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20 Christian Songs to Listen to Right Now by Nigerian artists

20 Christian Songs to Listen to Right Now by Nigerian artists by Toyosi Adugunle  Music is such a beautiful, peaceful piece. I call it a safe place because that's what it is to me and a lot of people, I'm sure. I love that it transcends time. I could listen to a song from the 90s and it could speak so much to my emotions and experiences in 2022. There are lots of songs that are super-duper lovely and are a blessing to our hearts, but here’s my list of 20 songs you SHOULD add to your playlists (if you don't already have it there) in no particular order:   Nazarene by An Endless Ocean   Daddy God by Tianney   Ayo by Ife   As we dey go by Jo Deep   Elijah Level by Gaise Baba   This love by Dami Maverick   Safe by Sinmidele   I'll be fine by OG Music   Shoemaker by 121 Selah   Amen Amen by TY Bello   The Lord is my light by Nathaniel Bassey Koseunti by Sunmisola Agbebi I'm not alone by

Self identity, Self esteem and Self worth

Self-identity, Self-esteem and Self-worth In this video, I spoke to the author of The Identity Manual Franklin Ezenwa about self-identity, self-esteem and self-worth. This conversation will help you better know and be confident in who you are (i.e. with their God-given identity) and to be the best versions of yourself that they've been created to become.  You can buy the book here: The Identity Manual  Connect with Franklin:  Let's be friends on social media; Twitter:​  Instagram:​  Website:​ Check out my other videos: How to stop comparing yourself with other people Coping with imposter syndrome - Storytime How to Land Your Dream Job in Canada as an Immigrant

Jesus going viral

Jesus going viral by Toyosi Adegunle “What is going on?” my colleague asked, at about 1 pm on Tuesday. I wasn’t sure what prompted the question, so I asked her why, and she scrolled through social media and JESUS was (is) trending. I checked mine as well, and the same was happening on my platforms. This was (is) great to see but I needed to know how it started. Here’s how - In the early hours of the day, a Nigerian Pastor, Singer and Songwriter, Nathaniel Bassey had created a challenge and posted a design with ‘JESUS’ boldly written on it. The prompt was to use this picture as a profile picture and post it on all social media platforms from noon (WAT) to make the name of Jesus trend worldwide and in his words “let’s release the fragrance over our land and nation, and the nations of the earth”.  A lot of people jumped on this trend within seconds - the design above was everywhere - WhatsApp status, Instagram posts, stories and profile pictures, it made the Twitter trend list and even bi

Should christians date non-believers to save them?

Should Christians date non-believers to save them? Watch on youtube Listen on spotify    In this video, I share my thoughts on why missionary dating is not an ideal thing to do as a Christian. So let's chat: Should Christians date non-believers?  Should Christians use romantic relationships to bring people to Christ? Missionary dating worked for my friend, why can't I do it too? 2 Corinthians 6.16 (AMPC) Do not be unequally yoked with unbelievers [do not make mismated alliances with them or come under a different yoke with them, inconsistent with your faith]. For what partnership have right living and right standing with God with iniquity and lawlessness? Or how can light have fellowship with darkness? What harmony can there be between Christ and Belial [the devil]? Or what has a believer in common with an unbeliever? What agreement [can there be between] a temple of God and idols? For we are the temple of the living God; even as God said, I will dwell in and with and among

How to love when it seems hard

How to love when it seems hard by Toyosi Adegunle “You can’t give what you don’t have” is a popular phrase that is mostly used to describe the inability to express a character or trait. When people are unable to love, forgive, or show kindness, it might be due to the fact that they don’t have it which means they never experienced it first-hand from the people around them, they’ve never really seen it play out hence they can exactly show it to other people.  Is there anything that you haven’t experienced, hence can’t give? Surely, there might be a lot of that, but the love of God I believe is not one of them. You can give love because you have it, in abundance in fact.  “Beloved, let us love one another, for love is of God; and everyone who loves is born of God and knows God.” - I John‬ ‭4:7‬ ‭NKJV‬‬ I randomly say “I have a lot of love in me to give and show” which is the truth because it’s plenty where it comes from - my heart, where the love of God is shed abroad; and it’s the same f

Coping with imposter syndrome - Story time

Thriving with imposter syndrome - Storytime In this video, I speak on the plague that is imposter syndrome and some of the mechanisms I used to cope while sharing some stories. It's my prayer for everyone watching this video to be healed of this horrible thing. Let's be friends on social media; Twitter: ​  Instagram:​  Website:​

Being a good financial steward as a Christian

Financial stewardship tips for Christians by Nnamdi Udeze How do we deal with your finances as Christians? If you grew up in a church like I did, you must have heard someone talk about being a good steward, especially with our finances, and we have given many interpretations to it over the years.   How do we handle money as Christians? If you asked this question in a room full of Christians, you would most likely hear a variety of answers.  In this piece, we'll examine what it truly means to be a good steward of money, and how, while it sounds great in church, what does it actually means in your day-to-day life. What is stewardship The term "stewardship" is derived from an Old English word that meant "care for" or "manage." A steward is someone who administers another person's property or possessions.  As an example, consider a business owner who hires a manager to handle the day-to-day operations of the company; the manager is not the owner but a

African grocery shopping in Toronto, Canada

African grocery shopping in Toronto, Canada African grocery shopping in Toronto is part of my life because I do enjoy Nigerian meals but things are so expensive. In this video, I show you the cost of what's in my grocery bag to give you an idea of the cost of food from the African stores here in Toronto. Let's be friends on social media; Twitter:​  Instagram:​  Website:​ Check out my other videos: Toronto Apartment Hunting in 2022: Cost of living in Ontario 2022:  How to land your dream job in Canada: