Feed Your Spirit

Many people are walking around with broken spirits because they have been feeding the wrong stuff to their minds. Many people feed themselves negativity on a daily basis. Some people feed themselves with anxiety, stress, pain, rejection and all kinds of negative emotions. Your spirit is an integral part of your being, and once it…

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‘Goshen’ is not enough

Many of us are in Goshen with regards to where our lives are. Goshen is where the Israelites lived while they were under their slave masters in Egypt. You see in Goshen, things were not so bad. They had food, they had enough to drink. They had children in sound health; they were just fine.…

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Have Faith

Faith is a word that is easily thrown around. Sometimes I wonder if we know what it means to have faith. What I have learned is that it is easy to have faith when things are working out. At the beginning of last year, I had so much faith because everything fell into place without…

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Pay It Forward!

I learned my first ‘pay it forward’ lesson as a 12 year old child. It was christmas season and gifts were pouring into our home from all corners. I don’t know if bags of rice were on sale; that year, we received up to eight 50kg bags of rice. For some reason,  I was excited…

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Take a Dose of Hope today!

I’d like to think everyone goes through a tough time and has those “where is my life heading?” moments when it seems like life has simply conspired to kick you while you are on the floor. I know I have them when an expectation is cut short or I feel stuck in the middle of…

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He who finds a wife…

“He who finds a wife finds a good thing and obtains favour from the Lord” (Proverbs 18:22). I have heard this bible verse so many times that I often find myself reciting it automatically to men that have an aversion to marriage. I recited it without really thinking there was any depth to it. I’ve…

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In the shadow of His Wings

I spent the entire day yesterday exploring the beautiful town of Rhodes Greece. The island is awesome, lots of friendly people and loads of restaurants. I was taken in by the beauty of the blue ocean, the ancient buildings, the remains of Apollo’s temple…etc. As the day went by however, the sun rose to a…

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What’s in a woman?

It has been another long week of paper typing and figure drawings but like we say at this time of the day every week, ‘Thank Goodness It’s Friday!’ Today, I am speaking about identity; we’ve had some fun identifying the Miss Stilts, Miss ‘i don’t have to look good’ and Miss ‘i don’t need a…

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Do we really have abuse and manipulation in the church?

It has barely been 24 hours since the last post but there has been so much traffic on the internet about a lady Ese Walters, who was allegedly manipulated into an affair with her church pastor in Nigeria, I just had to share: To read Ese’s story, please visit http://esewalter.wordpress.com/2013/08/22/my-affair-with-pastor-biodun-fatoyinbo-of-coza/comment-page-1/#comments Another lady, who has identified…

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