In the Bible App, today, the question was posed, “What about eternal life encourages you today?” Of the three options given, I chose, “I will have perfect community with God.” This is because, for me, the trauma of living in this realm is the uncertainty of life, its […]
Ufuoma is a Christian Blogger, Humanitarian, Entrepreneur and Authour. She ministers at www.ufuomaee.blog, serves at www.fairlifeafrica.org and works at business.ufuomaee.org. She is also a mother and a wife, who is learning to walk in Grace and Truth.
As Ufuomaee, she has written many books and novels, which you can read via books.ufuomaee.org. You can also find and follow her on GoodReads.
Today, I googled the meaning of homophobia, following the accusation that there was a sprinkle of it in my book. I hoped for clarity, but it may shock some of you reading, as it did me, that merely being “uncomfortable” about homosexuality warrants the derogatory label of “homophobic.” […]
I haven’t been active on this blog for a couple of years and a number of reasons. In 2018, it ceased to be an avenue where I could express and explore my faith with sincerity and vulnerability. But besides that, something else, something big, was going on in […]
On The Spotlight today, I have a special guest, Onome Bada, who’s a writer, author, and podcaster, trying to change the world by telling her story…
Hey… Happy New Year! Happy Valentine’s! Happy Women’s Month!!! Lol! I can’t believe this is my first post on the blog this year… I’ve been thinking maybe I need to do something different with it, since it ceased being my therapy a couple of years ago… But God […]
Hey, hey! Compliments of the season! How y’all doing? I hope good! I hope you’re doing great, actually. Despite COVID-19 and its impact on our economic and social lives, I hope you are strong in your spirit, filled with hope and joy in the depths of your soul. […]
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It’s been a tough year for Mary, but it seems she has a guardian angel… Mary met her sponsor, Yinka, for the first time at our Valentine’s Brunch, which held at Foodies, Lekki, this year. They had time to chat and get…
So, three months ago, I got a message on Instagram asking me to take part in a book project, an African Christmas Romance Anthology. The sender went by the name The Eccentric Diva (Youtuber) aka @camaa_pearl. Eccentric indeed! When she said the title of this Christmas anthology would […]
Five years ago, I wrote Shame – The Devil’s Sticky Tape and talked about how the enemies of the gospel like to use shame to silence us from speaking the truth. With this post, I encouraged believers, who are imperfect and have made mistakes, not to consider that […]
Rachel’s Diary tells of her life after saying “I do” to her choice. Her husband and marriage are not what she expected at all, despite being a marriage counsellor herself. Through her story, there’s much to learn, unlearn, and search out!
I’m of the opinion that it is easier to say sorry when you don’t mean it. For some people, sorry just falls off their lips just as easily as they lie. But as someone who strives to be truthful all the time, I find it hard to apologise […]
We all do it, I’m sure. Wonder “what if I’d done this and not that?” “What if I’d been there or not been there?” “What if I’d listened to that person or chosen a different action?” Such thinking serves only to frustrate and torment us, because it changes […]
I think this is a question many of us are asking at this moment in time, especially with the pandemic that has swept the world. By us, I mean humanity, Believers and unbelievers, because even Believers wonder why it seems their prayers are going unanswered. Really, does this […]
Hi all! It’s been a long minute since I wrote here and even longer since I reviewed a book 🙂 Seriously, I missed it, but it couldn’t have been helped. My life is changing. In so many ways, it’s not even funny. I’m just trying to adjust and […]
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We were very sad to receive a call from a family we support at Ajegunle, on Sunday, 19th April, about a fire outbreak that destroyed their home and community. Naomi and her mother lived in the notorious Dustbin Estate slum until a…