How Will You Answer?

“Only one life, t’will soon be past, only what’s done for Christ will last.” Years ago, I heard John Piper speak with immense passion about how he watched and listened to his father preach over the years on the single life. One particular phrase would go on to shape calling his life and calling: “Only one life!” Ever since, I’ve […]

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 […]

Vessels of Hope

This weekend, I spent Sunday afternoon with four masters (MSc) students I’ve been seeking opportunity to reach out to. We went out for lunch and chatted about life experiences, politics and relationships. Yes, there was no bible study over meal but keep reading… At the end of the evening, I asked if they could join me at the weekly young […]

Following Jesus Afar Off — Part 1

But Peter followed him afar off unto the high priest’s palace, and went in, and sat with the servants, to see the end — Matthew 26:58. Have you ever messed up big time as a Christian? And when you look back, you are like; “What! Did I actually do that?” Yes, you are not alone. Peter, a disciple and apostle of […]

The Power of Forgiveness

Last weekend in my student and young adult group in Liverpool, we explored the power of forgiveness. Each week, we approach our discourse from a personal and experiential perspective. In this case, we considered pertinent questions such as: What is forgiveness? Must I ALWAYS forgive others? Is it possible to forgive ALL offences? What if I don’t want to forgive? He/she never apologised. Surely, I cannot […]