Led Through His Scars is my first step in venturing into the world of poetry. It’s raw as it is also detailed in its delivery. This book is an essential nugget to everyday living as a Christian and also as a highly spiritual being. Take it as a widget that reminds you of Christ's sacrifice and love He had for you. Less This book serves to extol Christ and encapsulate the responsibilities we must carry on. Its teachings are not meant to be tossed aside but to be meditated therein. The scars of Christ is a daily reminder of our privilege and the redemption packages that we have been freely given. It is very important to know our worth and our place in Christ. This poetry collection tells us the most important ones. Led Through His Scars is an essential nugget to everyday living as a Christian and also as a highly spiritual being. Take it as a widget that reminds you of Christ's sacrifice and love He had for you. For those who aren’t Christians, you can tap in too to be uplifted. I believe you shall be blessed. Amen!
This book contains strong language, nudity, horror, disturbing images and notions that one might find offensive. It is fictitious. Excerpt - Book 2: The Aftermath "I faced the greatest monsters my imaginations could conjure. I won what monster could be greater than it’s creator?" Excerpt - Book 5: Insomnia "Don’t let them catch me, you’d mutter but you can’t fall forever. You’d open your eyes gasping for breathe for every time you go there, you lose a bit of yourself" Excerpt - Book 8: Lust "Her hands seemed quicker than yours, as they find their way to your belt You feel the ease from your waist as the belt unbuckles"
With Cancel Culture now responsible for the loss of careers of a lot of prominent men, it has become necessary to understand why an individual could reach the peak of their careers only to come crashing down like a pack of cards. Experiential learning pointed to the fact that many people can attain financial success through scrupulous and unscrupulous means. But without a foundation anchored on their innate authentic self, all were bound to crash eventually unless they course-corrected. Upon x-raying the lives of different great men, the author realised that what sets apart the great men from the rest was the foundation they laid at the cusp of their adulthood. The current western educational system is not perfect, and lots of the traits and capabilities required to have a meaningful life are never taught in schools. Many seeking to achieve success, happiness, a healthy body, and a healthy mind are left confused about where and how to start on such a journey. Men most especially, are on the receiving end of the anti-masculinity sentiment pervading the globe, which leaves them confused as to whether they are living right, and if not how best to transform their situation. The author’s mission in this guide and beyond, therefore, is to simply highlight what he considers fundamental for a man ( women included) to have a fulfilling life while minimising behaviours and habits that will eventually come back to haunt him in the latter stages of his life. This guide further states actions that can be undertaken by a curious and discerning mind towards enhancing the functionality of his body, mind, and essence (soul). Through a harmonious existence, they can unlock their dormant powers to achieve a more meaningful and fulfilling life. Obinna grew up as an exceptionally curious and precocious person with a lot of life privileges. As an articulate Attorney, Writer, Speaker, Trainer, and Coach, his life purpose is to leave an enduring legacy of openness, happiness, and love, using his body, voice, and mental acuity as the tools. And in this guide, he offers a bit of himself to the readers. Although this book is deliberately titled ‘Unlocking your Potential Power: The Renaissance Gentleman’s Guide to Success in His 20s and Beyond’ the author enjoins all who seek an easier and more meaningful existence to give it a read.
An intimate portrayal of the voices of three generations of women seen through the portrait of family life in Africa. This is a sprawling epic about the impact of a false allegation on a Nigerian mother and the subsequent generations of her family, pulled apart by their exultant belief in or repudiation of the insinuation. A strong and reflective soul, Aduke, is ostracized from her family when she is accused of witchcraft. Her daughter, Ibidun, confused and rebellious, is raised to distrust her but after getting pregnant as a teenager, she is forced to seek out her mother for help. Ibidun is compelled by circumstances to leave her infant daughter in her mother’s care. The years pass as Aduke and her grand daughter, Oyinkan, two outcasts haunted by the fact that they were born outside wedlock, become so close it appears they merge into one being governed by seemingly synchronic movements. As Oyinkan is on the threshold of adulthood at 12 years of age, her precarious world is shattered by the death of her beloved grandmother. Oyinkan decides she would fare better passing for a man. She moves to the city where her son is studying in the university and starts cross dressing. This only further complicates her life as Kole, during a fit of drunkenness finds her embracing her son jumps to the conclusion that she is a man, having a homosexual affair with the boy lunges to attack her but the boy gets in the way. With its multiple first-person perspectives in the form of letters and journal entries, “Three Women” portrays the inner workings of a modern African family as they face common relationship, love, family and life problems. REVIEWS: “In this domestic novel set in 20th-century Nigeria, Oyinsan tells the story of Oyinkan and Kole, their troubled marriage, and Oyinkan’s relationship with the grandmother who raised her and the mother who largely abandoned her. ...engrossing and effective... A solid, well-written novel of relationships and growth.” — Kirkus Reviews
Visuals are the major Tutors of children, This book provides visuals in the form of pictures, words, and drawings, to enable your child grow up with that solid moral framework you have for them
Gerald and Sandra loved each other and got married but the love and connection between them waned as Gerald's lifestyle and thought pattern did not adjust to their union in time. This took a negative toll on Sandra as she became emotionally empty and was compelled to find solace in another man which almost made Gerald to lose her. At the time their marriage was on the brink of collapse, they got to realise their mistakes and with open hearts and singleness of purpose, they turned around their situation for the better and started winning together. The strong lesson this book teaches is that marriage can actually work if couples choose to win together
4-30 is a heterogenous compendium of life transforming lessons from 4 men- Joseph, David, Ezekiel and Jesus- whose lives took a critical leap at the age of 30 years. This work, which contains 70 chapters in all, cuts across diverse subject areas. For easy study approach, we have grouped the chapters into six sections: Christian Life, Destiny & Purpose, Marriage & Parenting, Ministry, Finance & Wealth Creation, and Leadership & Africa’s Redemption The setting of the book is akin to the human tissue, with the cells of truths and facts enmeshed in an interstitium of humour, fun, and gusto for continual readability.
Are you ready to learn how three boys created a software that can steal money from any bank account? Three talented boys graduated from the university to meet a poor, crashing economy destroyed by greedy politicians. With no job, they invented a software (Monkeys software) that can steal money from any bank account within five seconds. As they set to render the whole world broke will they succeed or will they die trying? Greed. Romance. Betrayal. Action. Invention.
Job is also on a mission to win Rita's, a fellow executive's, love. His life is further complicated by his involvement with his neighbour who, unknowingly to him, is a terrorist preparing for another kind of mission. In the events that follow, he learns some of life's vital lessons from the unlikeliest of sources. Number 19 is an attempt to portray Christian characters in their natural state: complete with all their flaws, challenges, failures, and wins. However, it is a lot more. It easily courts controversies, but doesn't pretend to have all the answers. The story has been narrated in a form everyone can relate with and enjoy irrespective of their religious dispositions.
Anansi the Spider is a well-loved trickster character in many old African and Caribbean stories. Anansi Spider and his sister Anansewa (Sewa) are modern versions of the old trickster. In this first story of the series, its a rainy day. Anansi and Sewa are bored and looking for something exciting to do. Join them and see if they are able to turn a boring day into fun. Watch out for other stories in this series!