Evil triumphs when good men discount the power of their little contribution and refuse to act. These are challenging days in Nigeria, but your little contribution counts. Continue reading Just A Little Yeast… reflections for Democracy Day by Funmi Adebayo
Editor’s note – On Sunday Post column, we feature inspirational and faith-based articles and opinions. Continue reading It’s All Within me! … A Poem by Funmi Adebayo
Through her deep sorrows, she never stopped rejoicing.
She cried her eyes sore, but at the same time, she never stopped laughing… Through the torments, she never quit Continue reading An Endless Wait… Fiction by Funmi Adebayo
… one mustn’t keep complying with every odd life throws at him forever. Continue reading Enough is Enough… A short story by Funmi Adebayo
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Work is vital to human existence. However, working without striking proper life balance could be threatening to our well-being, career, relationships and even destiny. Hence, it is expedient to address the subject of attaining the required balance. Work-Life Balance is essential regardless of whether you are a business owner or an employee; and irrespective of your level on the career… Continue reading We Weren’t Made to Break…
This Christian Fantasy was excerpted from the reviewed version of Stepping Up to be Seen, an innovative blend of fiction and inspiration by Funmi Adebayo. Please enjoy! Continue reading When Angels Party – A Short Story by Funmi Adebayo
Reflecting on some deep issues Christ settled legally by the things He suffered at His death, it is sad that Christians still struggle rather needlessly with fear and its gruesome consequences…
Continue reading How Christ Fixed the issue of Paralyzing Fear at Easter
Why do you goWondering“Will I ever be made whole?”When despite a touch from MeYou still see men Like trees walking around? Why do you keepMurmuringWhen I’m still busyWorking outThat very thing you wish? Why do you goDoubtingWhen in your frantic searchThrough the darkYou can’t trace Me? Jesus …spit into the man’s eyes and placed his hands on him…(and) asked him, “Can you see anything?” The … Continue reading A Second Touch…a Poem by Funmi Adebayo
An esteemed schoolmate recently narrated on his Facebook wall, this hilarious account of how he had chanted a loud “Eeeeriiiiiiiiii wooooooo yaaaaaa!”*¹ when summoned to give closing prayers at a public meeting, and how he had been hushed and quickly replaced with someone else… Rib-cracking account! I laughed because I could imagine the Christian women in the gathering clutching their breasts, snapping their fingers, stamping … Continue reading SUNDAY POST: Of Nigerians and ‘Unchristian’ Public Prayers
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… he said unto his disciples, Gather up the fragments that remain, that nothing be lost. Therefore they gathered them together, and filled twelve baskets with the fragments of the five barley loaves, which remained…John 6:12-13 (KJV) There is POWER in LITTLE THINGS … The bit that remains after all is lost The little change you have left… Continue reading Poem: Gather Up the Fragments …by Funmi Adebayo
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