New content (series) alert. Dear Readers, This is a series dedicated to parents and would-be parents. Please take the time and follow this series, and reflect within. Where am I getting it right or wrong? What can I do differently? BACKGROUND Most parents do their best to provide guidance in order to help their… Continue reading Overprotective (Helicopter) Parenting
We love to have the mountaintop Experiences of life, To be in God’s presence worshiping Where our spirits soar so high These times are to be treasured For all that God would do So we will be better equipped For the valley we must go through For it’s down in the valleys Where we are… Continue reading Valleys of Life
I want to be upfront a bit, this article is tailored towards the brothers but it has its secondary application to the sisters. The question of ‘how to manage an opposite-sex friendship with no strings attached’ within a godly setting could pose some challenges sometimes. After a while you begin to hear gist like, “he… Continue reading Guiding one another’s heart, the path to being siblings in christ.
Are you a thief?? Yes, You! Have you heard of Kleptomaniacs. Kleptomaniacs are those individuals who are fast with their fingers. They love picking things that belong to others. For those brothers that love committing touchery! See what 1 Corinthians 7:1 says “It is not good for a man to ‘touch’ a woman”. The same… Continue reading Don’t Touch!!
Who is excited about the weekend?? I am. Like we say, Thank God it’s Friday. So we are going to do things differently today. As you know, Fridays are dedicated to celebrating Godly Influencers, those men and women who have made their mark in the kingdom and whose influence we can still feel even in… Continue reading Guess Who???
…but he appeared slightly sleepy. A well-padded rug attacked the pains on my soles and overcame it as soon as I stepped in. He went ahead quizzing me on the reason I had not been able to secure an admission into the University. I explained that Post-UTME had posed quite a challenge over the… Continue reading He is My Brother (2)
I tried everything I knew to get out of that closet of pain. I drank impressive quantities of alcohol, took dangerous amounts of drugs, went deeply into eastern religions, the occult, and unhealthy relationships. But these things gave me nothing more than a temporary relief, after which I was worse off than before. I became… Continue reading Stormie Omartian