As a writer, especially one who wants to make a career of your craft, you need to find your voice in terms of the genre to concentrate on and the […]» Read more
Your circumstances may say there’s no way out. But your circumstances are natural, they are limited. God, on the other hand, is spiritual and unlimited. He can do a miracle in your case- something beyond belief that addresses your need and brings you relief.» Read more
The inspiration for writing this piece came from a question a reader sent me in the mail based on my earlier post, “7 ways to know a true friend”. The […]» Read more
Intro by Edith Ohaja: In 2017, Chikezie Uzuegbunam was named one of the 100 Brightest Young Minds in Africa. He also gave a TED Talk to top Business Executives/Communicators in […]» Read more
Sickness is not a pretty experience. It comes with a lot of costs. The cost of getting help is often high and add to that: weight loss; disfigurement; loss of body parts, mental acuity or bodily functions. It’s no surprise that those with chronic or debilitating illness sometimes feel shame. However, sickness is bad enough without the added weight of shame.
This post gives you knowledge to subdue that shame with if you ever feel it.
Intro: Some months ago, I published a guest post that was based on the scriptural injunction in Matthew 7:1, “Judge not lest ye be judged.” The post was a brilliant […]» Read more
For many believers, to be “blessed” means to receive relief from their problems and acquire the pleasures and comforts of life. In this regard, Christians have different conceptions of God. […]» Read more
Intro: In the first part of this teaching, an overview of the life of Apostle Paul was presented and some lessons gleaned therefrom. You may wish to click on the […]» Read more
Intro: Praise God, this is the fourth post in our Grace Series and it begins our discussion of grace in the life of Apostle Paul. Here’s a rundown of the […]» Read more