This Sacred Moment

There is so much to say about the fabric of humanity, the choices we made, the ones we are making and the ones we are likely to make; but, I chose to be quiet for a moment… A moment in time, a season while silence is golden! Soon, its expediency would expire and the city…

The Death of True Worship and the Birth of Sacrifice

For a while, many things, as pertaining to the House of the LORD, has burdened my heart; unfortunately, I have not been able to put them down in words because I do not write unless I am inspired so to do. While the Most High desires and seeks out His own to be with Him…

Is Your Christian Marriage Really Working? (PART 3)

Continued from Part Two . . . The trouble with the Christian marriage is that many things are not like they are in marriages that did not involve God. Although, most Christian marriages are already becoming more like the secular, the God-factor in Christian marriages sets it apart from the rest. Therefore, if you really…

Is Your Christian Marriage Really Working? (Part 2)

Continues from Part One. . . . The last time I wrote about this subject, I said I would continue later. . .  This is the continuation of Part One. If you want a marriage that works, you should carefully consider the following issues: 3. Condemnation by Scriptures It is common among Christian families that…

Cancerous Growth

The Church is one of early disciples’ response to fellowshipping with each other, a completely different entity from the body of Christ, for which He is coming back. Gradually, the church establishment is becoming so great and widely reaching; unfortunately, it’s depth is daily sacrificed for it’s width and reach.  This depth is not developed…

'Aaro' 

In ancient traditional African kingdoms, farmers and fathers were faced with enormous responsibility of feeding their households, which were larger then than now, and providing for other needs.  Then, their primary work was agriculture. Though they had very large expanse of arable land to farm, there was no mechanization to their farming and they did…

Of Perception and Choices

Words and deeds, these two shapes what is believed; Sound and sight, these two informs what is perceived. Until they are both played out, choices would be hard to make; Unless choices are rooted in the Truth, regret and pain are around the corner. Man was made to make choices, Choosing right is what he…

Grace is it! 

If you have never been traumatized, you may not know what is possible in terms of drastic response. Life has a way of bringing us a mix of beauty and blight, prosperity and pain, peace and provocations, and so on and so forth…  In recent times, I have realized that when we ask for more,…

A Bowl of Means

First written and posted on Facebook on July 24, 2015 | 4.02pm I write from under a shed made of weather-worn plywood and bamboo, with an army of workers; Okada riders, mechanics, vulcanisers and apple fruit sellers, all making a living from under this shed. A few hours past noon and it’s time for lunch….

To Charge or Not To Charge

A couple of weeks ago,  I posted a couple of life-enriching events/programs on my social media pages and I was challenged by someone to make participation free so that many people can attend. The gentleman even went as far as offering a prayer for me to be more ‘blessed’ (whatever being blessed means) so that…