Stella Osammor is currently a consultant for Qualification and Curriculum Authority for England and Wales. Stella taught Literature at the... more
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The concept of salvation is popular in Christian theology but is widely misunderstood. Why do good people need to be saved? What happens after we die? Dr. John Osammor gives an in-depth analysis about the genesis of Man, figuratively and literally, and throws new revelatory light on our understanding of salvation. A must read.
The story of the Tortoise and the Sardines is an African fable as well as a cautionary tale about the dangers of taking strangers at face-value. This enchanting fable is ideal for celebrating black history month, furthermore; the fable has been published in English, French and Spanish (the three crucial universal languages). The Book can therefore be used to advance young people's knowledge of key stage 2 and 3 knowledge of French and Spanish in a way that is colourful, engaging and enjoyable.
ORISUN FEMALE LEOPARD OF THE SAVANNAH GRASSLAND is a contemporary tale which gives us an inkling into how Africans perceive animals of the wild and their perception of the psyche of these animals Contrary to popular opinion, Africans value the wildlife which cohabit their plains and grassland. The opening of THE SOUTHERN AFRICA PEACE PARK in October of 2001 by Nelson Mandela is indicative of the profound commitment by African peoples and governments to evolve a happy equilibrium between themselves and the wild life around them. THE SOUTHERN AFRICA PEACE PARK straddles the borders of three Southern African countries i.e South Africa, Zimbabwe and Mozambique. THE PEACE PARK is indeed one of the Largest game parks in the world Three endangered species of animals are featured in this contemporary fable i.e the Leopard, the Gorilla and the African Elephant.
The West African experience has its roots in alfresco dishes prepared by farmers during the harvest season. African food has a promising future as it has been described as the food manufacturers dream, on the basis that West African sauces are made with fresh ingredients with no cream, colouring or sugar added. Africans generally consume food to help them stay healthy and cope with the physical challenges such as puberty, pregnancy, gestation, menopause and old age. Should you wish to know more, purchase our popular Vegetarian Cookbook accredited by the Vegetarian Society on Amazon or at www.odeigahouse.com and create your own African Veggie Paradise on a plate!
Kari, a gorgeous, vibrant, ambitious career girl sets off on the trip of a lifetime only to be brought to a crashing halt by an explosion at the airport. Her life as she knows it ends, and she embarks on a different journey. Her adventures in heaven, meeting Jesus and the celestial splendour are so absorbing, you can almost feel the light in your soul. The ethereal descriptions of the people, angels, and especially of Jesus are beautiful and entrancing. Simple yet vivid, it will draw in and inspire the reader to see heaven as the alluring and truly wondrous place that it is. The illustrations are so sparkly and radiant, the book is almost luminescent. The author's aim of prompting readers to engage with the bible is achieved without being pushy. I particularly enjoyed the different scenarios where various people are comforted and encouraged by scripture specific to their situation and felt both comforted and encouraged. The importance of words, particularly the word of God, is highlighted, which would hopefully stir the reader to pick up the bible, explore their faith and be open to the person of Jesus.