WHY NO SEX BEFORE MARRIAGE?

Today, you'd get a lot of people cancelling you for saying things like "avoid sex before marriage". Others try to convince you that it helps in making an informed decision about marriage. I think we shouldn't be excusing premarital sex with excuses like "I want to test to be sure of what I'm entering to"...... Continue Reading →

Puberty happened to me

If you want to know what goes on in the life of your male child, read this and make of it whatever you want. In my family, we weren't brought up to count on friendships. We were dissuaded from making friends. Making friends of the opposite sex was an abomination. I grew up not being... Continue Reading →

MARRY YOUR IDEAL MAN, DON’T TRY CHANGING SOMEONE ELSE TO BECOME YOUR IDEAL MAN

Before you choose to marry anybody, define what you want, who you want and the life you want. Don't get married to someone who doesn't fit into your desires and then begin to force them to fit in. It's very wrong! Don't sign up for A and begin to reconstruct A to become B. For... Continue Reading →

Was Jesus Ever Afraid On Earth?

In Hebrews 5:7KJV, we read "Who in the days of his flesh, when he had offered up prayers and supplications with strong crying and tears unto him that was able to save him from death, and was heard in that he feared;" Does this by any chance suggest that Jesus prayed out of fear?  Was Jesus... Continue Reading →

Dear Africans, We Must Stop Living The Life Of Our Ancestors

"We're Africans, that's not how we do it. That's not what our fathers handed down to us…" This is what you always hear when you want to do things differently for obvious reasons. For example, when you insist that men and women are equal and champion the cause of feminism, the first thing people tell... Continue Reading →

CHECKING YOUR PARTNER’S PHONE | Right or Wrong?

The other day, I asked if it was right to have unrestrained access to your partner's phones, and the majority of people responded in the affirmative. From the time I started dating my wife to this day that we are married, I have never gone through my wife's conversations with others and if I must... Continue Reading →

5 Dangers of Stereotyping

As an Igbo, from the Eastern part of Nigeria, I will use some of the experiences prevalent in this part of the world to drive home my opinion. Some Igbos have this weird opinion about Imo people, an Igbo state. Either they tell you that their girls are wayward or they tell you that their... Continue Reading →

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