Every time we talk about the Kingdom of God, it is all about God becoming the King of your life. If God is the King of your life, it means that God is in charge.
To celebrate Nigeria’s rich history, whilst showcasing Lagos as a Centre of Excellence and the entertainment capital of Africa, Balmoral Group and Temple Management has unveiled a first of its kind three-day festival...
On September 15, the Lagos cycling community lost a much loved and respected brother, General Mabogs, Afolabi Mabogunje after a week’s battle in the hospital
Text: 2 Cor. 5:9-11 Introduction Sometimes, one wonders if Christians can have ambitions in life, since we are waiting for the return of our Master, the Lord Jesus Christ. If we can, what should be our utmost ambition and how should we prioritise our ambitions? This will be the focus of this message. Three Ambitions…
Afro pop singer, song writer and lyricist, Olayemi Lekan Sunday, popularly known by his stage name, Sharpboy Paipa, who recently got signed to Sharpboy Entertainment
God's visitation in the life of any man is always accompanied by a number of beneficial factors, leading to a remarkable change in the beneficiary’s life.
Battles in life are inevitable. Every man at one time or another is faced with at least a battle. It is important that we understand the likely causes of these battles if we must deal with them.
If you read- How to live well, Wise living, Ways to live longer, Life hacks, or even, How to live a longer and happier life, you will most likely get similar results. And the truth is, the solutions have been consistently true. Maintain good health This would involve eating healthy, drinking enough water and taking…
Mudrakat Alabi-Macfoy is a legal professional providing broad-based experiences in programme development and implementation, grants management, data analysis, leadership and building
One of the greatest disservice ones can do to himself is to waste or misuse time. Time wasted can never be regained. Obviously, time is not money but life.
Life is a struggle. It is a statement we often hear. It is drilled into children by parents and guardians. It is driven hard into pupils by teachers. In higher classes, enlightened teachers