God has given each and every one of us a great destiny. These are some points that can help us reach our great destiny.
Have you asked yourself, How can I fulfill my purpose and become a person of influence?
Then read this spirit-inspired tips from Pastor Nnamdi Odimegwu of Christ Embassy Russia and be empowered to fulfill your purpose in life.
What is your most important asset?
Read to find out.
What are just things to look out for in a man you want to marry?
Don't rush your destiny. Go through the season of preparation so that you can emerge a giant ready to face your battles. Read about the next season after the season of clarity.
Catch up with excerpts from the RCCG August Holy Ghost Service with Pastor E. A. Adeboye
Coming into a country where money is the main focus Financial breakthrough is their favorite chorus It is really hard for one's eyes to stay fixed on Jesus and not lose focus. Distractions here and there Then you truly…
Access is a gift. Observe these 8 wisdom keys that will ensure you never lose access to people that matter to you.
How to know you are walking in the truth.
Read and be encouraged to wait on the Lord.
How can you better coordinate your teams? Learn from the leadership principle of Moses 7 ways to make excellent teams.
Planning is thinking a matter through so that the approach reflects a prior understanding of what is to be achieved before it is carried out.
Never turn your back to the enemy. Confront those fears until you win. You will win in Jesus name.
When you speak often about the great things God wants to do in and through you, energy to attain them will be multiplied in you.
Ladies, don't marry a boy; marry someone who has outgrown boyhood. If he's in touch with his purpose for life and is already excitedly living it... #MarryHim P.s. To be in touch with one's purpose is either to have discovered…
And so I arrived Istanbul for the 7-hour layover. What was I going to be doing for 7 hours?!
One way to avoid boredom is to do the obvious: get on the Internet. But that’s too easy, especially not when one is in Istanbul. Anyways, that wasn’t to be an easy option as the airport didn’t have free WiFi!
So, there was this Nigerian couple who were on their way to Nigeria. Once I got on board the plane, I observed them speaking their local language – and greeted them, owning up that I was Nigerian as well. We exchanged the necessary pleasantries aboard the Turkish Airlines plane and settled in for the 11-hour flight. Interestingly, I thought it was a 5-hour flight!
I found some interesting thoughts while reading The Crossroads of Should and Must by Elle Luna. It greatly helped bring clarity to my thoughts. I hope it does for you too. Difference Between a Job, a Career, and a Calling.…