Where are My Witnesses? – II

Sharing God’s Word with Lost Souls Sunday Omori W– wins lost souls I  – intercedes for lost souls and new converts T – testifies of God’s mighty works N – never gives up on lost souls E – empathizes with lost souls S – shares the Word of God with lost souls S – searchesContinue reading Where are My Witnesses? – II

Where are My Witnesses? – I

Sunday Omori Children, young men, young women and the elderly started running out of their homes at the sound of drums. As the congregation marched and danced joyfully out of the church premises, two men who stood in front began to lift up a banner with utmost dexterity while everyone sang in Efik language, “Emenede,Continue reading “Where are My Witnesses? – I”

God Seeking Generation

Sunday Omori We will ever be grateful to the generous Portuguese for bringing Christianity to Africa in the 15th century. Christianity caused a great change in Africa as Christian missions came with education, literacy and hope for the disadvantaged. While Christianity is fast growing in Africa, the reverse seems to be the case in EuropeContinue reading God Seeking Generation

Provoking God’s Move

Sunday Omori Every breakthrough in business, career, academics, marriage and other areas of life is guaranteed by the move of God. It is amazing that some people want to experience breakthroughs in material and physical possessions without breaking through barriers that hinder their relationship with God. In Psalm 24:1, God has made it clear toContinue reading Provoking God’s Move

Ashamed of Jesus Christ?

Sunday Omori I read a story of how a woman’s godly character made her husband and his friends to receive Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. This man wept when he surrendered to Jesus because his wife always tolerated his ungodly lifestyle and endured his ill-treatment. The worst happened when he went home one nightContinue reading Ashamed of Jesus Christ?

The Tongue of the Learned

Sunday Omori “The tongue has no bones but is strong enough to break a heart, so be careful with your words.” Anonymous I grew up in a community where it is common to hear a parent say to the child, “Naboboke”, meaning “You will die”. Aside from parents using these words, some people use them as a way of abusing or placing a curse on someone. LittleContinue reading The Tongue of the Learned

Flying like a Dove

Sunday Omori “We could fly so highLet our spirits never dieIn my heart I feel you are all my brothersCreate a world with no fearTogether we cry happy tearsSee the nations turn their swords into plowshares…. Heal the worldMake it a better placeFor you and for me, and the entire human raceThere are people dyingIfContinue reading Flying like a Dove