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Tips for choosing a sound local church

 Tips for choosing a sound local church by Toyosi Adegunle Choosing the right church can be a difficult and draining process in reality. Whether you are new to the faith and looking to settle in a local church or you've been a believer for a while and you're looking to change your church due to several reasons, it is important to consider major factors before choosing a church. Why? Your choice can make or mar your spiritual growth as a believer. The fact that you're ready says something great about you, you understand that the essence of the church is fellowship and you don't plan on neglecting that. Kudos to you! Colossians 3:16 says Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly in all wisdom, teaching and admonishing one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing with grace in your hearts to the Lord. There are several churches in the world, all of which make a beautiful part of the body of Christ. This variety can contribute to your difficulty in choosin

4 practical tips for your new year resolutions

4 practical tips for your new year resolutions by Toyosi Adegunle 20 days into a new year. Can I still say Happy New Year? I guess so. I hope it’s been a great year for you and yours. Every new year, we all write resolutions, make new plans, create new affirmations and more. It’s a constant MO and it’s great, to be honest. It’s important to make plans at every point in time and most importantly be disciplined enough to bring them to life and stick to them.  Let’s talk about resolutions: There’s a universal dislike for resolutions because of the perceived school of thought that it’s just a facade and people hardly ever do the things they plan to do. There’s nothing wrong with creating a list of things you’re picking and dropping in a new year but do you have what it takes to actually do them?  Firstly, writing a resolution is not a bad or weird thing to do. It just means you are very reflective of your life, habits and processes and would love to change your life or make it better. Reso

#AskAuntyBibi She's a Christian but believes in pre-marital Sex

She's a Christian but believes in pre-marital Sex It's another #AskAuntyBibi question and the person asking what to do about his girlfriend that is a Christian but believes in pre-marital Sex. The #AskAuntyBibi series is here to provide godly counsel to young believers seeking support to navigate life especially when it comes to big decisions. Let's be friends on social media; Twitter:​  Instagram:​  TikTok: Facebook: Website: Check out my other videos: Tips to having a strong relationship/marriage:  Should I date an unbeliever Lies about keeping your virginity and being celibate Is It OK for Christians to Live Together Before Marriage? https:/

Planner Tips

My Daily Planner  by Bibi Babatunde-Ikotun Hello, if you're reading this that means you bought my  planner  *Inserts happy dance*. I'm so grateful. Here are some of the tips to ensure you're maximizing your new daily planner. Scroll down for a video demo. Tip One It's nice to personalize your planner. Feel free to add your name and the date you purchased it. Years down the line, you'd be glad you did! P.S it's a good birthday gift, new years gift, or mothers day gift. Tip 2 The schedule piece of the daily planner is a good spot to add your plans for the day. You can fill this out before bed, this will help you plan your day hence reducing stress. Some days it'll be full, some days it'll be blank. Both are ok. Tip 3 Adding the date of your entry is very helpful to keep track of your entries.  The notes part can be used for your thoughts, ideas, plans or anything that comes to your mind. It's your planner, use it however you, please! Tip 4 I love this