Kindness — Hidden Camera Ad Warms Heart

This is one video have seen that shows us how to be kind to people. Not just people but strangers.   It is a hidden camera ad, where a kid without a jacket is cold at a bus stop in Norway. The majority of passersby at the bus stopped took the time to help. The […]

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Guilty

Was she really guilty? Guilty of something? No, there was no chance for she to have been guilty of something that caused pain or heartache to others. Hilda was only a normal lady; a lovely entity made of flesh and bone, that just was looking for somebody to love her, just the way she was. […]

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Lessons to Learn From Apostle Paul As Christians

Who was apostle Paul? Paul of Tarsus (c. 10 – c. 67), originally named Saul, was one of the most notable of early Christian missionaries, his prolific writings forming a major portion of the New Testament. His influence on Christian thinking has, arguably, been more significant than any other New Testament author, though he himself […]

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Meadow Hall Foundation Presents: Back To School Drive Project

In the words of Late Mother Teresa. “Not all of us can do great things. But we can do small things with great love.” “I have found the paradox, that if you love until it hurts, there can be no more hurt, only more love.” – Mother Teresa Meadow Hall foundation started this project “Back […]

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Photos: Happy Birthday Pastor Seun Uwubamen

I know my peeps and my peeps know me. Have always said we June celebrants are warriors. I just have some few words to say Mummy. You have proven to be more than a Pastor, you are my mother and friend. God will enrich you and enlighten you, your work and deeds he will crown […]

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Loneliness Is a Powerful Enemy: True Story From Anonymous

Loneliness affects us all at some point or another. Jeff’s testimony reminds us that God can fix even the deepest loneliness. For years, decades, before I became a born again Christian, loneliness was my best friend. As the old saying goes, “with friends like this, you don’t need enemies.” Even when I was a sophomore […]

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Will Suffering Ever End?

Would you say…. Yes? No? Maybe? A lot of questions have been raised about sufferings in the world. Watching the news lately is so scary as people tend to portray hate with one another, nature battling with humans, hunger, terrorism, and so many more… Sometimes we feel God has turned His back away from the […]

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The Pain of Forgiveness

Wendell Berry, tells the story of two friends who lived in a small community in Kentucky in the year 1912. Ben Feltner and Thad Coulter were part of a close-knit agrarian community with strong ties to each other, to the land, and to hard work. Yet tragedy ensued when Thad invested in a risky business […]

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Happy Mother’s Day

There is nothing as special as celebrating my mom this special day with special moms in the world. May all the love you gave to us come back to you a hundredfold on this special day!” “Thank you for always being there, Mom. Happy Mother’s Day!”

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