In the last few weeks, the nation has been on alert no thanks to revived killings in Southern Kaduna, Northwest Nigeria. As a matter of fact, these killings aren’t just starting, it is sad to report that this region which accommodates an overwhelming populace of indigenous believers have continued to be under attacks which are largely connected to Islamic fundamentalism, Fulani Herdsmen brutality and suppression of Christian minority groups in Northern Nigeria.Read More
Sometimes a burden drives crazy in ways that don’t make sense to ‘normal’ folks.
Many years ago as an undergraduate, we had a campus outreach to which we were inviting everyone. A great preacher was coming to speak. I had a general faculty class one of those afternoons and chose to wear the large flier in front and behind like odd billboards. Somehow, that day I got late into the lecture hall, sneaked in from the back door, and quickly took my seat, but the lecturer had sighted me.Read More
In any organisation or government, there are things that only the President knows or should know; things that only the President should authorise, which does not diminish the Deputy or any other officer. It is also called information management. Does ‘not knowing everything’ that the General Overseer knows makes the Assistant Overseer inferior or ‘marginalized’? Should that Assistant start a fight insisting on a right to ‘every information’ or equal resource by virtue of his status or proximity to Apex authority? That would be very unlike Jesus and much like Lucifer (Isaiah 14:1-15).Read More
Weather forecasts are intended to guide us to prepare, not to surrender. In that harvest could be your seed for another planting season. Dare to dare the wind, and see the clouds from a different angle. The rumbling thunder could be sending a welcome, not a warning.Read More