The Necessity of Prayer

By Felicien Ekoume One of the greatest dangers that we Christians put ourselves in, is the neglect of prayer. We may sometimes become comfortable when things are going fine in our lives, so much so that prayer is barely thought of. And even when prayer comes to our mind, we are too lazy...

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The Only Way is Jesus

By Jenniffer Mann . I’m probably one of many people who shy away from visiting hospitals unless absolutely necessary. It’s not that I find anything wrong with the environment per se, but the need to visit a hospital, suggests that more often than not, something unpleasant may have occurred. My...

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Who’s Counting?!

By Jenniffer Mann . 3.3 months, 14.4 weeks, 101 days, 2424 hours, 145,440 minutes, 8,726,400 seconds. That is how how long it’s been since lock down was first declared but hey! Who’s counting?! What I do know, is that time stands still, for no one. During those 3.3 months, the...

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Follow the Recipe!

By Jennifer Mann As I’m presently not having to undergo the epic twice daily commute into London, I often find myself imagining that I can now become proficient in areas that ‘time’, or the lack thereof, had previously made challenging. One such area is baking. Not entirely mindful that baking...

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The Real Constant

By Jamila Maud . Many of us are creatures of habit. I like to wake up before everyone in my household and enjoy the peace and quiet. I pray and just lie still and listen.  One of the many reasons for this is because as soon as I get out...

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Freedom

By Julia Gervais I’m fed up of being inside. I miss my friends. I can’t go to work. Imagine, I actually want to go to school! Anywhere – I just want to be free! No train rides, no gym, no football.  I have had enough! According to the Cambridge Dictionary,...

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