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Chibuzor Agomuoh

Paul on Instagram: My Trip To Damascus (Episode 2)

Guys, I’m writing to you in a sober mood. I know you must have been surprised by some of the changes you’ve noticed on my Instagram account. First I have been away for days. Secondly, my Instagram handle has changed from @KingSaul_thepersecutor to @Saint_Paul.I had to change my name because on observing...
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Chibuzor Agomuoh

The Evolution of Sinach and Her World Changing Artistry

With over one billion views on YouTube and a myriad covers of her music on the internet, this multiple award winning Nigerian songstress has become a remarkable force of inspirational music. Her name is Sinach.The second child in a family of nine, Sinach grew up with an affinity for reading and...
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Chibuzor Agomuoh

Paul on Instagram: My Trip To Damascus (Episode 1)

It’s been a few years since Jesus of Nazareth was killed by the Roman Government. Many believe he rose from the dead on the third day after his death. I consider that a rumor, never believed a single word of it. The man was arrested and executed for spreading politically incorrect...
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The Second Phase of the 2018 SunRise School Tour

  Report on the Activities of the SunRise Youth Intervention Organisation for June, 2018. The SunRise Youth Intervention Organisation carried out the second phase of the 2018 SunRise School tour in the month of June. A total of four (4) schools were visited. 1.            DANIEST HIGH SCHOOL The SunRise Youth Intervention...
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Ashes of Yesterday

"Although you have been forsaken and hated, with no one traveling through, I will make you the everlasting pride and the joy of all generations.” -         Isaiah 60:15 NIV It’s interesting how the same fire that makes a candle wax melt, hardens clay - same environment but different and opposite results....
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Sometimes Drowning is Silent

  (Adapted from Soundingsonline.com, written by Mario Vittone)   The new captain jumped from the deck, fully dressed, and sprinted through the water. A former lifeguard, he kept his eyes on his victim and headed straight for a couple who were swimming between their anchored sportfish and the beach. “I think...
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Handling Rejection (Part 2): Making the Most of Rejection

In the first part of this series, we saw that rejection can be good or bad. We settled that rejection is good when it is God's will for us and bad when it is thrown at us by the devil, but that whether good or bad, God turns all things for...
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Handling Rejection (Part 1): Is Rejection Good or Bad?

One of the bitter truths of life is that we will not always be accepted where we long to be, not everybody will love us and some of us will fail where others made waves. All these constitute to rejection. So, for the young man who got a negative response from...
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