Nathan Hayes is at a gas station trying to clean his windshield when his truck is stolen. Hayes runs after the truck, clinging to the side and fighting the crook through the open window.
I honored an invitation to watch a football game with a friend in his house a few weeks ago. He gladly welcomed me in and introduced his roommate who grew up in the same part I grew up in Nigeria.
A gentleman called in, to air his views, on a gospel music radio show I was presenting in Nigeria many years ago. He labeled a particular genre of music “Strange” and “Wrong”.
The concept of tradition, to many, brings to mind culture or maybe mythology.
With the New Year upon us, it is hard not to pick up on the contagious positive energy of making powerful life-changing intentions.
I like to start by apologizing for my long absence from blogging. My work tasks took the best of me for a long time. I am so glad to be back.
During the period of work and travel and what have you.
I can’t help but voice out how heart wrenching the past week has been. It all started when I watched an online documentary of churches and pastors with special emphasis on my beloved nation of origin.
“She changed church because giving was low in her former church and the church leadership asked everybody to bring their W2 forms.
It has become almost impossible for me in my close study of the remarkable part of Bible, conventionally known as the Acts of the Apostles, without being profoundly stunned as to how in many respects, the contemporary ch