When we look at the many travails of humanity; diseases, famines, natural disasters, wars, etc., a lot of people tend to conclude that God is vindictive. This book is intended to provide some insight into the nature and character of God, and to show just how much He loves us!
When a large sum is missing from Dr. Tunde Adewoye's office, only one man can be blamed. His protege student Bayo Momoh Tunde has a dark secret, he is involved with loan sharks, Tunde has to find a way to pay the loan sharks before they hurt him, while also trying to speed up the investigation to get the location of the money that was stolen. But time isn’t on his side
"Being a Single Mother is Not a Shame" is a ten chapter novel that discusses the dilemma of single motherhood. How a single mother single-handedly carries, on her back, her burdens and those of her wards. She walks doggedly sometimes and at other times wobbling through life with the sole realization that this is her cross that she has to carry. It also focuses on the stigmatization and challenges faced by single mothers and how to overcome them. Reading this book will help us realize that there are actually more kids that are raised by strong and responsible single mothers, who have decided to ignore the shame that may come with their decision to give birth and take care of a child without the direct involvement of a father figure.
1. ‘Not he who has much is rich, but he who gives much’ Erich Fromm. 2. ‘The man is richest whose pleasures are cheapest’. Henry David Thoreau. 3. ‘If we command our wealth, we shall be rich and free. If our wealth commands us, we are poor indeed’. Edmund Burke. THIS BOOK IS AN EYE OPENER TO HELP YOU IN FINACIAL MANAGEMENT.
This is a book like no other. It invites you to embark on a 40-day transformational journey of confronting tethers — known and unknown — that could be limiting you. The author draws you in with her witty, endearingly vulnerable style of storytelling as she explores themes of identity, faith, relationships, healing from the heartaches of life, living purposefully and many more. Each chapter tackles a tether and coaches you in crafting your own strategies as you reflect and journal so you can be intentional about your journey to breaking free. Untethered will inspire, encourage and challenge you to break free, and experience healing and wholeness so you can become all that God intended for you to be.
Loosing what was most valuable to her at a critical stage of her life which shattered her world into pieces and as the days turn into weeks months and years Danielle struggles to find a balance between her family's indifferent attitude towards her and her own believe........ meanwhile the past suddenly catch up with Kate as she seeks redemption.
Lisa needed a fresh start, away from all the baggage in her life; Williams was tired, of all the wrong women in his life. Becoming a CEO at a young age, Williams had more passion for work than he does for women which led to a series of disasters and failed matchmaking schemes. He had eyes for only one woman who was unavailable. Lisa was not about to be fooled by the flirty remarks, coy smiles, and seduction game her boss was playing. She was a principled woman wit Joh a job to do. The butterflies in her stomach, and her racing heart weren't going to ruin things for her. Their worlds collided, when dark secrets, and obsession placed Lisa's life in grave danger, and marked her to be eliminated.
Religion, morality, rationality, all kept aside at the rush of a flood of untamed passions. A captivating story that harps on the themes of love, jealousy, hate, forgiveness, reconciliation and hope. A description crisps tale of Theresa's fights, and that of a certain young man. Warning: This story forces resilience. I’m Not Dead Yet is a suspense-filled story of intriguing love and a challenging forgiveness which begins with a joyful walk from the cinema that takes two young lads in their prime to different places, leaving their families clueless and grief-stricken. Benita, Obi’s sister soon recovers and returns to her unfinished project in school. Theresa, a young faithful Catholic girl, dedicated to her studies, while paying full allegiance to her father who upholds high religious standards for every member of the Akowe family, is uncontrollably swept off her feet. In 2015, the year of her graduation, the strength of her moral and religious character faces opposition from a tempest. She single-handedly follows what her juvenile heart yearns for in the storm that puts the repercussions of her feats out of sight. For the next three years, she carries what she believes to be a weapon, but is indeed a yoke, drawing her conceptual-self closer to biting the dust. With the weapon of hate for the male gender, she keeps up the fight until she stumbles upon a certain young man.
Kene, a 17-year, local and naïve girl, started fantasizing about becoming a model and breaking through in the fashion world after her aunt made a nonchalant comment about it. But is it really her fate to become a model? Read through to find out what happens when fantasy and faith meet fate, and how the universe aligns to help out in such a situation. A little thing called fate is an adventurous, inspiring and a motivational story about dreams, destiny, hopes, and reality. A story on how to recognize some signs the universe usually drops for us and follow our dreams.