Someday, you’ll be memory

A few years back, I was sitting with my fellow young people in Church as a youth leader and I said to them "Don't get scared of people leaving you, this is life. Don't be afraid of change, it is bound to happen. People will come, people will go. One day, all of us may... Continue Reading →


"Great men depart this earth as much as common men do. The only thing that lasts forever on earth is the footprints we have been able to leave behind."- George Onyedikachukwu Nnadozie Today, Facebook threw back a memory that leaves me in tears. It was a memory of the mission I embarked on with a... Continue Reading →


My faith has never been shaken as now; my emotions have never been traumatized as it is being done now! I have never questioned myself in the manner I am doing now… I feel very bad and awful!


My dearest friend whom I have come to love even more after the first mission project, my brother in the lord and my co worker in the vineyard of God. I still remember when you said to me "I have come to understand you George, even if everyone misunderstands you... I think I know you better"
I know you are with the Lord right now! I have no doubt in my heart. I miss you Uche, I will miss you brother! All of us at YAC on the Niger will miss you! The souls you won at Ndinkwuda, Izzi, will miss you! Don't worry... I will tell them Uche has gone to be with the Lord.

Keep resting in peace… I will join someday… very soon!

I HAVE FOUGHT RIGHT: Statement of absolute fulfillment

I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith. (2 Timothy 4:7) Paul was sure of himself! He was certain of the race he ran, certain of the reward that awaits him and certain of where he was going. That was why he declared "I fought the good... Continue Reading →


God has given us something more than an endless love song, something more than an idea and something more than anything any man can ever offer.

GOING TO HEAVEN: how to guarantee eternal salvation.

“Salvation is found in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given to men by which we must be saved” (Acts 4:12).

SIN: ultimately dealing with it

"I'm just an old sinner saved by Grace", that is not wholesomely untruthful. Yes! We are saved by Grace. However, when a born-again believer says, "I'm just an old sinner", it is, in reality, an insult and a slap in the face of God and His work of grace.

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