writing

7 THINGS EVERY CHRISTIAN BLOGGER SHOULD KNOW

Last year, I attended a meeting for bloggers somewhere in Ibadan. It would be my first experience ever to meet other bloggers and I was excited and curious at the same time. When I got to the venue in a very swanky restaurant, I saw that some of the bloggers had already arrived. I joined …

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relationship

WHEN THE PRESSURE TO GET MARRIED BECOMES INTENSE

The other day, my friend and I were discussing generally, and then we diverted into life-partner and marriage talk, and from the discussion I realised that for some of the people who are married, the reason they actually made the move at the time they did, was because of the pressure from the society. I’m …

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Christian living

EXERCISING YOUR AUTHORITY IN CHRIST.

That you accepted Christ into your life does not mean the devil isn’t existing anymore or that automatically, he becomes powerless to plot for your downfall Recently, I had an horrible experience that shook every part of my being. I had woken up at about 3 in the morning and I wasn’t particularly happy about …

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life

A WORD FOR THE BROKEN HEARTED.

This is a word for the broken hearted. For the man weighed down by guilt. For that believer who has become a laughing stock because of something that you did, something that has weakened and brought a halt in your Christian walk. I hope you find comfort in these words. ******* For a long time …

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fiction

IFE’S NOTES 4: FOR BETTER OR WORSE

Breaking News. Six months ago, Dabira had sex with Rotimi. Gbam! A seed was immediately dropped into her fertile womb. Because Dabira is a well respected Sunday school teacher, to save her face, she decided to abort the child and in the process almost lost her life. Let’s hear what some members of the youth …

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purpose

WHEN I’M GONE

I was in 300 level when I lost interest in my law courses. I stopped learning and instead waited until exams were close before picking up my books to read. The fear of carrying over a course was enough to keep me in the reading room for hours.  I remembered reading for my Tax law …

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