Day: July 16, 2020

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How To Minister To A Person In Crisis

As people are born into this wide wondrous world, there is surely bound to be a crisis in one’s life. Though no one wills to be hit with a crisis, when it does occur, there is the need to ensure…
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3 Tips For Memorizing Any Scripture

The Bible has been explained by bible scholars to be the Basic Information Beyond Life on Earth. It contains the all-time and everlasting words of the Creator which provides life for His creation…
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I Don’t Feel Like Going to Church Today

Once, I had packed my dirty clothes to wash when a question from my roommate in the Ladies Hall on Cape Campus transform my stance. She asked, “When will you finish and go to church?” As if I was…
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5 Gift Ideas To Bless Your Church Staff

Are you wondering of a way to express your appreciation to a man of God, a deacon, an elder or leader of your church who has left an unforgettable mark in your life and that of your family? You just…
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Our Giving to God Never Goes Unrewarded

At our Midweek Service one day, a woman in her late thirties shared a story of how giving has helped her life. At the end of her story, not a single person in the group was without tears in the eyes.…
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Creative Ideas For Family Devotion

  There is nothing more effectual than having a family time studying the word of God and praying together. The best thing that parents can bequeath to their children is to introduce them to the…
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Christians Of The Day: The Struggles Of The 21st Century Christian

The era we find ourselves in today places a greater burden on us as Christians. Our roles as parents, teachers, God’s servants, leaders in various jurisdiction responsible for socializing…
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How Churches Are Surviving In 2020

The saying that every year comes with its challenges tends to be more real in this year, 2020. In the history of the church, the year, 2020 has crippled churches across the globe that its memory will…
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