BB4 – The race to survive

For those of you who love traveling, our adventures continue! (If you're new to my blogbacks, go catch up - see archives). Okay guys, this has to be done. Yes, let's talk about driving - in Lagos. It's a thing of wonder, I tell you. Headed out to a mall, I asked the driver (of the house…Read more BB4 – The race to survive

Oh, for the love of…!

Friends, a struggle for me to grasp is the idea that God the Father, Abba, loves me. I have been able to wrestle with and come to an understanding that Jesus loves me, but I have always seen the Father differently from Jesus. You too? Anyway, thing is, I’d thought that way all my life…Read more Oh, for the love of…!

Déjà vu all over again…

So this might come across as super weird to you, but just hear me out. 🙂 I’m literally thinking out loud here, and I invite you to do the same. We all know about déjà vu right? The feeling you get when you’re in a moment and it seems as if you’ve seen the entire…Read more Déjà vu all over again…

Virtuous humility

If there’s anything I’m proud of, it’s my humility. Har-har-har. Yes, I’ll be here all week. Oh. You’ve heard that one before? No matter. I’ll have to think of something else that will make you laugh off that chair you’re presently sitting on. Meanwhile, I’ve been thinking of this thing called humility. It’s one of…Read more Virtuous humility

Poetic injustice

How do I write? How do I write about a God so huge So powerful, so beautiful In a way that grabs your attention Expands your imagination Helps you see… Him? How can I write Like others who write hymns, psalms, songs About and for the Almighty From their hearts to the heavens With such…Read more Poetic injustice

Don’t you wish your plant was as rooted as mine? Dontcha?

A true innocent bystander, plantie has been with our family for about two years now. Maybe a little more than that. By no means do I have a green thumb (evidenced by the fact that I don’t know the name of the specie to share with you here and now), but I have certainly done…Read more Don’t you wish your plant was as rooted as mine? Dontcha?