Love and Life

Change: The Process

Change comes when it hurts so much that you have to change, when you learn so much that you want to change, and when you receive so much that you welcome change. Usually, we don't change until the pain of staying the same becomes unbearable. Personal Change For change to occur, a catalyst must be… Continue reading Change: The Process

Thoughts about God

Fruitful and Victorious

It's been a while since I shared something in the "Thoughts about God" category. It is my utmost desire that this article brings you much-needed hope and comfort in a time such as this. Stay safe, stay strong, and don't lose hope. Now to the topic: So what does it mean exactly to be fruitful… Continue reading Fruitful and Victorious

Love and Relationships

Life’s Shuffle

The older I grow, the more I realise I need less friends. I believe myself to be very friendly and jovial. I make new friends easily. But I'm also discovering the need for less of quantity and more of quality. The need for true quality friends. I'd rather have just one loyal friend, than a… Continue reading Life’s Shuffle

Life Lessons

Good Grief

This is an open letter to my friend that passed a while back. Dear Adavize, While it seemed like I moved on with life after your demise, I never for one day forgot about you. You're much too precious a person to ever forget. Though sadly now, all I have are memories to cling to,… Continue reading Good Grief

Life Lessons

25 Life Lessons at 25

Spoiler alert! This is a birthday post. I turn silver today, a quarter of a century. Cool ain't it? I've decided to share some of my favourite life lessons with you as a birthday memoir. The lessons span my core three topics on the blog: LIFE, LOVE and of course GOD. This post is a… Continue reading 25 Life Lessons at 25

Love and Life

Waiting with Grace: Self-Control in The Wait

They say patience is a virtue. They also say patience is not necessarily the ability to wait, but rather the manner in which you wait. Patience is not just the ability to wait, but how we act while waiting. - Joyce Meyer A key component to successful waiting is having the virtue of self-control. I… Continue reading Waiting with Grace: Self-Control in The Wait

Thoughts about God

Be A Worshipper and not a Worrier

Why worry? Why fret? The creator of the universe watches over you constantly. He neither slumbers nor sleeps. Why worry about anything that's outside of your sphere of control or circle of influence? Leave that to the one who sees beyond you. Far ahead and beyond. Cast your cares, anxiety, worries and burdens on him.… Continue reading Be A Worshipper and not a Worrier

Love and Life

A Lesson in Misdirection… Leads to a Redirection

It was a beautiful Saturday morning when I learnt this lesson. I had an experience and encounter that day when God dropped the above phrase in my spirit. That blessed day, I went for an outreach but got to the wrong venue. Everything looked right, like the real deal. The setup, the environment, the people,… Continue reading A Lesson in Misdirection… Leads to a Redirection

Thoughts about God

Leap of Faith

Ever heard the above expression before? It's been used severally in different circumstances of life. Often when a person is about to take a daring, sometimes ridiculous move. One that's deemed radical or not quite rational by common sense and human standards. It's daring the odds, believing things would work out and turn out fine.… Continue reading Leap of Faith

Life Lessons

Staying True to Self

I had a conversation with a friend recently, and it was quite insightful. She has inspired me more than once and I started to have some deep personal questions after our talk. The things she told me about herself sparked some similarities within my own heart. It felt wonderful to know that I wasn't alone.… Continue reading Staying True to Self