Family Life Bible Church is an emerging place of worship, founded in 1st of January, 2012. Likewise, she is located at Km 42, CAC Bus Stop along the Lekki-Epe high-way. However, she is sprawled by Churches on every side, but she isn’t undeterred to be one of the fastest, dynamic, and growing Church in the … Continue reading Amazing Stories Of My Church, Family Life Bible Church, Abijon Ibeju Lekki, Lagos
On the summer of 1992, cloud was gathering heavily, with the sky dark and pregnant with evening rain. While market women were quickly packing their goods and heading for homes, on the other hands, returning farmers from farm were hurriedly running for cover. Also, the little children were not left out, as they were dancing … Continue reading The Rise of Oke-Igboho BSF Chapter, Igboho
“How can a young man keep his way pure? By guarding it according to the word.” (Ps 119:9 ESV) The art of changing your life is a conscious step. It doesn’t happen by accident, and overnight. The truth is, it’s far beyond simple laid guidelines preach by motivational speakers. The so-called motivational speakers teach that … Continue reading Changing Your Life, Through The Ancient Words
“No family is perfect, and that’s true. None of us are.”- Tammy Bruce. Family differs from each other. Some hurt each other, while some stay by each other, through thick, and thin no matter what. Family will always be family. While family is behind successes of thousands today, on the other hands, it has marred … Continue reading How Crisis Unites Family?
Recently, both the print media and online media have been bombarded by many reasons Okeogun indigene should occupy Agodi white house, come 2019. The social networks, too, have been the major medium to agitate the cause, so far. While such agitators, both home and abroad, have been doing so frantically to create the needed awareness, … Continue reading Why Okeogun Should Produce The Next Oyo State Governor, Come 2019?
As early as 7:00am on Saturday, July 22, 2017 electorates were coming in their numbers and gathering in groups at the polling unit. Aside known reason of electing honourable men and women into highly coveted position, election-time is a period re-union for many. However, while those who were one -time friends but have seen each … Continue reading How Lagos Grassroots’ Election Goes Down?
Two decades ago, away from home, to the city was the first time, I ever heard the demeaning word “Ara-Oke’. However, the very incident marked my ever travelling to the big city, Lagos. So, I never took it in, as such, because I was not bothered. During one of my pranks the other time with … Continue reading Proudly “Ara-Oke” Up-Country-Man!
Failure is only a temporary detour and should never become a permanent address.-Dr. Myles Monroe What separate ordinary leaders from good leaders? What are the components missing in both spiritual leadership and marketplace leadership of today’s 21’st century that must be shoved aside in order to be a 360* leader? This common denominator is not far-fetched. … Continue reading The Mark Of A Good Leader
“A literate person is not only a person that goes to formal school and get white-collar job alone, but also someone that can read and write with whatever means.”- Late Dad My dad was a man from a humble beginning, who never knew his parents, because he lost his both parents at infancy, to mysterious … Continue reading Lessons From My Late Dad
To start with, how can Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH), Ogbomoso, Oyo State degenerate to the state of these protracted strikes, with no end in sight? How can the students be left in perpetual wandering, with uncertain future? In addition, how can the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), LAUTECH chapter be so stubborn … Continue reading Battle For The Survival Of LAUTECH
The ancient town of Igboho, Oke-Ogun is located in Oyo State, Nigeria. She is fifth largest town in Oyo State, and unique because she is a town with three kings at the same time. Besides, she is one of the few towns in Nigeria with ancient wall, still visible. Also, I pride myself as one … Continue reading The Fascinating Story Of My Root, Igboho
“An elder cannot be in the market and a child’s head will be badly molded”-Yoruba proverb The situation in the country is pensive, as it is, going by the happenings over the couple of months. A situation where the South-Eastern youths hang axe on their head demanding for self-rule, however, using whatever means to paralyze … Continue reading Nigeria In Ebullition
Everybody is a leader, no doubt. What kind of strategic steps are you following to become a better one different from some bad ones?
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference –Robert Frost Few years ago I read a book titled, “The Purpose Driven Life” authored by Rick Warren, during my sophomore year in the university. The book had an overarching effect on me. Until then … Continue reading How I Discovered My Life Purpose?
When path crosses live changes, they say. How would I describe her? Her description is more than what I could describe in just a piece. But be it as it may, I would pour my heart in the way I deemed fit. She orchestrated my present status. Aside the providence, she always got my back. … Continue reading Ode To A Mentor Moving On
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I left my office desk, quarter to one during near break period, with a nagging question that keeps bothering my mind: what is life? LIFE!!! Life, undoubtedly, is a characteristic way in which everyone lives. Dale Carnegie, the American famous writer in 19th century, coined life as saying there are two seasons in every rich … Continue reading Two Facts About Life That Would Change You Forever
To begin with, Lagos, as it is, was the former capital city of Nigeria situated in the south western part of Nigeria. Besides, it is reputed to be the industrial hub of the West Africa region. The mere fact that she bounded by the sea and lagoon on every side proofs this fact that Lagos … Continue reading A Tale Of ‘Lagos State Success Story’
When we are children we seldom think of the future. This innocence leaves us free to enjoy ourselves as few adults can. The day we fret about the future is the day we leave our childhood behind - Patrick Rothfuss My name is Ajao Jacob. This was the account of how I spent my formative … Continue reading Growing Up As A Kid, Somewhere In Nigeria
To begin with, what is truth? Literally, truth means something factual. Truth was used by Jesus Christ to refer to himself. He said, “I am the way, the truth and the life: no man cometh unto the father, but by me (John 14:6 KJV)” From the foregoing, nothing is further from the truth if I … Continue reading 2 Lifestyles Of A Truth Seeker
Twenty Children cannot play for twenty years- African Proverb. Dear Henry, With heavy heart I’m writing this letter to you bidding you goodbye. Recounting how we became friends, in 2015, after you returned from an assignment. However, having heard so much about you before your arrival, I was awed at your arrival. I remembered how you … Continue reading Open Letter To My Friend, Who Just Resigned
Earl Nightingale said, “A younger man once asked a great and famous man, ‘How can I make a name for myself in the world and become successful?’ The great famous man replied “You have only to decide upon what it is you want and then stay with it never deviating from you course no matter … Continue reading The Characteristics Of A Future Leader I
When life presses in on you, that is when your breakthrough is near – Les Brown. Moses is a 3-year old boy tested positive with HIV/Aids. As if that was not enough, the poor boy was abandoned to his fate by his mother on the ground of his status, as she ran away without leaving … Continue reading So Much Trouble In The World