Many of us have grown up without fathers. Others of us have lived with fathers who didn’t know anything about fatherhood. And there are some of us who were raised by fathers who did the best they knew how, but still failed. Even the fathers who have done a great job are not perfect. As … Continue reading The Battle for Love and Identity
One of the reasons we are to pray continuously is because sometimes, our initial prayers are rubbish. That might be a bit of a harsh way to put it, but it’s true. Sometimes when we come before God and we start praying, He’s looking at us like, “What is this child saying? Does she know who … Continue reading Raising a Poverty-Minded Generation
The story is told of a man called Okonkwo in the award-winning book,“Things Fall Apart” by Chinua Achebe. Okonkwo is consumed with the fear of becoming like his father, Unoka. All his thought processes and corresponding actions revolve around this fear. Therefore, his one goal in life is to make sure he doesn’t become like … Continue reading Are We Better than our Fathers?
I ran into a well-known celebrity’s recent interview. She mentioned how she and her husband are very family-focused, family comes first, they make sure they spend time with their children … all that good stuff. I mean, if you’re not a believer, you don’t have God to put first: but if you know anything about life, … Continue reading Unnecessary Marriage Matyrdom
Social media is really amazing. “Everyone” now has a voice and people can say anything they want, including things they couldn’t possibly say to a person’s face. There’s just that much access. We all know that on any Youtube video or Facebook post, the comment section is where all the action happens. Most comment sections … Continue reading Who is The Focal Point?
Solomon, David’s son is being crowned as the next king of Israel and there’s a huge celebration going on. Somewhere in the midst of this elaborate party, David prays a short simple prayer over Solomon and this is what He asks of the Lord: “And give to Solomon my son a blameless heart to keep your … Continue reading For the Ones You Love