What Does It Mean To Be Born Again by Izuu Erike

INTRODUCTION There are several denominational differences in the body of Christ and in the world in general which raise questions that often culminate into arguments and strife. One such question is: WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE BORN AGAIN? In the body of Christ, the effect of this singular question is seen in the following areas: disunity, hatred, strife, jealousy and so on. Several of these outcomes also are no longer hidden but are manifest. Worse still, those who are supposed to be crusaders of peace and harmony have been indirectly used by the devil to propagate chaos in the body of Christ. Preachers are now defending themselves and their denominations instead of preaching the gospel they were called to preach. Behaviors of alleged Christians confuse atheists and agnostics, such that they are querying whether becoming a Christian is the best thing that can happen to any man. It is Continue reading …

Superb Offer

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“Jesus answered, ‘I am telling you the truth; one cannot see the kingdom of God without being born again.’”(John 3:3 GNB) A person is born physically of human parents but spiritually of the Spirit (John 3:6 GNB). Take this illustration: There’s man who was about to celebrate his birthday. So invited all his friends and relations. On the deal day, all invited guests gathered in his house with wonderful birthday gifts. They were all happy for him. In a moment, this man paused from singing the birthday song and everybody was astonished. They started asking him what went wrong. He kept quiet for sometimes and later shouted that he had two birthdays, that the one he was celebrating was the first while the other would be coming up the next two weeks – which was his greatest birthday. His friends and relations were confused and asked him if he was joking or insane. They Continue reading …

These Things

Wars and rumors of war

I woke up one morning in September 2011, going about my daily chores. Suddenly, I heard a voicethat asked me “Do you see these things?”  Immediately, as if he knew I would want to know which things he was asking about, he gave me this scriptural passage(Matt 24:2): And Jesus said to them, ‘Do you not see all these things? Assuredly, I say to you, not one stone shall be left here upon another, that shall not be thrown down’. At this point, I needed nobody to tell me that the voice was asking concerning the end of age. I took my gaze off the temple of Jerusalem cited in that scripture to this present world. I looked round the continent of Africa; I saw wars and rumors of war. In the Asian continent, I saw natural disasters and so on. Then I came down to Nigeria. It is Boko Continue reading …

Weekend Of Prayer 2015


You are invited to the Diocesan Youth Council weekend of prayer meeting scheduled to hold at St Stephens’ Anglican Church Ugwuoba. The meeting will draw youths from all the nooks and crannies of the diocese. The theme is “Time for Fervent Prayers”. Please make every effort to be there. You’ve got to reclaim your lost inheritance.