The Stronghold

A stronghold is a bridge we build while trying to shield ourselves from the unknown, making us fret over the unknown and most times, assumptions.
Live as the limited edition God created you to be and not the doppelganger of that person you held in high esteem that failed. Christ should be your stronghold, not some fear that keeps you at the edge of your seat. … More The Stronghold

The Cleansing and the Call

Cleansing, like the refining of gold from its ore, is painful, our dirt needs to be shaken off, the past we cleave to needs to be left in the past where it belongs. And like Isaiah confess that we have filthy lips and live among people with filthy lips, and thereby submitting to God’s control, we need to be purified and cleansed so that we can truly represent God who is pure and holy. … More The Cleansing and the Call

The Reckless Love of God and Our Extension to Others

This season and beyond, cling to Love itself. Don’t just love because of the season, be examples of Christ by loving in and out of season. His love is unconditional, show love to others too. Not just your friends and your family members. Go out and show love to a stranger, show love continuously, not just in February of each year and not just every 14/02. … More The Reckless Love of God and Our Extension to Others

How to Deal with Rejection

Rejection is part of our daily lives, and in one way or the other, we are rejected, be it socially or otherwise. Whichever way it comes, feel it but don’t allow it to weigh you down; make corrections and be responsible and accountable about it; move from toxic people and surround yourself with those that appreciate you; build up yourself and see life with a bright smile each day. … More How to Deal with Rejection

Overcoming Distorted Negative Thinking

Imagine you criticizing yourself and bringing yourself down, telling yourself that you are impossible, that you’re worthless, etc. It’s not just criticism but it affects you negatively. You tend to lose faith and hope in yourself, then negative thinking sets in, which not only affects you but also your work, your relationship, your mind, low self-esteem, health and life. … More Overcoming Distorted Negative Thinking

Should I Study What My Parents Want or What I Want?

If you don’t know what you want to study, then you can’t help but choose what your parents want and along the line, you might discover yourself and then notice that you’ve been chasing after the wind. Sometimes, you might want what your parents want but your strength academically is not smiling at you … More Should I Study What My Parents Want or What I Want?