There is a season for everything under the heaven (Eccl 3:1). Here in Nigeria, we have two  seasons, rainy season and dry season, and though we all look forward to the rainy season for its fresh breezes, cool days and positive impact on food production, it is important to acknowledge that the dry season with... Continue Reading →


It’s a baby…..

I met Kunbi (not her real name) in 2013. I was employed at Pastor Bimbo Odukoya Foundation at the time and she had called in because she needed some encouragment; at that time, she had been married for three years and was yet to have a child. We spoke and prayed together over the phone... Continue Reading →

Comfort…… Custom Made!

Some weeks ago, I was really upset with God. For four days, I was sad, disappointed and angry all at the same time because I felt He was taking too long to answer some prayers. I can’t remember what set me off but it was like all hope was lost and I spent those days... Continue Reading →

My Brother & Sister’s Keeper.

Today, just as in Bible times, Christians in some countries around the world continue to pay a heavy price for their faith. Beatings, torture, imprisonment, rape, displacement from their homes and lands and even death are some of the things they experience on an almost daily basis just because they identify as being Christians. These... Continue Reading →

It Is A Fight

I’m a member of a Facebook group where Nigerian ladies are encouraged to share their experiences and give/receive non-judgmental support; I have read many inspirational stories as well as some horrific stories on domestic violence (DV) there. I see you sister. I celebrate all the ladies who share their stories about surviving DV however, I... Continue Reading →

A few of my favourite things

  The lyrics above have been playing in my head (though I'm not feeling sad) so today, I’m sharing one each of my many favourite Bible stories, scriptures and characters. This story in 1Samuel 5:1-4 always gives me the chills! God is Almighty; Dagon had to fall! After the Philistines had captured the ark of... Continue Reading →

A Christmas Story

“Judah begot Perez and Zerah by Tamar, Perez begot Hezron and Hezron begot Ram. Ram begot Amminadab, Amminadab begot Nahshon and Nahshon Begot Boaz by Rahab, Boaz begot Obed by Ruth, Obed begot Jesse and Jesse begot David the king. David the king begot Solomon by her who had been the wife of Uriah.” (Mt... Continue Reading →

Mind your apostrophe

Our society expects women to marry in their twenties and latest, by their early thirties; anything beyond that leaves family, friends and even strangers mystified. A single matured woman in her mid-thirties to early-forties, becomes a recipient of all sorts of advice, prophesies, concoctions and varying degrees of pitying looks. In her mid to late... Continue Reading →

God, Name Your Price!!!

Sometime ago, I met a lady who was quite bitter at a singles’ ministry that we both support. She had been a financial partner of the ministry for many years and according to her, it was to ensure that she would have a good marriage but three years after her wedding, she was headed towards... Continue Reading →

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