The number of people with insufficient qualifications or experience teaching on critical subjects has reached an amazing crescendo.
Society has programmed us to relate with “big” success while ignoring the small process of processes that led to the labor and delivery of people’s sought-after lifestyle and success.
Like many people out there, I love to learn. I read, watch and listen to people and shows, to get information that can help me become better in my faith, life and career.
I recently discussed with two Pastors from Nigeria where I was born and raised.
Growing up in South Western Nigeria was interesting. From faith to academics, to sports and social activities, the South-Western part’s pluralistic community values have helped shaped who I am today.
While hanging out with a friend, during a short visit to London, I kept looking at ‘the wrong’ direction when crossing the road.
I was invited by a dear brother to an occasion organized by Association of Deaf Nigerians in America. A leaflet of schedule of events was given to me as I was led to my seat.
As I laboriously look through the Jeans section I heard a voice ask “why are you shaking your head sir?” To which I answered “I know they most have been out of my size cos a lot of people wear my size” while I tu
One of my favorite times of the year is getting to attend Global Leadership Summit, a two-day leadership event hosted by Willow Creek Association.