One Quarter in to our Year of the Supernatural

It’s April 2017, and the first quarter is gone…but are we enjoying the supernatural? Let’s be real… Once a while, one needs to pause and take stock of happenings in one’s life. For some it’s an annual exercise, for others monthly, while some do not have a structured way of...

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Wife — Oriaku … Odoziaku…Iyawo…Mata

I found this piece very interesting and good food for thought. The Oshwal Community, that usually has the surname Shah, has some of the Wealthiest people in Kenya. Many members own top of the range supermarkets, shopping malls, and factories. And the experience of interacting with the top leadership of...

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COMING EVENTS

 LENTEN SERVICES WILL HOLD EVERY WEDNESDAY at 6.30pm  9th April; ABIJO CARNIVAL (PALM SUNDAY)  14th April; GOOD FRIDAY- 2 Services at 9am and 12 noon  Friday 14th/Saturday 15th April; COUPLES WEEKEND  16th April; EASTER – Combined Service at 9.00am

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Hope For The Hopeless

Hope For The Hopeless   The Prisons, especially Nigerian Prisons is not a place you wish for your enemies. It is a sentence to hopelessness and death! Seeing or even imagining people in prison, should tell us how blessed and fortunate we are not to be confined into that state...

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Another season of Lent is here!

Lent is the Christian season of preparation before Easter. In Western Christianity, Ash Wednesday marks the first day, or the start of the season of Lent, which begins 40 days prior to Easter (Sundays are not included in the count). Lent is a time when many Christians prepare for Easter...

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