challenges facing christian youths

Workable Plans To Overcome Challenges Facing Christian Youths

 

Life is full of challenges, and everyone has a dose of it. Challenges vary according to the stage of life. Of note is the peculiarity of challenges facing Christian youths 2 Timothy 3:1-5.

Without a doubt transiting to adulthood is a herculean task to the young people. The youthful age is the period when finding their bearing is demanding and confusing. At this stage, most of them are not sure what the future holds. This is due to global uncertainty. Worse hit is those who either have no relationship with God or have the reality of the scriptures.

These enormous challenges facing the Christian youths would have been minimal if these young Christians have a sound footing in Christ Jesus. Regrettably, these challenges the youths are facing will always have a split over effect on the populace. That means every member of the community including the generation after them, and the adult will bear the brunt. Read more »

a ready battle-axe

Actionable Tips To Become A Ready Battle-Axe For God In Your Generation

In both the old and New Testament, God has done nothing worthwhile in human history without using man. Consequently, God calls individual, commission and empowered them to fulfill his plan for each generation. These individuals in use are God’s ready battle-axe. However, the level God will use and continue to use an individual will depend on the appointee’s readiness to play by the rule of the game.

Notwithstanding, God’ plan remains unchanged irrespective of the disposition of the assigned to the work. Instead of God changing His plan, He replaces the indolence and visionless servant.

What is a battle axe? And what is the purpose? Having known the physical axe and its purpose, let us look at the spiritual axe. Let us check the summary in this scripture. Therefore, put on the full armor of God, so that when the day of evil comes, you may be able to stand your ground, and after you have done everything, to stand. Read more »

reasons religion matters in marriage

7 Reasons Religion Matters In Marriage

 Genesis 24:1-4, Deuteronomy 7:2-5, 1 Kings 11:1-5, Nehemiah 13:24-27

The record of worshiping God did not start until after the fall of Adam and Eve. Then you’ll understand how pure that worship or religion will be. But, organized religion did not start until the nation of Israel got the commandment on Mount Sinai. One common feature of that law are reasons religion matters in marriage. Though you could equate any relationship or union to a marriage, I am talking about the marital relationship between a man and a woman.

 Christianity is not a religion, but a way of life. But I will deliberately use the word religion in this post to address the error of most people about Christianity as one of the world’s religion. This view is prominent among the youths who think they can marry anybody with a religious background because the person claimed he or she loved them. Read more »

contact without contamination

Think You’re Are Safe With The Opposite Sex? Check 10 Ways To Maintain Your Contact Without Contamination

It is a common experience for male and female to have reasons to hang out together. This relationship may be for social, academic, sports, business or family relationship. The question of relating together with no romantic affection is the cruise of this topic, a contact without contamination. Though this challenge cut across ages but is common among young people. These address how you can safely relate to the opposite sex that will not lead to sin.

I must admit it is impossible to live in the world without having to relate to the opposite sex. Every sphere of life has become a unisex world. This is so as you’ll relate with both sexes at school, work, sport, religious and social gathering. Another area of male and female relationship in on marriage. Yes, dating comes before marriage, casual relationship proceeds real dating. Whether you are dating or a casual relationship how do you come out clean without falling into immorality? Read more »

what is next after prayer?

What Is Next After Prayer?

 

Most Christians and churches begin the year with fasting and prayer. Some twenty-one days fasting and prayer, while others will go for thirty days and yet some forty days. Nigerians are among the people who observed this yearly prayer ritual. But does prayer and fasting automatically translate to testimonies? Does going through this religious rite put an end to the devil’s work? I am afraid not so. So, what is next after prayer?

Our model, Jesus fasted and prayed for forty days. And Moses equally fasted to receive the Ten Commandments from God. Let’s see what is next after prayer.

