Human beings are created by God according to the Biblical understanding – and Kameeta follows that we all are called to be creative. The world at the end should be renewed, so therefore we should be innovative. Such impulses give hints how to make a difference. The meditations, reflections, speeches and sermons of Zephania Kameeta are telling many different stories how he has transformed these thoughts into various faith-based social, political, ecological, economical and ecumenical actions. With projects like the Basis Income Grant Pilot Project in a less privileged village in Namibia (Otjivero-Omitara) Bishop Kameeta and the whole coalition supporting it made a difference in people’s life and has an impact till today’s worldwide discussions on social grants. The book is a treasure for those searching for new impulses own commitment and transformation of thoughts into action. The collection is enriched by the forewords of Frank Chikane (South Africa) and Ulrich Möller (Germany), close companions of Zephania Kameeta in different stages of life.
Zephania Kameeta, born in 1945 in Namibia, is a liberation theologian, pastor, politician and social activist. Inter alia he was Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly in Namibia, Bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in the Republic of Namibia, Moderator of United Evangelical Mission, Vice-President of the Lutheran World Federation. Currently he serves as the Minister of Poverty Eradication and Social Welfare in the Namibian Government and has multi-fold influence in Namibia, in Africa and worldwide.