The reality of being a Pastor’s child goes beyond what you see in church on Sunday morning. Although most of us appear very put together, dressed in our exalted suits, ties knotted, shoes shining, berets looking banging, hats looking hearty and dresses looking dazzling there’s a lot we have to go through behind the scenes.
I looked up and saw the face of the one with magic fingers playing the keyboard so well and hitting all the right notes…the true love story of Tope & Opeyemi.
I saw Wunmi at the holy communion service and I immediately told my friends I had found my wife. There was just something about her…
The electricity problem in Nigeria is something that every Nigerian has grown up to be accustomed to. In some areas they only have light in the midnight as if they expect people to wake up from their slumber and hold ironing and television vigils because the light will never show up in broad daylight. Most […]
Hi everyone, i hope you had a great weekend? So how was church yesterday? I’m sure you must have been wondering what this title is all about. Well I’m just about to break it down. A few days ago, my mother in law and I were chatting about church and the responsibilities of being a […]
So service year is finally over. It still feels kind of surreal to me but I guess I’ll get used to it soon. I feel really great to be back home. I returned home almost immediately and I received a very warm welcome from my parents. I also received quite a number of congratulatory calls […]
I had written something else for this week, but by popular demand from my male readers/brothers in the lord I had to do a sequel to last week’s post. I believe a good number of us enjoyed it, please make sure you read it if you haven’t. I also appreciate those readers who dropped comments […]
Sometimes ago, we were having our Annual sister’s program and the guest speakers were so on point. They talked about turning a house into a home, the kind of meals that puts a smile on a man’s face, the effectiveness of a prayerful wife, making him proud of you and so much more. Great talks […]