There is no question that God readily blesses us with every blessing and need that we have when we surrender our lives to Him (and sometimes even blesses those who don’t), but one thing that people forget is that Jesus taught us that God is not so much concerned about how we receive His blessing, but how we manage it. […]Read more
About 80 Muslim Refugees Get Baptized Into Christianity In German Camps Despite Attacks by Islamic Radicals!
Close to 80 Muslims at a refugee camp in Hamburg, Germany, have been baptized into Christianity despite the ongoing physical and sexual abuse that Christian converts face at such camps in the Western country. While Christian converts suffer in great measures at the hands of their Muslim neighbors in Germany, around 80 refugees were recently baptized into Christianity,” International Christian […]Read more
CNN has featured Nigeria’s Abdullahi Olatoyan, the young man who was spotted washing car windscreens dressed in a suit and bow tie. Read what they wrote about him… CNN: In Congo, Sapeurs (the Society of tastemakers and elegant people), are known for their love of luxury tailoring even while performing the most mundane of tasks. But one car windscreen cleaner in […]Read more
President Buhari And His Team Leads All Countries In The Fight Against Terror – President Barrak Obama
President Barack Obama has described President Muhammadu Buhari and his team as the best country in the world in relation to fight against terrorism. The statement was made public through President Obama’s Deputy Secretary of State, Antony J. Blinken. According to Blinken, “Now here we have this very important security summit that Nigeria is hosting, with countries around the world […]Read more
African economies have experienced high growth in recent years as the continent attracted investors due to its vast natural resources and growing middle class. Infrastructural and technological developments have also opened up the continent to the rest of the world. Despite a recent slowdown in some economies, including Nigeria and South Africa, due to a commodities price slump globally, African countries […]Read more
On Thursday, boxing great Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao stood before a cheering crowd and flashing cameras, his arm hoisted above his head. The “people’s champion” was a winner once again. Only this time, he hadn’t won a boxing title, but a Senate seat in his home country of the Philippines. The political victory brings the 37-year-old, who had previously served in […]Read more
Shocking! 12-Year-Old Christian Girl Burned Alive By ISIS Told Her Mother To Forgive Them As She Lay Dying In Her Arms!
A 12-year-old Christian girl burned to death in her own home by ISIS terrorists in Mosul, northern Iraq, used her last words to urge her family to forgive her murderers. The girl’s mother revealed her daughter’s dying wish as she spoke of ISIS’s brutal reign of terror in the Iraqi city and the oppression suffered by Christians in the area. […]Read more
DON’T REGRET OR LIVE IN THE PAST: • The prophet Isaiah teaches us that we should not regret our experiences or live in the past. • “Forget the former things; do not dwell on the past. See I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up; do you not perceive it? I am making a way in the desert […]Read more
This Book’s Perspective On The Responsibility Of The Nigerian Citizen Is Quite Revealing And Worth Looking At – Felix Achibiri
Dear Pastor Sunday, Let me start by commending you once again for a timely intervention in the discourse on Nigeria’s national and leadership question through your book, Nigeria and the Leadership Question. At a time when the nation has failed to reach its full potential and bedevilled by socio-economic challenges leading to the blame game between the ruling class and the […]Read more