Making Use Of Every Space And Opportunities

I reside on half an acre. I have always wanted to retire early from medical practice, and I did at 40. I cherish my liberty and control of my time. I like to run in my own lane, at my own pace, and in my own space. I detest regimentation, compulsion, and uniformity. I like […]

Investment Time, Seed Sowing Time, Selling Time, Blessing Time

The picture below is one I took with my customers who came to buy “holy broilers” one morning. Some came to buy the previous day too. The church in Africa needs to balance her theopraxis (which is the combination of two Greek word theos—which means God—and praxis—which means practice). It is used to express a […]

What Have You Of Sale Value In Your House?

This was one of the scriptures that affected me tremendously. One day the widow of a member of the group of prophets came to Elisha and cried out, “My husband who served you is dead, and you know how he feared the Lord. But now a creditor has come, threatening to take my two sons as […]

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 […]

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 […]

Full-Time or Fool-Time [1]

I wrote this the day after I came from an embassy in Abuja to get a visa to visit my son graduating from medical school in Europe in 2012. About ten years before then, I was in an embassy, and I was so nervous because I had no statement of account of my own. I […]

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 […]

Lessons From Feeding Kangaroos

Feeding kangaroos. It is an experience of a lifetime; something one must experience.   A kick from this animal can kill an adult; their claws are as sharp as 2-inch nails. But with food in my hands their aggressive nature did not manifest. One particular thing I found out, during my visit to Adelaide, was […]

Becoming a Financial Giant

Speaking, today, to the Youths of Heroes of Faith Church.   Financial giants are those who stand head and shoulders above their contemporaries in finances. There are about 2000 billionaires globally. I am not one of them yet; however, I have read and studied some basic characteristics about billionaires and the very rich people of […]