Joseph Iregbu

Purpose Guy

Discerning When Your Time Is Up

In recent weeks at cell group, we’ve been looking at a series on The Daniel Dilemma by Chris Hodges on how to stand firm and love well in a culture of compromise. The Daniel dilemma During his time, Daniel understood his call was single: to make much of God in […]

A Case Against Spiritual ‘Fatherism’

Recently, I wrote about three enemies of your purpose you must avoid. First is the average mindset within. Second is your comfort zone. Third are the naysayers around to contend with. We are often too quick to look outside of ourselves to blame others for our failures. But I believe […]

Can We Stop Demonising Ambition?

I grew up with lots of ambitions. First, I wanted to be a medical doctor. Then a pilot. Play professional basketball. Build libraries and provide free education to under-represented children from low-income communities. Today, I’m not a medical doctor. I haven’t flown an aircraft. I didn’t make it to the […]

Is Your Life Making Eternal Impact?

When I was a teenager, I wrote a series on being the salt of the earth — Matthew 5:13. It had a big impact on my readers and inspired me to commit to living on purpose. Salt changes everything it comes in contact with. Salt is a difference maker. It […]

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