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12 things I've learnt in 12 months of marriage (Video)

12 things I've learnt in 12 months of marriage by Bibi Babatunde-Ikotun Hi everyone, this week I'm sharing 12 things I have learnt in twelve months of marriage. I know many people struggle with reading so I made this into a fun video! Please subscribe, like and comment on my Youtube video.  This video will bless you whether you're single, planning to marry or seasoned in marriage. God bless you as you watch and share with your loved ones. With love, Bibi

More than a conqueror in the year 2020

More than conquerors  by Toyosi Adegunle 43 days to 2021🎉 I’m not about to ask you “what have you accomplished this year?” “Did you tick off your new year resolutions?” “What do you wish you had done better?” and any of those questions that make you think so hard and get worked up. I just hope you know that you are more than a conqueror. Do you? No lies, 2020 is one of those years that we won’t forget easily because it’s been a roller-coaster of events, emotions and everything in between that is energy-sapping, in spite of all these, you and I are more than conquerors. We rise above all the gut-feelings this year has brought to us personally and generally as citizens of respective countries, and we won’t also forget to thank God for the blessings and gifts that 2020 brought to us.  ‭‭ Romans‬ ‭8:37‬  “Yet in all these things we are more than conquerors through Him who loved us. ” ‭‭ This scripture is your testimony and should be your confession because it’s the truth and as a believer

Jesus, the lover of your soul

Jesus, the lover of your soul by Toyosi Adegunle Let's do a quick English exercise, you may want to check your dictionary for the meaning of FRAIL. Here's what I found when I checked - frail means easily broken, fragile, quick to fall. Whewww! This meaning put perspective on the state of the soul of man. I sincerely wonder why we are always quick to forget good deeds, forget the sermon, and don't take actions, forget to do the right things.  Have you wondered too?  I had always heard people recite this verse in church and other places:  “Bless the LORD, O my soul, And forget not all His benefits” ‭‭Psalms‬ ‭103:2‬ ‭NKJV‬‬. Every time I hear it, I ask myself why David had to tell his soul to bless the Lord at all times and not forget his benefits; must-have been that he probably forgets to honour God, he forgets to obey God, he forgets to give thanks, he forgets to do the right thing, right?  Do you sometimes forget to act on the word of God? Do you forget to thank God for

Why are young people leaving the church?

Why are young people leaving the church? by Bibi Babatunde-Ikotun Hello everyone, welcome back to my blog! This topic is such an interesting one that was inspired by a group of believers that I fellowshipped with some weeks ago. Especially with COVID, many churches saw a decline in participation of young adults while others saw an increase in participation. Nevertheless, that young adult phase can be a hard one. A phase where you question if God is real and why do you need to have a relationship with Him. Unfortunately, some are led down the path of atheism while others find the person of Christ. Rules, regulations and doctrines can't keep a person in Christ. Only the person of Christ can keep a person. Why are young adults leaving the church? 1.  Doctrinal teachings that don’t apply to their reality : Many of the teachings are unrelatable and inapplicable to the young people in the church today. A lot of things the older generation experienced is extremely different from what is g