Live to Die Without Regrets

This past weekend, I read about the passing to glory of a young Christian worship leader, affiliated to a youth ministry I’ve had to privilege to partner with in the last couple of years. He was very young (probably early 20s) and seemed much loved by his friends. Tributes to a Young Christian Soldier The tributes I’ve read about him […]

You’re Not Forgotten

After my cell group meeting over the weekend, a friend shared with me his personal story of faith and journey of hope. 15 years years ago, God gave him a word at a time of significant stress and emotional conflict. It was a word of hope and reassurance about his family. A promise for murky days   As we shared […]

You’re Not Fatherless: A Story of Forgiveness

I lost my father 11 days after I turned 13. I was in high school, writing mid-term exams and wasn’t informed until after his burial. As a teenager, I remember the sense of pain, emptiness and also a dawning sense of reality that I felt. Life was going to be different from now. And it turned out so. Education was important […]

100 Percent: A Case for Excellence

At a recent leadership forum, my senior pastor challenged a group of church leaders to pursue excellence in ministry. The verse that came to my mind was: “…so that you may approve what is excellent, and so be pure and blameless for the day of Christ” — Philippians 1:10.   God is an excellent God. But I sometimes get the feeling […]

What Every Compelling Message Needs

I hosted the second edition of The Life Course Success Masterclass Program on March 8th 2014. It was a huge success. When God orders our steps We had 20 students in attendance (and a guest from the UK). That’s over 100% increase from January edition. How the students pulled it off, I really don’t know. But they did amazing. One student […]

Cure for the Self-Centered Life

“Do nothing from selfish ambition or conceit, but in humility count others more significant than yourselves. Let each of you look not only to his own interests, but also to the interests of others” – Philippians 2:3-4 This is who we’ve become Self-centeredness is human default mode; we love ourselves. We care too much about our interests. We demand our […]