Jehovah Is A Rewarder Of Diligence

On Friday, 19th April, I was invited as a guest speak for the Jesus And Me (JAM) Conference organised by all the campus fellowships of CGMI in Nigeria. We are expecting hundreds of youths in attendance. I shall be speaking on three topics that I have been dwelling on for some time now. Becoming outstanding […]

The Eagle @ 60

Even as we celebrate, it can only get better. On Saturday, April 27th, there’ll be a celebration and book launch/reveal – “Refined by Hardship (Lessons From My Early Life)“. at Petra Christian Academy, Ughelli. We are expecting my classmate, Engr. Mathew Edevbie, CEO Income Electrix to give a lecture. Lessons of Life * Don’t describe a […]

The Story Behind The Glory—Building Like the Ant

In continuation on The New Year Has Started, here are a few lessons I’ve picked up. Lessons Of Life 1. Real estate rarely depreciates in value We bought that piece of land on which we are building about 20 years back. Then, an acre was about 300,000 Naira. Today, an acre goes for between 24 […]

The Story Behind The Glory

Going through my archives of experiences, I thought I should share this experience of my visit to St. Peter and Paul Catholic Church to The Story Behind The Glory series. When I got to the big Catholic Church, nobody paid attention to me in the real sense because I have never been there before. However, when […]

Cascading Functionality

In previous posts on Cascading, we discussed Making The Years Cascade Into Each Other and The Principle Of Accumulation And The Cascading Years. In recent times, I am finding out that one opportunity to serve or perform a duty can cascade into other opportunities to serve on other occasions and at higher levels. Every role you will play this […]

God Visits You In Your Workplace

In the first post, Work—The Purpose Of Your Existence, we said the primary purpose of God creating man is to deputize for Him to do good works and how work is the basis of functionality of any society or organization. In this continuing post we look at some reasons why our ‘workplace’ provides a channel for God’s […]

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 […]

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 […]