If these are not challenging days, one wonders what other time can be so described. There is so much available to make life easy in ways beyond the imagination of the yesteryears.
Does anyone ever arrive at that ideal point of saintliness in the Christian walk? That, surely, is not consistent with our experience of human frailty. As C. S. Lewis pointed out, “No one knows...
Advent is here again. There is something hopeful about beginnings – whether it is a new day, or a birthday, or the New Year. Beginnings symbolise hope and victory over the past, and the opportunity to turn a new leaf with fresh determination.
28 Mar 2021
As we come to the end of the holy season of Lent, it cannot be the end of holy living. Rather, it is a time to celebrate the harvest of the discipline of the season and consolidate ...
14 Mar 2021
If there is a singular benefit that comes with the abstinence (from food and other luxuries) observed as part of the discipline in Lent, it is the sharpening of our spiritual antenna...
29 Mar 2020
God can come to us incognito! However, He usually gives enough clues to make divine visitations unambiguous. But when our minds are fixated on particular forms, we run the risk of missing the reality of divine visitations.
9 Jul 2017
Archbishop of the Ecclesiastical Province of Lokoja and Bishop of Lokoja Diocese, Church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion, Most Rev. Emmanuel Egbunu, has described recent attacks launched against villagers in Kogi State by herdsmen as disturbing.