Have you noticed how society seems to increasingly want to influence our God-given identities? We get labels tagged on our backs
In difficult times, many experience diminishing strength and hope especially when it seems God is taking His time in answering our prayers and/or we don’t get what we expect.
None of us know the number of our days and there are Christians going home to be with the Lord a lot earlier than they planned. So we need to get on with our assignment
There seems to be a mix up in the Christendom over the notion of walking with God and working for Him. Somewhere down the line, we seem to think they are the same but that is not the case.
Huge, extravagant, and glamorous seems to be the order of the day. We get frustrated when we don't move from 0 – 60mph in less than six seconds
For a number of years now, I had felt that the church had remained silent and even inert on matters that pertained to the mind and soul, much less dealing with the specific needs that women present
The year is rapidly drawing to a close and presents us with an excellent opportunity to plan for the coming year. Now is the time to prayerfully consider what Father would have us do and start taking steps towards it.
The end of the year is in sight and whilst some of us can't wait to dive into the New Year, there are some of us who struggle with the thought.
You would be amazed the kind of 'baggage' we pick up over the seasons of our lives. These include esteem and confidence issues, lost identities, unresolved issues
There is plenty of work to be done, yet many of us fail to put our hands to the plough and play our part
Thank God it's a new year. Yet many of us get discouraged with the "things" that did not go our way in previous years.
The bible gives us indicators of how we ought to live as Christians. But somewhere down the line, we get confused on what it means to mature in Christ or be spiritually fit.
Many of us get frustrated when we lose the signal or connection for a service we heavily rely on. The same can be said about our spiritual lives.
Many of us are in search of the abundant life the Bible promises us (John 10:10) specifically in the area of our finances.
For years, we have focused on the absence of fathers or father figures on boys. However, the fact of the matter is that little girls need their Daddies too!
If there is one thing you can expect to experience, it is being hurt by others. This hurt can come from trusted friends, family, spouses, children or even church folk.
When our bodies need pampering and revitalizing, we go to health spas. When we face a spiritual issue or need Gods direction, we go on a prayer retreat.
Do you sometimes feel like you compromise on the real you, to conform to some set of rules or standards?
In our current economic climate, there might be a tendency for some of us Christians to loose sight of Gods eternal promises for us.
Have you ever stopped to ponder why God sent you here, for such a time as this? What about the gifts and talents He downloaded on the inside of you? Are you using them purposefully?
Struggling with work/life balance, stress and burnout? Want some insight on how to avoid these? Well, ponder on the concluding part of my simple yet powerful biblical strategies to promote abundant living.
This is a plague that affects the body of Christ just as much as it affects the secular world.
Do you sometimes feel like your efforts are not yielding a great deal? Maybe you have sown financially into a church, ministry, or people and are yet to reap a harvest.
Are you carrying emotional baggage in the form of unresolved issues (past/present), negative emotions, unhealthy mindsets, and the like?