If Jesus didn’t come to abolish the law, why aren’t we supposed to follow the law?

This was a question a brother asked me several weeks ago. Most times, when we are teaching believers about their freedom in Christ Jesus and how we are not subject to the laws of Moses, they often ask "does that mean we should discard the Old Testament?" The idea of a "lawless Christianity" sounds so... Continue Reading →

Drinking Alcohol is Not Sin, Just Like Coffee But…

The other day, I wrote on my Facebook wall that it is funny how someone who just drank coffee for breakfast is telling another fellow who just drank alcohol that drinking alcohol is a sin. First of all, it was a calculated post; to initiate a conversation that would lead to this essay and expose... Continue Reading →

Growing up, writing and my mother

Throughout my Nursery, Primary and Secondary School, I wasn't that super-intelligent boy who passes exams but one thing was certain, I was among the best in all my classes when it comes to comprehension, public reading and stuff. Do you know why? My mother who wasn't even a secondary school graduate trained us by herself... Continue Reading →

ARE WIVES THE SOLE KEEPERS OF THE HOME?

I asked previously, “where did God say it is the duty of the woman to keep the home while the man makes money?” and a fellow responded, “I found this post hilarious, preposterous, and unassuming.” He went ahead to submit Titus 2:4-5 as the place that established wives as the keeper of the home and... Continue Reading →

The Gospel, The Wholesome Deliverance

We must get this very clear. God's intention with the gospel is to reveal to you that you need help, set your heart right to receive his help and save you as much as you are willing to get saved. You must know this as a believer who intends to introduce others to Christ and... Continue Reading →

“Is he trying to get under my pants?” | My Church Story

 ...my first in-depth experience within a Church system. I have been waiting to share this story for years. I may not include all the details because that would mean writing a book. But, I will share what I feel my readers would need the most. Some years back, I served as the chapter President of... Continue Reading →

Walking my stand | … On Women and my interest in them

I intrinsically hate to see anyone oppressed, loathed or frequently subjected to all forms of hatred. One of the ways to get me like someone is when everyone else seems to hate him or her. Growing up, I saw parents tell their daughters "sit well, sit like a woman!", "behave yourself, don't you know that... Continue Reading →

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