A gentle man visiting from Texas, stopped by to see me few days ago. We had so much to catch up on but little time. One topic that dominated the short session in my man cave was discipleship and fruitfulness.
Society has programmed us to relate with “big” success while ignoring the small process of processes that led to the labor and delivery of people’s sought-after lifestyle and success.
Many of us (Believers) misguidedly believe today that Christianity is only precise only when it mirrors our own doctrinal traditions, political beliefs local church lifestyles.
The Church in the United State of America, as you read this piece, is being accused of hypocrisy.
It is obvious that the days when church services and programs were organized for spiritual edification of believers are gone.
Growing up in South Western Nigeria was interesting. From faith to academics, to sports and social activities, the South-Western part’s pluralistic community values have helped shaped who I am today.
As I laboriously look through the Jeans section I heard a voice ask “why are you shaking your head sir?” To which I answered “I know they most have been out of my size cos a lot of people wear my size” while I tu
I watched a video where members of the public in Nigeria, West Africa, aired their views about their faith and finances. The ‘Seed Sowing’ debacle dominated their response.
As I toggled through TV channels looking for mind informing shows to watch, voices from the show that was currently running on the screen when I walked in caught my attention.