People can live good lives without Christ. We can have everything we want in this world but without Christ our lives are meaningless.
To the youth, I was foreign, strange and unfamiliar yet at the same time I was one of them, a Nigerian. I didn’t understand them and couldn’t relate to them.
After watching a clip of ‘A Song for Jenny’ the message I draw is if a vicar abandons God at the first sign of trouble in their life, God help us all.
You know you have heard a good word in church when after a week of hearing the message your heart is still burning within you like that of the two disciples who encountered Jesus on the road to Emmaus. Luke… Read more »
So a lot of people are kind of ticked off that this year’s Oscar nominations lack variety, in the ethnicity department by way of people of color, more specifically, black people. But should people of color, specifically black people, be upset that 99% of the films nominated this year consisted of a predominately all White casts?
Archbishop Trevor Huddleston who sadly died in 1998. Underneath a plaque erected in front of the South African High Commission in London as a memorial to Huddleston, is a quote ascribed to Nelson Mandela: ‘No white person has done more for South Africa than Trevor Huddleston.’ What an epitaph!!
Much as I’d like it to be otherwise, when it comes to social media I am what you would call a caveman. On Facebook for years, I rarely use the darn thing. But yesterday, I had an unusual surge of… Read more »
Mint may have once been a very popular confectionery in Nigeria, but it is MINT that I have been bombarded with recently in the news. So, what or who is MINT? Incontrovertibly, Brazil, Russia, India and China (BRIC) have been… Read more »
Listening to Ebenezer Obey’s ‘Mukulu Muke Maajo Folorun Mi’ (It is with joy and fanfare that I will dance in praise of my God) this morning, I stumbled on something the he said in passing: ‘Igbagbo ninu Jesu; kii doju ti ni’ – “faith in Christ is immunization against shame.” Oh, shame is a disease alright, friends!
In many Christmas plays we are reminded of the wise men from the East who brought gold, frankincense and myrrh to baby Jesus. And repeatedly we have heard that these three gifts are also symbolic of Christ’s kingship (gold), priesthood… Read more »