I first read this story when I was a teenager trying to decide if I was going to be serious about this Christianity of a thing I was born into. I went to church because I couldn’t very well say to my parents, “No, I don’t want to go to church”. That was like a… Continue reading The Donut Master
I was supposed to publish this first thing this morning but lots of things got in the way. I wanted to wait till tomorrow morning but I decided to do it now instead of waiting because those things that got in the way today might get in the way tomorrow morning. God bless you as… Continue reading Set A Fire!
That’s me, sister Anne and Adaora and this photo was taken a few years ago. More than five years ago. No. A little over six years ago, I think. I’m getting old, my memory fails me. 😉 One night some years ago, I was having some family troubles and I was crying. I remember… Continue reading Let Your Drops Flow
Yes! She plays the guitar, she plays the drums, the keyboard… all of it, I tell you, all of it. Isn’t she lovely? 🙂 Insanity… and I don’t mean the workout (exercise video) either! I have heard it said that it is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different… Continue reading INSANITY!
There are four women whose driving really impressed me.. still wow me. As in, even danfo drivers dey clear road for them to pass because no be small something. One of them is Yoruba, the other three are Edo. Sister Anne is one of the three.. 😀 Hello everyone, It’s a wonderful day… Continue reading The Real Struggle
My very fondest teenage memories are of Sister Anne Ugobor; her sons, her car, her kitchen, her lovely house in Adeniyi Jones, her TV, her sound system, her original CDs, the smell of her clothes, her love towards me and mine, her delicious food, her big tins of Milo and Peak milk, her smile, her… Continue reading Breaking Lethargy
There will be a special edition of Breakfast Prayer Meeting. Please find the details below. Nigeria at 100! Measuring The Future HELP COMETH! is a quarterly breakfast prayer meeting where the primary focus is to intercede for the family, church and nation. It is a time of wholesome worship, undiluted Word of God and… Continue reading Help Cometh! Nigeria at 100: Measuring The Future