Power to Succeed for Entrepreneurs

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I have passion for entrepreneurship. Starting things from the scratch and seeing the transformation taking place is one of my drives. Although the challenges and sacrifices involved scares me like any other person. But I have confidence that once I am empowered to do a thing, nothing can stop me except myself. The purpose of […]

Listening for Transformation: How God’s Word Can Change You

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I used to be one of those people in the church that listen to preachings and teachings for information rather than for transformation. I always love to listen to best preachers but not with the mind to be transformed but rather to be informed about Bible characters, events, stories and histories. At a time, I […]

Security of the Heart: A Necessity for Agents of Transformation (II)

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Except you are personally transformed, you cannot transform anything or anyone because you cannot change what enslaves you. Therefore, do not be afraid to stand alone for the right course because one with God is more than a majority.

Security of the Heart: A Necessity for Agents of Transformation (I)

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“Keep and guard your heart with all diligence and above all that you guard, for out of it flows the springs of life” – Proverbs 4:23 Amp The biological heart is a very important organ in the body. It is an organ that supports and sustains all other organs and even the body system as […]

Four Ways the Enemy Attacks a Leader

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Leadership is a battle field. Criss Jami once said, “Whenever we want to combat our enemies, first and foremost we must start by understanding them rather than exaggerating their motives.” Being a leader requires an understanding of battle consciousness, especially for top leaders. You don’t need to offend anyone to face the battle of leadership. […]