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Weekly Diary: Men and women Who Impacted my Life

It's mid day!
In the last one week, my life has been phenomenal...God brought some great people my way...I learnt so much from hearing them....PEOPLE are really the big deal in life not THINGS.

When God wants to bless you, he sends you SOMEBODY...

Who agrees?

I attended a session by Guardians of the Nation International in Abuja called " An Evening with Johnson Showalter" and he spoke about the power of connecting with complimentary opposites, forging collaborations based on non-market values like love, integrity and trust and using that as an edge to create prosperity and impact. I'd be sharing more from him later.


Then I attended a 5 days leadership and prophetic conference hosted by House on the Rock, Abuja and there for 3 days, Apostle John Tetsola taught on the concept of Leaders and sonship. It was a detailed teaching that will help anyone understand mentorship, and spiritual authority in the quest to being all that God has designed us to be.

Then Rev. Glenn Arekion came to revive the sleeping giant in most believers and prophesy about the next level.

Two powerful women, Bibi Fashina and Tinu Asegieme also spoke about why singles must be focused and stand out in this phase of their  lives and also being social media smart, not to share everything especially relationship highs on Facebook. 
Pastor Tinu's session took me back memory lane about my last two relationships, and it brought healing to me with a resolution to open my heart to love again by keeping God's principles.

Then Pastor Paul Adefarasin, who have mentored  me generally for  8 years now, taught me (us) on the grace of God that has nothing to do with trying to comply with legalism but is a free gift. He harped on the fact that the grace of God is not a license to sin but an empowerment to flee evil and deny ungodliness.

I wish I can get you to listen/watch all these sessions because for me, it was life changing being that I got more committed to following my life call which is "empowering people with the right values, helping them gain self actualisation and be better for society sake". My mandate is first to reach men, then young adults while looking out for the betterment of women and children.

*A Toast to you*

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