“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 →

God Doesn’t Fail Even When Our Faith Fails

The entire Church could be praying and not expecting an answer... God is not a man anyways.

GIVING TO PASTORS | Deal or No Deal?

Considerable individuals feel that they have been scammed when they drop an offering or hand over an envelope of money to their Pastors. Well, I wouldn't pretend like the flashy lifestyles of some pastors didn't cause the ill-feeling some people have towards giving to Pastors. But, it is dishonest to judge all Pastors because of... Continue Reading →

Will Believers Who Died in Sin Go To Hell?

Not going to hell is easy. Saint John tells us "Whoever believes in him is not condemned, but whoever does not believe stands condemned already because they have not believed in the name of God’s one and only Son." - 1 John 2:1 NIV Jesus is our advocate and his intercession on our behalf covers... Continue Reading →

The Ultimate Way to Stand Against Devil and His Schemes

Don't take it slightingly, the devil is not "dense". The devil will not come to you advertising that he is the devil, he wouldn't come to you with an apparent lie and he doesn't come looking so monstrous, vicious, negative and 'wicked' as often portrayed in the media. He rides on those false narratives of... Continue Reading →

I HAVE NOT COME TO ABOLISH THE LAW | SO WHAT?

“Don’t misunderstand why I have come. I did not come to abolish the law of Moses or the writings of the prophets. No, I came to accomplish their purpose." - Matthew 5:17 NLT Jesus didn't come to condemn the law, he came to fulfil it. The purpose of the law was to expose our inadequacies... Continue Reading →

FAITHFUL, YET AFRAID

God may ask you to do something knowing that you will be afraid to do it. He may not be expecting you to quickly lose that fear, he expects you to be courageous. Sometimes, courage doesn't mean the absence of fear, it means going ahead to do something despite your fears, it may also mean... Continue Reading →

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