Biblia. Yes, that’s the Tweet!!! I copy that from the tweetizens who must emphasize when their tweet is short to manage expectations of followers who may anticipate a follow up tweet. Biblia is plural in Greek for The Bible, a book that is dear to so many Christians and yet also misinterpreted by a good … Continue reading How to read the Bible for All It’s Worth.
Dear Family, friends, blossoming buddies, social media friends, colleagues, classmates, course mates: I bring to you a hard fact in the hope that you will join a noble cause. Every day at Kawempe National Referral hospital in Kampala City in Uganda, an average of 100 babies join our population. Several women arrive at the hospital … Continue reading Every child deserves a mother!
Somethings in life require that we are still and in silence(starting in our minds) so that they can be revealed to us. These things don't work with busyness, noise or chaos.Create a silent moment and be still. Source: https://gravitycenter.com/silence/
They made us feel that ours was a problematic continent and many still believe that. They painted pictures of hunger, strife, illiteracy, sufferingThey made us believe our ancestors needed saviours from another part of the world, that our leaders back then had only a title. Now thanks to Social Media, we have a Full view … Continue reading Africa!
How do you introduce people in your presence to each other? I ask this based on a discussion I had with my colleagues in late 2017. We were tattling about a famous someone in this now not so dusty street of Kampala after we saw a story about them in the newspapers. One of my … Continue reading Power introductions to break the ice…
many a time when we see the finished product, we miss the work that has gone into it, the long hours, the days when giving up was the only option, when sleep evaded them, and their minds were awake the whole night. we miss the gruelling hours of practice, the missed socialization and catch ups. … Continue reading Appreciate the misses!
Source: https://office-ink.ontimesupplies.com/resources/decoding-rubber-band-sizes/ Dear Reader, Happy 2021. My prayer is that this this year is your best year ever. Around 22nd December 2020, my phone “died”. It could not be charged or pick up any power. Anyone who has had the same experience as me will attest to this level being a point of no return … Continue reading Pick up a “rubber band” this year.
John. C. Maxwell is a renowned Author, Speaker and Pastor who has written several books primarily focusing on leadership. One of the books on leadership is The 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth in which he lists 15 laws that if lived will bring about growth in anyone’s life. He kicks off the book by describing … Continue reading Which Growth Gap are you faced with?
I wonder what came to mind for you when you read the phrase Kingdom Leadership and no, it is not about leading a kingdom. I first encountered the term in a book titled Church Shift by Sunday Adelaja where he revisits principles to guide anyone to establish God’s kingdom on earth. One of the principles … Continue reading Step into the realm of Kingdom leadership.
It has been said that feedback is breakfast for champions however there is a good number of people not equipped to do it effectively. This creates a situation where feedback may have a negative effect because of how it is delivered or the words that are said. We can all agree that harsh words are … Continue reading Does your feedback taste like honey or the sting of a bee?
There is a statement that I have heard from so many either kind people or those who have helped others. This statement is usually said after the people that they've helped have not come back to say thank you. That statement is "After all I did for So and So, they did not even say … Continue reading You are a vessel of God’s love..