Deadness in the land

Deadness in the land When there is no light of God in a home, community, state or any settlement, spiritually the inhabitants of these settlements are living in deadness. The death I am writing about is not the physical death of the body but the death of the fear and reverence for God. There are a lot of dead communities and homes in the world today. An increasing moral decadency in homes and communities can…

"Deadness in the land"

When You Are Shut Down, Use it As a Fuel to Move Forward

When You Are Shut Down, Use it As a Fuel to Move Forward   The fear of rejection is a strong emotional stance which utilizes our procrastination as a weapon to delay work and stun productivity. How do we deal with the fear of rejection, and worse, rejection itself? Often enough, people do not know how powerful this fear can be and how devastatingly strong can its weakening grasp reduce our productivity and give us…

"When You Are Shut Down, Use it As a Fuel to Move Forward"

The Lost Act of Worship

The Lost Act of Worship You may not believe that one of the lost act(s) in the church today is worship, the word praise is mostly followed by worship (praises and worship). I believe we give more praises than worship to God, although it is not bad because praises looks good on God. The act of worship is lost, you can stand and praise God but in churches today we do not prostrate to worship…

"The Lost Act of Worship"

Inland Water Ways across Sub-Saharan African Nations

Inland Water Ways across Sub-Saharan African Nations Water is crucial to human survival, food production, maintaining a healthy environment, and social- economic growth of a nation. Access to portable Water, Sanitation and Hygiene is a crucial challenge facing  Sub-Saharan African countries. List of Sub-Saharan Africa consist of  46  nations which include: Angola Benin Botswana Burkina Faso Burundi Cameroon Cabo Verde Central African Republic Chad Comoros Congo Ivory Coast Democratic Republic of the Congo Djibouti Equatorial Guinea Eritrea…

"Inland Water Ways across Sub-Saharan African Nations"