Igboho is a fifth largest town in Oyo State, Nigeria. It is the headquarters of the Orelope Local Government Area. The ancient town was founded in the 16th century. However, it is among the stronghold of towns with strong natural defenses and artificially built triple walls. Also, it’s sprawled by hills, mountains, and rivers all … Continue reading Why Igboho Is Destined For Greatness?
Source: Childhood Memory: The Dreams In Me
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
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?
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Have you ever been just drawn to something?
And I’m not talking the bakery case at the grocery store. Or the shoe department at Nordstrom.
I’m talking, a soul pull. A spirit attraction.
Ever since I’ve been home during my mom’s stroke recovery, I’ve discovered a little place in our house that I keep finding myself sitting in. Just ending up there.
It’s a little sitting area in front of the fire place, and focal point of this nook is a beautiful painting of Jesus. It’s called the image of the Divine Mercy. Perhaps you’ve heard of it.
Now, to be honest, I’ve never really considered myself a “religious art person.” I mean, I think it’s beautiful and great for, say, a church, but I don’t know. I’ve just never really given it much contemplation.
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