adapted from Lonely People by Warren Wiersbe
Sometimes we feel like we’re on the outside looking in. We feel unwanted, unneeded and uncared for.
Loneliness is described as a feeling of isolation even in the midst of a crowd – a feeling of being all by yourself even when you are surrounded by people.
Whatever the cause of your loneliness Jesus can comfort you and give you rest. Continue reading
by Omolola Oriogun
It has always been a thing of wonder to me every time I have a discussion with the so-called ‘Arsenal fans’ on what they see in Arsenal that makes them keep their support and loyalty for a club that has not given them a trophy in 10 years. Their responses always amaze me because you’ll hear answers like: “Wenger is a great manager; He has helped the club to be a rich club; He doesn’t waste money on players Continue reading
It’s the end of the yet another month and you still have not reached the bible reading goals you set for youself at the start of the year. Here are a
few tips, testimonies or simply just how others, just like you (i.e. me) have made some headway thus far
1) What not to do
When it comes to daily (or not-so-daily) Bible reading, January 1 can be a welcome arrival. A new year signals a new start. You’re motivated to freshly commit to what you know is of indispensable importance: the Word of God. Yet this isn’t the first time you’ve felt this way. You were entertaining pretty similar thoughts 365 days ago. Continue reading