I watched a video where members of the public in Nigeria, West Africa, aired their views about their faith and finances. The ‘Seed Sowing’ debacle dominated their response.
Listening with intent to learn is a critical part of my psyche. So I pay attention to not to spite or counter but to learn and, if needed, express my views on any subject in context.
I usually like to surf the net to read news when I finish catching up on all my emails in the office. During this routine, I was drawn to a topic about church.
My family had the privilege of hosting a beloved and wonderful family some days ago. They came with their 4 year old daughter who had so much fun with my daughter who is 3 ½ years old.
On Friday June 26th of June 2015, the United States Supreme Court ruled that same-sex couples can now marry in all 50 states, setting off a flurry of reaction by Christians and virtually everyone else on social media and
A discourse on spiritual authority ensued in a hangout with some of my friends last week. With most of the questions been thrown at me, I did more of listening and answering some of the questions.
It’s Sunday evening, the usual time to put together all my daughter needs for School the next day.