Hope in ‘Impossible’ Times

I’ve been away from my blog for too long. It’s been a personal rollercoaster in recent weeks Lots of challenges, travelling, ministry engagements, family, work and business changes, book reviews, my young adult group, and working with an awesome team to develop a new community-based initiative that I’m really excited about and will launch later this year (more details in […]

Delight in the Lord

What does it mean to delight in the Lord? Christians are meant to be happy people. But happy in what? Ourselves? Our bank account? Our family? Our educational and career attainment? None of these are wrong in themselves if they inspire happiness in us. But could and should there be a deeper bedrock that inspires and sustains our joy and […]

What’s on Your Reading List?

An essential quality of leaders is their passion for learning. Leaders pursue their personal and spiritual growth. They don’t hang around waiting for life to happen to them — they chase life. One way they do that is to grow knowledge through reading. The power of reading Reading is an indispensable feature in the lives of those committed to their growth and […]

Divine Partnership, Not Resolutions

Over the course of 2016, I reflected a lot on the journey of my life. What a journey! I feel most gratitude to God for changing the course of my life, forgiving my sins and calling me to serve Him. What are you grateful for in 2016? I feel privileged to be gifted with both immesurable blessings. The Psalmist captures […]

5 Reasons To Embrace Challenges

We are not immune to life’s tussles; inflation-bursting household bills, broken promises, health problems, nights on hospital bed, childcare dilemma, difficult career demands and decisions, bank balance in the red… the list is endless. This week, a colleague asked me how to deal with an unreasonable boss making life difficult for him. Do I tell him to quit and move […]

Following Jesus Afar Off — Part 2

In the previous post, I narrated my ‘following Jesus afar off’ experience a few years ago. I didn’t want to be identified as a Christian because I had failed to live up to the appropriate Christian standard. You can read that post here. What does it mean to follow Jesus afar off? But Peter followed him afar off… Matthew 26:58. Peter’s unwillingness […]