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, […]

The Principle Of Accumulation And The Cascading Years

A few days ago, I wrote about Making The Years Cascade Into Each Other. One of the problems of modern Pentecostalism is the big-bang miracles expectation and lifestyle. After all the fasting and prayers and seeds for the year 2019, many of our members will be expecting a sudden incidence that will suddenly change their […]

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 […]

And Master Took Me Into The Bush Again

By Marcus Ekure Dr. Apoki: Oh Marcus you are here? Marcus: Yes Daddy. I haven’t seen you for a week, hence, I decided to come check on you while refilling my wisdom bank. Dr. Apoki: Do you mind if we take a walk, Son? Marcus: Why not! I don’t mind. Hence, we drove off to […]

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 […]

Word and Wisdom Conference 2018

October 1st, 2018, was a wonderful day. We had our Word and Wisdom Conference at Petra Christian Academy, Ughelli. We had a large crowd come and I was amazed that a great percentage of those—about 65-70%—were meeting me for the very first time, and it was through our Radio Program on Wednesdays, 6:30 a.m., on […]

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. […]