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Nigerian Preachers: The Demons Bewitching Nigerians.

By Imoh David-twitter: @ImohDavid

In Nigeria, there are four rams, sorry arms of government: the ExecuTHIEVES, legislathieves, JUJUciary and the unofficially declared Priesthieves. All of them together make a clown out of our nation. 1,148 more words


Rittenhouse Visitation This Lord's Day

This Lord’s day is the third Sunday of the month, which means Redeemer will be going to Rittenhouse Nursing Home. Lunch will be held at the church, for those who plan to attend the nursing home service and outreach, prior to leaving, and all who plan to stay are asked to… 23 more words


Women As Leaders Of The Church?

When I originally posted this article three years ago, it wasn’t one of the more popular blogs I’d written. I don’t suppose that will have changed, though I do think this is an important topic and this content is well worth bringing to the forefront again. 819 more words


The Very Big Little Things

Oh, Reader, what a long week it has been.  I feel terrible that I haven’t been very present in the last couple of entries with you—this semester is taking me to task in many ways I hadn’t at all anticipated.   1,015 more words

Papa Ayo Oritsejafor: The Spoilt child of a Religious Nation.

The story goes like this:

The Nigerian government wanted some cache of weapons in South Africa and so they borrowed Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor’s private jet. Probably because the self-acclaimed giant of Africa could not find a befitting aircraft amongst her fleets of military planes to transport the intended weapons for them, not even among the 10 private jets in Presidential fleet. 1,471 more words


Timidity in the pulpit

If spiritual pastors are to refrain from saying anything that might ever, by any possibility, be misunderstood by anybody, they will end – as in fact many of them do – by never saying anything worth hearing. 16 more words

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