One of my favourite games, for years, was Candy Crush. I liked it because it didn’t require intense brain-work – so I could concentrate on the messages I listened to while I played.

Like most games, it has boosters which make it easy for you to scale through a difficult level and move on quicker to the next one. Read More…

THE CROSSROAD (Archives)

At certain times in our lives, we get to crossroads where we have to make life-changing decisions.

Usually, at these points, we hesitate: Left or Right?
Yes or No?
Leave or Stay?
Keep or Cut off?…

MOTHERHOOD – A DIVINE CALLING (Guest Post)

When I got married, I just wanted to have my own kids like every other woman. Painfully, it didn’t happen as quickly as I hoped.

I remember far back in 2010 (six years into my marriage) when a big sister of mine I used to pray with at that time, said to me during a prayer session, “God said He didn’t create you just to have babies.”
Excuse me?!…

FAITH: BELIEF IN THE UNSEEN (Guest Post)

About a year ago, I had an experience that stretched my Faith.

Although I was well acquainted with the Hebrews 11:1 definition, the ‘realness’ of Faith never really came so close until that experience…

CALEB AND ACHSAH 1 (The Father Series)

It’s interesting how the Bible hides precious gems in the middle of seemingly mundane verses. Remember how the powerful story of Jabez was sandwiched between ‘boring’ genealogy?
Exactly.

The beautiful story of Caleb and his daughter, Achsah, is another treasure hidden between division of land…

YOUR STEPS ARE ORDERED (The Father Series)

Last weekend, I had issues with the wiring in my bedroom. I needed an electrician, but when I searched through my phone for the number of the one who had worked on the flat when I first moved into it, I realised I no longer had it…

THE MINISTRY OF GIVING BACK (by Spirit Pen)

In my first and second year at the university, I didn’t do very well, academically. I didn’t have carryovers, quite alright, which was, of course, a reason to be thankful, but my grades were what you would call less than admirable, at a glance. To the best of my knowledge, the way I best knew how, I had put in my all, so, the poor results were a huge disappointment and quite the blow to my morale. I had wondered how I could possibly do better, or put in more work…