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So many people have had a hard time identifying their purpose in life. One of the most common questions many still seek an answer to is, what is my purpose in life? This question is not hard to seek, neither is it too hard to answer. He has made everything beautiful in its time. Also, he has put eternity into man's heart… Ecclesiastes 3: 11 You are created beautiful, the time of your existence here on earth is beautiful and your purpose is within you! It is my sincere desire that this book helps answer some questions in your heart and sheds light on your path by the Spirit of God.
Rooted in credible evidence of the consequences of public conduct on matters from corruption to production, and in scripture, regarding such, Pastor Taiwo Odukoya provides counsel without equivocation on how to lead to affect the Nigerian condition for good. Drawing example from all over the world, he confronts Nigeria’s myriad problems and shows with direct and simple wit that if you can dream it, you can make it happen. This handbook for leadership and citizenship in Nigeria is also a book of inspiration in the finest Christian tradition of people who have God as father - they are possessors of a cheerful sense of Hope, for in their Father’s House there are many mansions. This is a new must-read tonic for the Art of Leading. -Pat Utomi
125 Days of Favour, the third volume in Pastor Taiwo's life changing devotional series, takes us through the length and breadth of the incredible advantage God's favor confers on us. It serves as a practical guide for living a life of favor, drawing from a wide range of topics including: Faithfulness, Diligence, Prosperity, Change and the Holy Spirit among others. 125 Days of Favour combines riveting anecdotes with powerful insight to give you a resource tool for appropriating the favor of God all year round.
Once in history, women were not allowed to pursue higher education because of the social prescriptions of the day. It was not until 1849 that the British-born Elizabeth Blackwell emerged as the first woman to get a medical degree in the United States. Today, most of the factors that previously confined women have given way to societal adaptation. Whether from the political landscape in Liberia and Rwanda, to the technology industry of Silicon Valley, women have continued to soldier on as global shapers. However, the statistics still leave a lot to be desired. There remains a remarkable gap to be bridged. Women are still grossly underrepresented in the corporate world and Government. Majority, especially in rural Africa and Middle East, have been relegated to culturally prescribed expectations. Even religion, where it has been misconstrued, lends itself to the social stereotyping of women. Yet, the truth simply is, women are endowed with enormous potential. And with the right incentives and enabling environment they can in fact contribute strategically in shaping the future. In other words, women, by their contribution, will change the world. So any forward-thinking society must, with a sense of urgency, adapt and embrace this potential. It is against this background that this book was conceived. It is my desire to call forth the leader in every woman by providing practical answers and making the case for the place of women in shaping and changing the world.
Men are born with a drive to accomplish things; to build structures, ideas, businesses and relationships that will outlive them. God created Adam and gave him a mission to cultivate and to keep. In other words, God created man with a drive to solve problems, to improve what he has and to guard it. And most men, all through their lives, will measure their sense of worth against how well they are able to do this. It also gets a bit more complicated because society creates its own standards. Men are not just striving to measure up against whatever God ordained purpose they may have or against personal set goals, they strive, also, to measure up against society's e l e v a t e d n o t i o n s o f s u c c e s s a n d accomplishment—a challenge that becomes all the more daunting in a hypermedia age that brings glitzy images of achievement to us in bits and bytes. Unable to cope with the growing practical demands of life, societal and self- imposed pressures, more and more men are reacting in dire ways