It’s a new day, it’s a new week
It’s a time to trust and be blessed afresh
The hurts and disappointments of the past may still be raw
But take a chance to open your heart
Open it up to possibilities of good
Believe that better things are in the wings
INTRODUCTION Do you want to write but you’re afraid of what the outcome would be? You’re not sure the quality of your writing would be good enough or what people’s […]» Read more
Do you ever wonder, “What can I write about?” Do you sometimes complain that you can’t think of anything interesting to address. You feel you can’t come up with anything […]» Read more
The primary channel through which God heals is His word. He speaks and darkness turns to light, sickness turns to health, the damaged is repaired, the lost restored. It was through the same word that God created all things (Genesis 1). We can, therefore, release the same creative power when we pray God’s word over our minds and bodies. This requires studying and meditating upon God’s word so that the Spirit of God can quicken the right scriptures in our heart to pray with and undo whatever evil is plaguing us.» Read more
Apostle Paul admonished that each person should be fully convinced in his mind of the stance he or she wants to take on disputable matters because anything not done from faith is sin (vs. 5 & 23). He added that we should not judge one another on the bases of such matters.» Read more
In this post, I explain the relevance and indispensability of writing to various areas of Mass Communication to challenge students and practitioners who are putting the barest minimum of efforts into improving their writing abilities to start making hay while the sun shines.» Read more
What if a Christian attaches, “The Lord told me,” to almost everything he says and constantly shares quite enthusiastically the next big step God would have him take or the latest profound truth God has revealed to him (sometimes asking for support to fund him) with no accountability for failed and contradictory prophecies he shared in the past?
What if in the midst of this abundance of revelations, the person’s life is not showing much evidence of the fruit of the Spirit or sustained spiritual growth/maturity and, sometimes, progress in general?
This post offers Scripture-based advice to such Christians.» Read more
Intro by Edith Ohaja: Some Christians feel that children of God should not date at all. But that, as many would agree, is an untenable position. The more prevalent dilemma is […]» Read more