Exodus 25:8 (KJV) And let them make me a sanctuary; that I may dwell among them. In our world today, each is seeking some good place to lay His head after a long busy 21st Century Day. The need is so dire and evident that affordable housing is one of the big four presidential agendas […]Read More WHAT DOES THE BLESSED BIBLE SAY? – THE SANCTUARY
Singlehood is something that all of us have had to deal with. It seems an inherent human desire to be in a close company or connection with someone else. That is why we will complain when left to do all the work alone. I think this is why people in positions of trust will want […]Read More Is There Something to be Enjoyed in Singlehood?
This title could be a whole cauldron of disappointment to those who have invested more time in class, hoping they will command higher figures. Probably, those who deem themselves street smart can be tempted to think their turn has finally arrived. This is another enlisting for bitter pills. This piece of work neither fights intellectual […]Read More Dealing with People; A skill You Will be Paid For, But Which is Never Taught in Class.
The term “Great Disappointment” is a household name among Adventist and Religious historians. It points to the events of October 22nd, 1844, when the heralds of the gospel met a disappointment from which many could not bounce back. William Miller, an American farmer, and a Bible student, was the champion of the early Advent […]Read More A Disappointment Greater Than the Great Disappointment
All and sundry, appreciate heroic deeds We have heroes in the Guinness book of records for several deeds of valor, Great athletes, great musicians, great leaders, great citizens, and statesmen, We have great generals at whose approach the nations trembled in dismay, We have geniuses of thought and invention, We have rocket scientists and otherwise, […]Read More A Hero Missing in the Guinness World Records
Have you seen people who are fired from one job and immediately secure other more lucrative ones? Have you ever admired how lucky they are? At least that’s how most people think it is for them–luck all the way. I’ve seen a few people in that category. I can confidently name them. In the […]Read More Three Things That Will Make You Employable Anywhere.
If I were asked to do the work of sales and marketing of sin as the merchandise, I would refuse, even if the salary was generous. My refusal, apart from being based on ethical concerns, could be Influenced by the difficulty of the assignment. I know I risk political incorrectness because the reality in practice […]Read More The Deceitfulness of Sin
I have lived in two Worlds, Worlds that we’ve all been invited to, Whose flags we raise or trample underfoot day by day, And I can be trusted to give my survey report, The first world I visited was the World of Opposed to God. The road to this world was smooth and sliding, Its […]Read More I’ve Been to Two Worlds.
People are extremely in a hurry nowadays. It seems like we do have less than twenty-four hours nowadays. So, If you don’t have time to read this article, you can still get the idea from a single quotation in this article. Just scheme through and find in the book entitled “Education”, then continue with your […]Read More A Capital Better than MONEY
One thing that is a reality in the world today is the increasing number of skilled professionals. This may not be a global reality because countries are endowed differently. Speaking in the Kenyan context, which I am pretty familiar with, I would recognize that we can, with some good evidence, boast of increased, skilled labor. […]Read More Skilled but Unemployable; Where is the Problem?