New Year’s resolutions – the sooner you make them, the sooner you break them or another chance for us to get it right?
My parents are NOT cool enough to have sex for fun! They probably did for the sole purpose of procreation and I thank them for that!
Saints court. Ain’ts date. Dating is one of the cardinal sins, up there with worshiping Baal and spitting in the Communion cup, or is it? I delve into the seemingly miry waters on how to begin a relationship.
There are injustices occurring every day at any given time – on a global level and even on a personal level. Hashtag after hashtag, headline after headline, the actions of people around us – we cannot seem to catch a break! As a Christian, what should our response to injustice be? I look at striking the balance between consciousness and Christianity.
Virginity isn’t the same as purity; nor is it better. There I said. Ring the your elders, ask them to meet me round the corner.
In a bid to not be deemed ‘prosperity gospel’ advocates; the topic of ambition is often met with intense apprehension or explained away as a fruitless exercise in vanity. The two-pronged antidote to this gangrene creeping furtively in the lives of the saints is…
Mondays, depending on who you are, either fills you with dread or joy – one thing is sure – the work week has begun and you must follow suit! This means getting your mind in gear in anticipation of the weekly rat race.
In Las Gidi, raising shoulder* is fast becoming the city’s favourite pastime; it’s up there with spontaneous traffic jams and asking ‘How was your night?’. The only time a Lagosian will drop their shoulder is to engage in conflict; any true Lagosian worth their salt, never backs down from conflict…
Holding the record for the most translated document in the world and heralded as the “international Magna Carta of all men everywhere” by Eleanor Roosevelt; the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) is understood to be inalienable. It documents the fundamental rights a person is inherently entitled to simply because they exist. However, where does this movement draw its inspiration from? For Christians, it may be closer to home than we realise.
To fail to plan is to plan to fail. But what happens when you have planned but things still fail spectacularly?