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Charles Washera of Vision TV in Kenya tries to present the Gospel in creative and catchy ways.  Creativity is one thing, but is it okay to talk about Jesus in a "catchy" way?  According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, the word "catchy" means "appealing and easy to remember."  What could be wrong with that?

Click here for a link to Vision TV in Kenya

(Photo of Charles Washera of Vision TV)