SOS4 Partnership

Meeting with Volunteers for the SOS4 Program on Saturday, 26th January, at the Felicia Apoki Hall, Petra Christian Academy, Ughelli.   In attendance were several prominent citizens including a retired regional bank manager, a retired matron from the nursing services of the Ministry of Defense, a retired principal, a vice principal of a school, and […]

Dangers Of Cultism

On Wednesday, the 16th of January, I had the privilege of being the guest speaker at the Michael and Cecelia Ibru University, Agbarah-Otor, as part of the orientation program for new students. I want to thank Dr. (Mrs) Cecilia Ibru, the President and co-founder of the University for this privilege, the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Ibiyinka Fuwape, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, […]

A Visit To Igbide—A Peep Into The Future

I met Venerable Mathew A. E. Igri about 18 years back when I started running seminars for the Anglican church. I had just relocated from Aba to Ughelli. We found out that we are both alumni of the University of Ibadan. He took interest in my ministry since then. Now he is retired and resides […]

The Seed Of Esau—Would you have forgiven Jacob?

In previous studies on the Spirit of Esau, we’ve looked at The Spirit of Esau, Why did God hate Esau?, The Spirit of Esau and Legacy, and The Spirit Of Esau And Recklessness. We continue now with the Seed of Esau. Text: Genesis 33:1-18 This is one of the most dramatic chapters in the Bible. It is also one of the most challenging […]

Making The Years Cascade Into Each Other

In my previous post on The New Year Has Started, I talked about things I have come to realize as one gets older. Today, we finished the decking on a wing of our new school site at Okuokoko, near Warri in Delta State, which we started in January 2018 to build. On the first working day, 2nd […]

The Spirit of Esau and Legacy

In the series on the study of Esau, we’ve looked at The Spirit Of Esau and Why Did God Hate Esau. We continue the study looking at how Esau treated family legacies. As said earlier on, the covenant inheritance that Esau had as occupational blessing was animal husbandry. It is noteworthy that even Pharaoh’s attempt […]

The New Year Has Started

The pictures below are those of our new school site at Okuokoko, near Warri. In the last few weeks, I have met two of my friends who told me to make sure I enjoy my money. I tried to ponder over why they talk to me like that. I suspect it is because of the way […]

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 […]

Despite The Stains

In the first post on Scars, stains, Scandals, and Stars, we dwelt on the subject of Scars. Text: 2 Kings 5:1 Naaman, commander of the army of the king of Syria, was a great man with his master, accepted [and acceptable], because by him the Lord had given victory to Syria. He was also a […]