When it feels like God does not exist

‘God does not exist’ I heard these words everyday in my head for nearly two weeks in 2015. It was ridiculous, I felt like I was running mad. Now having lived in the west at this time, I was well aware of the atheistic philosophy and it was disturbing that I would be plagued andContinue reading “When it feels like God does not exist”

BIG BROTHER

Although I barely spend time on Television, I took some time off today from my routine and  payed attention to the reality show “Big Brother Naija”. For those of you that don’t live in Africa and know nothing about Big Brother Naija but have read George Orwell’s 1984.  Big Brother in both contexts share similarContinue reading “BIG BROTHER”

He has it all figured out

“Then the word of the Lord came to them: “Law after law, law after law, line after line, line after line, a little here, a little there,“ Isaiah 28:13a On Saturday  my friend-Tosin- got married to her heart-throb and after the wedding, Laura and I wanted to get food in the evening but we keptContinue reading “He has it all figured out”

Is That a Good Choice?

In 2013, just before one of my contracts ended, I was speaking to one of my mentors who encouraged me to make good choices and that stuck with me. Her words began as  “Are you making good choices?” Now you probably don’t need me to tell you that your choice can either make or marContinue reading “Is That a Good Choice?”

Listen To Him

During this past week, my colleague and I were working on something we weren’t supposed to be working on and within intervals of our work, I kept having a check in my heart as to whether I should really be working on that. This feeling persisted and just as the day ended, after trying toContinue reading “Listen To Him”

You and Your Parents

Let me just start by saying that if you have lost your biological  parents this post is still for you, as you might have adopted or spiritual parents like Paul who was a father to many in the early church. For you can have 10,000 instructors in Christ, but you can’t have many fathers. ForContinue reading “You and Your Parents”

Mind Your Business

My dearly loved brothers, understand this: Everyone must be quick to hear, slow to speak, and slow to anger (James 1:19) “Ah you slapped a married woman” came the sound from the other end of the compound. Aunty Sandra (not her real name)  was  slapped  just as my family tried to engage in ministration toContinue reading “Mind Your Business”

How to be resilient; Horatio Spafford case study

Being in development circles, I have heard the term resilience over and over again which has made me sit to think about what resilience means. According to  Mariam Webster,  it is  the ability to become strong, healthy, or successful again after something bad happens. “psychology Today” explains that resilience  is the ineffable quality that allows Continue reading “How to be resilient; Horatio Spafford case study”

Nothing But A Pencil.

So I was reading the Left Behind series by Tim Lahaye and  part of the book had the theme of “doing what is best for you as an individual or what God thinks is best”. I find  it is very interesting because the basis for taking personal decisions in this world is generally the individualContinue reading “Nothing But A Pencil.”

Fear: The enemy’s weapon

 “I have done this so that we may not be taken advantage of by Satan. For we are not ignorant of his schemes”-2 Corinthians 2:11 (HCSB) Satan has many schemes and devices and one that I allowed to be used against me  was fear . I am one person who is very interested in theContinue reading “Fear: The enemy’s weapon”