A volatile pulpit will produce a violent pew…A judgemental pulpit will produce a discouraged pew..An old testamental pulpit will produce legalistic pew…A cross testamental pulpit
One of the first things to settle when coming into ministry is the identity of your source. Many people have bought shame to themselves just because this question was not settled enough in ministry. Pastor Muyiwa Areo believes he owes some folks to share some of his experiences and testimonies in this apostolic journey. It is his desire to provoke other young ministers into good works. The expectation is that dear starter will help someone else step into the fulfilment of what God has for them, whether in ministry or otherwise
Of Projects; Underestimation of the Intelligence of Your Members; and The Necessity for Sustained Trust in Leadership!!!
Recently my wife and I went to visit an uncle of hers. One conversation led to another and we got talking about this beloved church
Of External Ministry , “Our Papa likes Periwinkle!!!”, Your Entourages , Acceptable and Non Acceptable Practices in Ministry.
I think the knowledge on this subject is still kinda scanty and unfortunately this has produced a number of unnecessary errors and hurt many people’s
I can’t tell how many emails, facebook inboxes and business cards or should I say ministry cards that I recieve from ministers both music and
****The memory of my junior secondary school is laced with all manner of books , which I will not bother to mention for the danger
OF EXCELLENCE IN MINISTRY, SOME ADO ABOUT SOMETHING, SAVINGS AND CREATING A FUTURE FOR YOUR MINISTRY
PROVERBS 30:15-16 NLT15 The leech has two suckers that cry out, “More, more!” There are three things that are never satisfied— no, four that never
Ecclesiastes 4:9-10Two are better than one; because they have a good reward for their labour. For if they fall, the one will lift up his
Of Debates and Strife, Apologias and Doctrine, my Fighting Self and What God Desires!!! ( for teachers of the word )
Truth is, I love debates… Ha!!! I do. Not the silent Kellogg’s, milk and berries type o but the serious, hard, tough, fist pounding Akpu