  1. You need to act in faith: Mark 11:23- 24. What is next after prayer is to walk your talk. When you’ve prayed the next thing to do is believe God had answered your prayer. In that vein, rejoice in the victory you’ve received by faith. This you show by confessing positively.
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retaining the youth in the chuch

8 Guaranteed Ways Of Retaining The Youths In The Church

2 Timothy 4:2 Judges 2:8-15

Retaining the youth in the church is one major concern of every church leader. It has become an old fashion to see young people staying in their parent’s churches. And the major cause for this is the parents and their children are not operating on the same page both on doctrinal and social issues. While the former like to stick to the old ways of doing a thing, the latter belief you can change the methods without changing the message. So, in my personal experience, I figure out the following ways to arrest this ugly trend.

  1. Failure to correct heresy: Bad news spread quicker than the good news. In the same way, it is easier to destroy than to repair. Heretical teaching may appear harmless on the surface but its destructive impact is better imagined than experienced. And one thing about false teaching is its ability to be in tandem with the youths.
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my candidate for the 2019 presidential election

My Candidate For The 2019 Presidential Election And Why You Should Vote For Him.

 

Nigeria needs a visionary leader who will see beyond oil.  We need leaders that will diversify the economy and not wait for monthly allocation to run the affairs of the state. That is my candidate for the 2019 presidential election. My candidate will not only plan for the future but ensure the present does not suffer. He will achieve this through completion of viable projects by his predecessor. With that, he will not waste the country’s resources. Part of the pedigree of my candidate for the 2019 election is his ability to draw executable plans. He will also groom tomorrow’s leaders today who would not derail the progress train of the nation .Genesis 41.

Before I continue, I am not a politician and I will not be one. So I have none political affiliation. I am just a concern Nigerian. I believe in this country and wish her well.

Who is this my candidate and why should you vote for him? Read more »

christians who makes God sick

Christian Who Makes God Sick

Perhaps the danger of Christianity today is the high number of Christian who makes God sick. Did I hear you say blasphemy? Don’t crucify me yet until you read this.

“To the angel of the church in Laodicea write: These are the words of the Amen, the faithful and true witness, the ruler of God’s creation. I know your deeds, that you are neither cold nor hot. I wish you were either one or the other! So, because you are lukewarm neither hot nor cold I am about to spit you out of my mouth Revelation. 3:14-16(NIV). By experience, vomiting is one sign of sickness. So when I say Christian who make God sick, I mean believers who irritate and piss off God.

These sets of Christians are neither here nor there. Acts 20:9. You’ll see spiritually such Christians are sitting on the fence.  They have charisma without character. Having a form of godliness but denying its power. Read more »

other side of dino melaye ordeal

The Other Side Of Dino Melaye’s Ordeal You Can’t Find In The Media

I am not a politician, and I won’t become one. Yet I haven’t condemned any politician. In fact, I encourage Christians to join politics if they are convinced to do so. For sometimes, Dino Melaye has made the news headlines for various reasons, but there is the other side of Dino Melaye’s ordeal you can’t find in the media. Before I moved on I am neither an APC nor PDP member. So, my write up about the other side of Dino Melaye’s ordeal has no political undertone. Besides that, I am not celebrating the Kogi politician or applauding the police or security agents’ activities on him. But, unusually, the Holy Spirit gives me inspiration about issue writes on. So I will share these few lessons you can learn from the recent police siege on Dino Melaye’s residence and his eventual surrender. Join me as the Holy Spirit teaches us about God, our frailty and futility of life. Read more »

Life As A Relay, We Win or Lose Together

 

By God’s design, He made our lives as a loop of rings to form a chain. A disconnection means we’re no longer a chain we are. Similarly, life is like a relay race, every member of the team has a stake. So life as a relay, we win or lose together. As the role, the person that kick-start the race is important so is the person who finishes the race. And in-between are athletes who transit the baton to one another. But if any member of the team slacks in his role because he doesn’t take the baton for the last lap of the race then the team will lose the race altogether.

One reason for competition in life is our view of life as a hundred-meter dash. Most times we believed the world revolves around us. To us, it is us or no one else. Our service to God, brethren, and nation wanes because we do not want to play the second fiddle. Read more »