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6 THINGS TO REMEMBER WHEN YOU FEEL DISCOURAGED

We have grand plans, don’t we? In my third year in the university, I had this journal where I wrote down plans and goals for my future – the company I wanted to build, the age I would get married, how much much money I wanted to make, the name I wanted to go by… But then as I encountered God and became deliberate about my walk with Him, a lot changed. In the years that followed my graduation from...

ARE YOU EQUIPPED FOR YOUR ASSIGNMENT?

Few months ago, I watched a video where a young man in a music competition performed beautifully. Even though something was missing, you could tell he knew the chords. At the end, his rendition was rejected. What surprised me was the discussion that went on between the judges as he left the stage. They said he knew all the technicalities. He probably attended a good music school and went through...

WHERE IS AYANFE- EPISODE 10?

Yesterday evening, a dear sister entered my room and asked about the next episode of Ayanfe. I looked at her and said, ‘There is no episode 10.’ She literally froze at the entrance for some seconds. Today, while I thought about our conversation, I wondered the reaction of tons of my readers when they find out that Episode 10 would not be published today. ‘How can you leave us hanging like that?’...

AYANFE (BELOVED)- EPISODE 9

Read Episode 1 Read Episode 8 here ********** Ibidun woke up to her phone ringing. Annoyed, she shifted and pulled the pillow close to her chest. Why did her chest hurt so badly? She glanced at the man sleeping beside her. His face was turned towards the wall. If Silas was still in bed, then it was not day break yet. Or was it a Saturday? Her phone rang again. Ibidun grumbled in frustration and...

AYANFE (BELOVED)- EPISODE 8

Read Episode 7  Philip folded the last of his clothes into a black box and shut it. He had made up his mind. Kingdom Christian Centre was not his church. They’d been instrumental in bringing him to Christ but his time there was up. He pulled the box out of the room just as Seun came home from work. Seun looked at him, surprised. “What’s going on here?’ Philip’s heart dampened at the look of...

AYANFE (BELOVED)- EPISODE 7

Click to read Episode 1 Ibidun strode into the arrivals expecting to see Silas. He was nowhere to be found. She looked around the empty hall, hoping he’d spring out of a corner. Disappointed, she called his phone. It was switched off. Where for goodness sake was Silas? Ibidun stood outside the airport, boiling with anger. The few passengers exited the airport and headed for the car park, The...

AYANFE (BELOVED)- EPISODE 6

Read Episode 5 ‘He is dead.’ Mama Ogbomosho finally announced. For hours, Ibidun had pressed about her father. Mama refused to say anything. When her cousins came into the house later in the evening, Ibidun sensed something was wrong and got agitated. ‘Where is my father? I want my father!’ Ibidun’s scream got her aunt’s attention. Her father was dead. Did Mama just say that? They were all...

AYANFE (BELOVED)- EPISODE 5

Click to read Ayanfe Episode 4 Philip sat on the floor of the living room with a bible opened on his laps. Since he woke up at 4a.m, he’d been reading the epistles of Paul and making notes of scriptures that spoke to his heart. The accident was a blessing as far as he was concerned. He had not only met Seun, he met Jesus too. He remembered that morning as if it happened yesterday. A lady had...

AYANFE(BELOVED)- EPISODE 1

Finally, the four-hour meeting with the Programs Director was over. Ibidun sighed in relief and rested her head on the mesh office chair as her colleagues filed out of the conference room. She was tired and wished her head would stop banging hard. You need to slow down, the family doctor had warned her after a visit to the hospital the previous day. The preceding weeks had been stressful. Ibidun...

AYANFE (BELOVED)- EPISODE 4

  Click to read Episode 3 Ibidun woke up with a start. She rolled off the bed and reached for the switch. The light came on. She looked around the room, panting heavily. The dream had seemed so real. She’d seen a woman staring out of her window, sobbing. As she opened her mouth to ask what the problem was, the woman had screamed. There is no one there, Ibidun said as she glanced at the...

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