PL 36: Thank you for your hem.

PL 36: Thank you for your hem.

Hey hey hey!   I read the story of the woman with the issue of blood yesterday and sat to meditate on it. To better understand it, I checked hem in the dictionary, then took my cloth and stared at the hem. Hian, are you telling me this woman touched this shikini (small) part of Jesus' cloth and got healed. My letter today springs from that story. (more…)
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PraiseLetter 30: Thankful for family.

PraiseLetter 30: Thankful for family.

Hey hey hey!   How has your week been? Aren't you just thankful for this past week? I can't wait to share my experiences this past week with young ladies in the nearest future. Mahn, God really is faithful. I don't understand Him, but He is ALWAYS good. Even when it doesn't seem like it. I'm thankful for this week. There's a kind of growth that only comes when we truly realize that it's ONLY GOD that we have and need. Today, I'm thanking God for family. I'm thankful for friends that have turned family, but let's face it, there are things that you can't share with anyone expect those in your nuclear home. (more…)
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Praise Letter3: Frances Okoro.

Praise Letter3: Frances Okoro.

Good day awesome people! Can you tell that I'm excited about today's ITG Friday? We have a lady after God's own heart sharing her 'Praise Letter' with us! I got to know Frances Okoro through her blog and the first day I came across it, I read as many posts as I could! She's such an open person who talks about God with passion and love! I have to caution myself not to write an epistle about her. Let's now read her 'Praise Letter'. (more…)
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PraiseLetter 2: Pauline Abbeo

PraiseLetter 2: Pauline Abbeo

Good morning beautiful people! Welcome to our second edition of ITG Friday. ITG(I Thank God) Friday started last week with me basically sending a thank you note to God. You can read the first Praise Letter here! I asked Pauline on Wednesday if she'd like to write a Praise Letter on the blog and by yesterday, I already had her letter. Thanks babe! Pauline Abbeo is one of the first Ghanaians I got really close to. The picture was taken on the morning of Our "Feed the Homeless" project. She's a great friend who doesn't like trouble and more importantly, we share something(someone actually) awesome in common: CHRIST! Sometimes, we'd just talk about God like we're talking about someone right…
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