#DanielChallenge – Day Two Chapter Two

Hello Beautiful People! Its amazing to see so many of you on board with the #DanielChallenge! Even those that haven't done the previous Bible Challenges ( #EstherChallenge , #RuthChallenge, #JamesChallenge and #LWChallenge.) we welcome you! For those that still don't know what it is, don't worry! The Daniel Challenge is a 12 day challenge, where we read the 12 chapters in … Continue reading #DanielChallenge – Day Two Chapter Two

#DanielChallenge – Day One Chapter One

Hello Beautiful People! Its amazing to see so many of you on board with the #DanielChallenge! Even those that haven't done the previous Bible Challenges ( #EstherChallenge , #RuthChallenge, #JamesChallenge and #LWChallenge.) we welcome you! For those that still don't know what it is, don't worry! The Daniel Challenge is a 12 day challenge, where we read the 12 chapters in … Continue reading #DanielChallenge – Day One Chapter One

Praise Will Not Replace Your Prayer

I'm one of those people who have always said that I prefer praise and worship to praying for long periods of time. Now I battle about the etiology of my preference; is it because I can sing OR, is it because of my cultural background and how I have been exposed to prayer. To be honest, … Continue reading Praise Will Not Replace Your Prayer

Are you a student or just an ‘economic unit’?

A poem that the archbishop of Southwark 'Peter Smith' read really touched me during my ex-college's 25th anniversary mass, so I thought I ought to share it. He also spoke about education and how it has moved away from its true purpose. In this modern day we students are seen as economical units, to be … Continue reading Are you a student or just an ‘economic unit’?

A justified oxymoron

A united spirit within a group is often attained at the expense of another. Affirming in-group biases to further dissociate ones-self from the out-group. How are Christians supposed to differ in this regard...?Holy Communion. The phrase itself is a justified oxymoron. We are brought together with one thing in common, Christ, but at the same time … Continue reading A justified oxymoron