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The Race Called Marriage

I had the opportunity of engaging in track sporting events when I was younger. And my area of specialization was the long distance race. I would usually run the 3000m and 1500m races. I was thinking about this today and I would like to share with you what was ministered to my heart from my […]

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What Others Are Saying About ‘The Beautiful Branch’

  Freedom is all about knowing the truth, accepting the reality of that knowledge and combining the two to fulfilling God’s purpose for your life. The book The Beautiful Branch is a combination of inspiration and experiences. Omolola Omosebi knows how to share her lifetime of learning as a good student of the Word of […]

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Break the Negative Cycle

Before I got married, one of the things I read about was the assumption that women have the tendencies of marrying men that are similar  to their fathers in character. This raised my consciousness at that time to be very sensitive. I really don’t know how true this claim is. I however would like to […]

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Assumptions in Relationships

As I put the first spoon of food in our son’s mouth, he said “Hmmmm” His elder sister, displeased, said, “Mum, Daniel is saying hmmmm to me when I have not done anything to him”. She assumed that he was telling her to go away or something like that. I then had to explain to […]

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MY JOURNEY TOWARDS WRITING MY FIRST BOOK

Several years ago, I had the premonition that I was going to begin writing books sometime in the future. About seven (7) years ago, I wrote down the title of my first book in my journal. I did not even have an outline as at the time. Neither did I bother about it. I knew […]

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And He Proposed Marriage. . .

  My husband proposed to me on a day like this. . .  Well over a decade ago. Who’s up for some gist? ♧♧♧♧♧♧♧♧♧♧♧♧♧♧♧♧♧♧ I had just gotten admission into the university and I met the man that was going to become my husband about one week after I resumed. It was on a Sunday […]

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It takes two to tango

Sometimes, scientific principles work well in real life. In mathematics, when you multiply a positive number with a negative number, the result is a negative value. This principle is applicable to marriage. I have seen under many circumstances, only one partner in a marriage willing to make the marriage work. The other person goes around […]

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Please, Leave These Children Alone!

Children nowadays are under so much pressure compared to what it was back in the day. Parents want their 2 year olds to be able to write 1-100 and I am like for what purpose exactly? You hear some parents brag about the ridiculous speed they subject their children to. I remember someone saying to […]

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THERE ARE STILL HAPPY MARRIAGES. YOU CAN HAVE ONE

I have had the privilege to relate with many people who have resolved not to get married. They, out of fear of the outcome of their choice believe it is better to remain single. I tell them, “I have been there before”. I had vouched NEVER to get married if the picture of marriage I […]

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Quarantined for Valentine’s Fever

I attended a school for girls only. The norm was that when students were returning to school for the second term of the session (which commenced in January), they came armed with all sorts of gifts for their special friends. I really never knew how serious this issue of valentines day was until one day […]

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SUFFERING IN PRIVATE BUT SMILING IN PUBLIC?

I see one of the Pastors’ wife quietly slip into the Church vestry as we were about to end the intercessory prayers that bright Sunday morning. The first thing that struck me that morning was the fact that she was unusually late to Church that morning. It was still quite early and we could barely […]

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LEFT HANDED, NOT LEFT OUT: HELPING YOUR CHILD SETTLE IN WELL

Research reveals that 9 out of ten people are right handed. Therefore the 10% of the population are assumed to be “left out”. Raising a lefty can be a hard nut to crack especially in a society where right handedness is believed to be the normal thing. The truth however is that left handedness is […]

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Happy New Year

Meditate ye on this: Now therefore, I pray You, if I have found favor in Your sight, show me now Your way, that I may know You [progressively become more deeply and intimately acquainted with You, perceiving and recognizing and understanding more strongly and clearly] and that I may find favor in Your sight. And […]

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Sex Sanity In The Midst Of Sex Saturation

Okay, I don’t even know how I came about this topic. . . Ministered to my spirit or saw it from someplace? Found it in my note anyway. . . Yes, our world is sex-saturated. Women are being portrayed as sex objects. Children are being sexified. (Just don’t you worry at all, my dictionary will […]

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There is sharing in love

Yes, I meant exactly what I just wrote. Today is boxing day and I don’t know if we all know why the boxing day exists. It’s supposed to be a day for giving presents out. A day of love sharing, especially to the less privileged. It’s always very easy to say “I love you!” To […]

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Let Charity Begin at Home

Who can reckon with the following fictional descriptions of myself sometimes? Story Story. . . ° My family friend’s daughter comes to our house and breaks a flower vase worth thousands of naira- I smile at her while she stands helplessly with a face saying “I am sorry ma. It was a mistake”. I tell […]

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Drug Abuse (Substance Abuse)

Drug abuse, also called substance abuse or chemical abuse, is a disorder that is characterized by a destructive pattern of using a substance that leads to significant problems or distress. Substance abuse refers to the harmful or hazardous use of psychoactive substances, including alcohol and illicit drugs. Psychoactive substance use can lead to dependence syndrome […]

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