I love cakes!
My colleagues at work know I love cake, so I was captivated (and glued) when Pastor Bob Bain used cakes to illustrate how I am a wretched sinner saved by Grace.
Here’s the strory..
A few years ago, I was part of the team driving the Christian fellowship for International student at the University of East London with Pastor Bob and Mary Bain.
It was an exciting experience.
On one of the meeting days with snacks and small chops in abundance, a guitar being played in the background, Pastor Bob stood up to address every one.
He showed us a few cakes he’d brought to drive home his point.
Cake #1 – …
This 2 year old BLEW my MIND!
Kudos to her parents.
Watch and be inspired.
As a young boy growing up, I had mixed experiences with church and services times. I have attended churches that start at 10am and finish at 4pm (1 service).
6 hours of straight religious activities.
It felt like enough time with God for a whole month, only that next week we had to show up again.
It went on for a while then, things got better when I changed to a different church.
Instead of 6 hours, it became 5 hours, 9am – 2pm…
Let me ask you a question: What will an extra N50,000 in income do for your this month?
Maybe it’ll help you pay off some bills, DSTV for a few months, Save towards a vacation, new clothes and shoes, toys for your kids or even to support your chosen Charity or your local church.
If an extra N50,000 this month will ease some of your financial obligation, then I want you to pay close attention.
Over the past few posts, I’ve been writing about how to Network effectively. Today’s post continues that series.
Here are 7 quick ways to build rapport and start the networking process.
1.) Smile – Smiling makes you approachable. It portrays an easy-going, friendly and confident person. I understand some people do not have naturally smiley face, just try. Be conscious about it and bring it to fore in a networking situation. If the communication is not face to face i.e. (on twitter, fb, chat or phone) still smile. It has a way of filtering through to how you come across…
Enjoy my first outing on a radio show!
What do you like about it/ What don’t you like about it? Leave a comment below.
Isaiah 53:5 “…The chastisement for our peace was upon Him, and by His stripes we are healed.”
You know, one of the biggest outcries against Mel Gibson’s movie, The Passion Of The Christ, was that it was too violent, especially the part where Jesus was scourged.
Let me tell you this: It was not violent enough! The Bible says that at the cross, Jesus’ visage was marred beyond that of any man. (Isaiah 52:14) In the movie, even after all the beatings, the actor James Caviezel, who played Jesus, still looked quite handsome.
I’ve read the story of Abraham taking Isaac to a mountain to sacrifice many times. It’s an incredible story. (Genesis 22)
Have you ever wondered what went through Isaac’s mind?
This happened, shortly after Abraham tied Isaac, and laid him on the alter he built. Isaac said, “Daddy wait”
Here are 12 questions Isaac asked his daddy (obviously all in my head in the 21st century)
- Daddy, are you remotely aware that you will be charged with murder and rot in jail for doing this?
- Daddy, you lied when I asked you where the sheep for the offering is. You said God will provide. You didn’t say “God has provided, It’s you Isaac.”