The Leafy Lifestyle

The passages below, from the Bible, have always intrigued me, but they became more meaningful to me after some observations and meditations. Text: Mark 11:12-14, 20 The next day as they were leaving Bethany, Jesus was hungry. Seeing in the distance a fig tree in leaf, he went to find out if it had any fruit. […]

A Mission Trip To Obiaruku— SOS4

Mr John Iloh is a retired regional manager of United Bank of Africa (UBA); he is also an ardent listener to our Word and Wisdom program every Wednesday by 10 a.m. on Quest FM 93.1. He put up this meeting as his own contribution to stop the decay he had noticed in the secondary schools […]

Living A Fulfilled Life And Striking The Balance

We are almost in the last phases of the School Project at Ughelli because another building for Petra Christian Academy at Warri is currently on.     My wife and I have adopted the principle of the Philosophy of the Ant. It is the principle of gradualism, otherwise known as the principle of “krorkrorkror”, according to Marcus […]

Striking The Balance

Speaking late November, at the Men’s Week on  “A Fulfilling and Healthy Lifestyle” at Victoria Garden City, Lagos.  Lessons. 1. The drive to excel and live a fulfilled life is very good, but it must never be at the expense of your health, family relationships, relationship with society and God. 2. There is too much […]

The Caterpillar, The Pupa, And The Butterfly

Speaking on Friday, 29th of October, to members of several cooperative societies in Ughelli and environs at the legislative chamber of Ughelli Local Government Area. It is very important to walk and work with God in life. Eighteen years ago, when I came to Ughelli, it was as if I made a serious mistake. I […]

Lessons From My Wife’s Poultry and The Nigerian Church

In this series, we’ve looked at Education: A Need For Redirection And Redefinition—Lessons From My Wife’s Poultry and Lessons from My Wife’s Poultry—Dynamism. Lastly we looked at Lessons From My Wife’s Poultry and The Nigerian Situation. I was in two churches to worship on a Sunday. When you preach to others you need also to be preached to. In one of […]

Lessons From My Wife’s Poultry and The Nigerian Situation

In the first post on Lessons from my Wife’s Poultry, we talked about the need for redirecting and redefining education. In the second post, we looked at the importance of dynamism in creating and adding more value to life and our responsibilities. We continue with the series. Friday, the 12th of October, 2018, was a […]