands of Jesus: By Beatrice Ndura, M.A.

    The Holy Hands of Jesus Strong to save and mighty to uphold Strong enough to lift the burdens away. The Holy Hands of Jesus With the marks of the nails A sign of love and sacrifice. The Holy Hands of Jesus With the nail produced blood A reminder that he washed away my sins He made me pure as snow. The Holy Hands of Jesus

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