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Saturday’s Nuggets From Pastor Sunday.

PRACTICAL TRUTHS FOR ASPIRING MILLIONAIRES: If you think you are beaten, you are. If you dare not, you do not. If you would like to win but think you cannot, it’s almost certain you will not. If you think you will lose, you are lost. Success begins with the will; it is all in the state of the mind. FOR   THE   […]

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First things first, Africa is not a Country it’s the worlds second largest and second-most-populous continent. For some random reason, whenever people speak about Africa, there’s always a reference to Nigeria. Often referred to as the “Giant of Africa”, Nigeria is home to perhaps one of the largest youth populations in the world hence the many perceptions that have been cultivated over time. […]

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2016 United Nations Poster for peace Contest on Nuclear Disarmament ($6,000 USD Prize)

In commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the first UN General Assembly resolution, which established the goal of eliminating nuclear weapons and all weapons of mass destruction, the United Nations Office for Disarmament Affairs is pleased to sponsor the UN Poster for Peace Contest. Submission Deadline:24th January 2016 The contest aims to raise awareness of the need for nuclear disarmament and to inspire citizens across […]

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Friday’s Nuggets From Pastor Sunday.

USE WHAT YOU HAVE TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE WORLD: Every gift, talent and ability we have is to be exercised in service of the kingdom. God is waiting for us to take action. We don’t have the moral right to be indifferent. Let us work with all the skill and passion we have so that our nations will […]

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Nigerian 22, becomes first black lady to win the Reading University Chancellor’s Award!

A Nigerian, Osarieme Omonuwa, broke the jinx at the University of Reading to become the first black woman to earn a first class degree in the history of the 121-year-old institution. At 22, Osarieme Anita Omonuwa could be described as a genius just waiting to be called a legal legend in Nigeria.  There are many reasons for that. Her determination […]

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In Nigeria, one of the very difficult situations students find themselves in is securing admission into tertiary institutions of learning. Hence, the reason many resort to part time education as a means of catching up with their peers who were lucky enough to advance ahead of them. But there are some people who have been exceptional in their endeavours and […]

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APPLY NOW : Writivism Creative Writing Workshops for Emerging African Writers (Anglophone & Francophone Africa) 2016

The workshops will include daily two-hour master classes on creative writing, group sessions of critiquing of draft stories, one on one sessions with facilitators and private time for participants to re-write their stories. A separate process to select talented and committed writers to be assigned mentors shall follow the workshop. Those taken on for mentoring shall work on two separate […]

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Young man clenching his teeth, pulling his hair, suffering from stress

Thursday’s Nuggets From Pastor Sunday.

WHY DO PEOPLE FAIL IN LIFE? Not being able to rise above their own opinion of themselves. Trying to please everyone. Disobeying Gods word. Another factor preventing people from having a successful life and careers is their inability to stay focused on their primary goals. Some fail to fulfill their calling, because they think they have done well and there […]

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Depression is the leading cause of disability worldwide, and is a major contributor to the global burden of disease. More women are affected by depression than men. At its worst, depression can lead to suicide. Depression is a common illness worldwide, with an estimated 350 million people affected. Depression is different from usual mood fluctuations and short-lived emotional responses to […]

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