In My Father’s House | I Have Plenty

In the first post on “Full-time or Fool-time Ministry”, we looked at how Joseph’s and Mary’s capacity for adaptability was part of the reasons they were honoured to be the earthly parents of Jesus. We also discussed how capacity and the ability to manage little opportunities would, to a large extent, determine your level of operation. The […]

Abraham Will Command His Household

I was in Christ Church, Port Harcourt, with Ambassador Raymond Orogun Ugbeh on Sunday, 16th of June, to speak during their Father’s Day celebrations; it was a glorious moment. There were several intellectuals and business men and women present. I believe in the vegetative reproductive capacity of the Word of God. When Jesus told the […]

Full-Time or Fool-Time [2]

In the first post, we discussed why Joseph’s and Mary’s ability and competence for adaptability was one of the determining criteria for granting them the honour of being earthly parents of Jesus. We also discussed how capacity and the ability to manage little opportunities would, to a large extent, determine your level of operation. We […]

Vision and Creativity

The problem is never how to get new, innovative thought into your mind, but how to get the old ones out. Every mind is a building filled with archaic furniture. Clean out a corner of your mind and creativity will instantly fill it. Dee Hock Vision is the mother of creativity. Vision triggers a sense of purpose […]

The Spirit Of Esau

This post will be a first in a series on a comprehensive study on Esau. Scriptural References: And I hated Esau, and laid his mountains and his heritage waste for the dragons of the wilderness. Malachi 1:3   As it is written, Jacob have I loved, but Esau have I hated. Romans 9:13 Genesis 26:19-34, […]

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. […]