Amaka Nwabeke: God inspired my venture into spoken word poetry
Amaka Nwabeke, fondly called Amakason, is a poet, fiction writer, and ultimately a Christian. She began performing poetry in 2014 and has since then performed on several notable platforms
Direction to run the race and end with joy - Part 1
There is a race set for every believer in life, which is why Christian journey is a race and our only contender is the kingdom of darkness. We must maintain the rules of the track
The Passion, the resurrection - Part 1
Easter is one of the most important and popular Christian holidays. It is observed to commemorate the resurrection of Jesus Christ, three days after he was tortured to death.
Fubara-Manuel, Uche urge Christian leaders to speak truth to power
The President, Christian Council of Nigeria (CCN), Most Rev. (Dr.) Benebo Fubara-Manuel has said Christian leaders need to be strong and courageous to serve and also speak truth to power.
Beacons of light - Part 1
A beacon is a light or a fire, usually on a hilltop or tower, which acts as a signal or a warning. A beacon of light is a lighthouse that is set on a hill.
Rewards of the upright
God always does the right things; so do not doubt Him because He will definitely reward you. You may find living Christian life not too easy.
Path to a better future - Part 1
Every Christian, everyone whose sins have been cleansed and who now believes fervently in the Lord Jesus Christ, has automatically embarked on a journey that is expected to take the person to a desired future. Recognising that he or she is a pilgrim here on earth, the person knows that he or she has no…
You are in for double blessings
Every genuine Christian running the heavenly race with all his or her heart is going to have double blessing, because God is interested in their overall wellbeing and ready to give all things...
Receiving the crown of righteousness - Part 2
The King said: “I am sorry to see you here, but the people will force me to keep you here unless you recant.” Palissy, who was 90 years old, said he was ashamed to hear a king speak of being compelled. So he said: “Sir, they who can compel you cannot compel me! I can…