The Church Girl – The Guardian 14 #OneChanceReplay


It was a full house at Mr and Mrs Ifeanyi Chukweke’s home.  Daniel, Samson and Sunday, Mary’s brothers, were all home for the Summer Break.  Thankfully, the house was big enough to accommodate them all.  However, for their trip to Church that morning, they needed two cars.  Mary decided she would let the twins fight over who would drive her car, while she rode with Ifeanyi and the kids, as usual.

The twins, Samson and Sunday, both had one year left of their four year Engineering courses at the University of Lagos.  Daniel would be commencing his final level of Senior Secondary school, SS3, in September, and his grades were showing remarkable improvement.  He had aspirations of becoming a Pharmacist or Biochemist.  Ifeanyi and Mary had discussed sending him abroad to one of the top ranking universities, if he continued to perform well.  That had inspired him to no end.

Even though they now stayed far away at Victoria Garden City, in Lekki, Mary and Ifeanyi still faithfully attended their fellowship at Grace and Truth Assembly, in Ikoyi.  Today was supposed to be their Thanksgiving service, but the Pastor had followed God’s inspiration to do an altar call…

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The Church Girl story series has now been converted to a book.  It is a lesson-packed story about a love that was destined, but tried in every way.  Mary and Ifeanyi must learn that in order to live, they must first die to self, as their love and faith is tested through many trials and temptations.  Follow this roller-coaster ride about a love that overcomes all, that will grow your faith, or lead you to the One who holds the keys of Life…  

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