Thursday, June 26, 2014

“Ritualist Den” Owned By A Lagos Pastor Uncovered.

A ritualists’ den allegedly owned by a pastor, was uncovered at Ogolonto area of Ikorodu Lagos yesterday. 
Eight victims who were reportedly abducted from different regions of the country were rescued from the den according to Vanguard.
The den, which is said to be owned by a Pastor named Ernest Nwankwo General Overseer of Holy Family Ministry a.k.a House of Mercy, is located at 7, Oshodi Street, behind the church. 

6 Qualities Of A True Covenant Friend




                                               How many covenant friendships do you have?
The Bible says Christians should experience deep connections with each other because we share the same indwelling Holy Spirit. In fact, the Greek word for fellowship, as used in Acts 2:42, is koinonia, which implies intimate communion and selfless sharing.

Yet as I travel and meet Christians all over the country, I find that the church today is actually a very lonely place. Many people have experienced a total relationship shutdown. Some have walked through painful church splits, others have been betrayed by friends they trusted, and still others have closed their hearts entirely to avoid being hurt. As a result, koinonia becomes a fancy theological word for something they will never experience.

Sunday, May 04, 2014

Just To Lighten Your Day....


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The Kind Of President I Want - Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Chimamanda Adichie Award winning author writes on the kind of President she wants.  Interesting.... 

Some of my relatives lived for decades in the North, in Kano and Bornu. They 
spoke fluent Hausa. (One relative taught me, at the age of eight, to count in Hausa.) They made planned visits to Anambra only a few times a year, at Christmas and to attend weddings and funerals. But sometimes, in the wake of violence, they made unplanned visits. I remember the word ‘Maitatsine’ – to my young ears, it had a striking lyricism – and I remember the influx of relatives who had packed a few bags and fled the killings. What struck me about those hasty returns to the East was that my relatives always went back to the North. Until two years ago when my uncle packed up his life of thirty years in Maiduguri and moved to Awka. He was not going back. This time, he felt, was different.

CAN Releases 180 Names Of Abducted Girls.

The Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, today Sunday May 4th, released the names of 180 of the abducted Chibok schoolgirls. A statement signed by the Christian body gave reason for the attack on Chibok girls’ high school.
"Chibok is 90% Christians. Majority of the girls abducted are Christian! Why did Boko Haram visit Chibok Local Government? Why didn’t they visit so many other Local Government Girls Secondary Schools in Borno State?"