Daddy Issues – Candid Conversation

This post is a debrief for those who watched or missed the 'instalive' with the one and only Rev Wonu, founder and leader of Eleuthera Ministry on the topic: Daddy Issues! You can watch the replay via YouTube (videos are embedded at the end of this post). Daddy issues; issues that stem from the physical … Continue reading Daddy Issues – Candid Conversation

Faith and Technology

Technology is a tool and like any tool it can be used for good or for bad. A knife can be used for cooking, a hammer or axe for building, but both can be used for harm. The tool has no morals or values, it is the user that brings their morals and values to the use of that tool. This is the same with technology. The psychologist in me makes me understand another aspect of the use of technology as a tool. Anything that we use creates or exerts a degree of change in us, whether we realise it or not. For example, when you constantly use a pen or knife, after a while you may see an impression on your hands and fingers. Similarly, our use of technology creates impression marks on our minds which primes us for future activities, decisions, habits, expectations and relationships.

Psychology of Forgiveness

While it is very easy to ‘passively’ forgive an offender, with a simple ‘I forgive you’, the challenge comes when you are reminded of their offence every time you see them. Or when you find it hard to get rid of that negative memory. Sometimes these recurring memories and feelings, make you question whether you have really forgiven them or not. So what do we do when we have forgiven but we still remember?

Be Quiet | Lessons from Zechariah

  Core Scripture: Luke 1:5-57 How often do we speak against the things that God has promised us, especially when they defy our logic and natural minds?    Watch and read God's word with me via the video below to see how silence is concurrent with the preservation of destiny when doubt is lurking. We … Continue reading Be Quiet | Lessons from Zechariah

Construction Workers

So I came across this quote/image/screenshot of a common rhetoric among men and and women on social media. It read: 'do you love him enough to wait until he becomes who he's supposed to be?'. I have a small but serious problem with messages like this. It almost minimises the responsibility of men to get … Continue reading Construction Workers