Moving On . . .

This month has been very hectic. I was at Calabar for the Church of God Mission Eastern Regional Conference till the first few days of September. I got home on a Monday, I had to dash to Rivers State to speak at another of our branches at Port Harcourt on Thursday night. I left very […]

Simulation And Sustainability [2]

In the first post on Simulation and Sustainability, we looked at the dangers of simulation and how it poses a problem to sustainability. We continue with some practical steps on the important attribute of sustainability in any venture. When you want to embark on a project, you must do the following: S1 – Sit down […]

Simulation And Sustainability

Our visit to Tinapa, on the 1st of September, brought mixed emotions to me. At the same time, it reinforced something I’ve been discussing and write about for a while now. It is the issue of simulation and sustainability. Simulation is to mimic, to try to be like, to copy, and try to execute what […]

Hold On To Your Vision

The story I want to share about my journey is still on going. The picture above is the sunrise as seen from my wife’s bedroom door through the sitting room to our balcony upstairs. One distinguishing factor between the rich and the poor is where they live and the part of town where they reside. […]

Understanding Dynamics of Life—Exception and Exemption

In the continuing series on Law of Exemption and Exception, we look at the changing dynamics Isaac had to face, and adapt to, to succeed. Text: Genesis 26:6-17 Lessons of life 1. You can’t step into the same river twice. By the time you step in again the dynamics have changed; the ”waters” you stepped into […]

Scars, Stains, Scandals, and Stars

On my way to the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, we had to stop at a hotel to pick up some young people—members of a TV crew that came for the presidential bid declaration of His Excellency, Governor Olusegun Mimiko. We had to wait for the State Chairman and Secretary of the Ondo State Labour […]

Responsibility, Replication, and Reward [2]

In the first post, we looked at the first commandment man received, which is to be fruitful, multiply, and replenish the earth. We continue on the attitude of responsibility and replication, and the reward attached to it. When I was asking God where to invest my anointing, where to go to for ministry, I heard, […]

Responsibility, Replication, and Reward

Several times when I go to church and I hear, “If you shout the loudest amen, you get the biggest miracle“, I’m always amazed at the level of ignorance of the basic principles of the Kingdom amongst Christians. There are keys and mysteries of the kingdom we, Christians, tend to ignore. The pictures below show […]

Law of Exemption—Stopping Recurring Negativity

In the continuing series on Law of Exemption and Exception, we look at some recurring challenges that plagued Abraham and his descendants. Text: Genesis 26:6-11 So Isaac stayed in Gerar. When the men of that place asked him about his wife, he said, “She is my sister,” because he was afraid to say, “She is my wife.” […]

Youth Participation In Delta State Politics: Issues, Challenges, And Suggestions

In the first post, we looked at the need for youth participation in politics. In this continuing post, we’ll be looking at the challenges facing youths in participating in politics and some suggestions. ISSUES IN DELTA STATE POLITICS  1. Delta State has several ethnic nationalities There are cases of the trans-generational viruses of tribalism transferred to […]