Test Of Faith – Part 3 By Wale Adeduro

I was given paracetamol tablets to numb my pain but it wasn’t doing much. They decided to give me the injection version of the tablet and I vomited almost immediately it was given to me. I went home that day thinking everything was alright. But I was wrong. Before I went for the procedure, I […]

Overcoming Depression on Your Body – Part 2

Depression can cause a lot of symptoms within the central nervous system, many of which are easy to dismiss or ignore. Older adults may also have difficulty identifying cognitive changes because it’s easy to dismiss the signs of depression as related to “aging.” According to the American Psychological Association, older adults with depression have more […]

Test Of Faith – Part 2 By Pastor Wale Adeduro 

Everything that happened next was a blur. My mother pushed me out of the way and ran to gather Siji’s broken legs in her arms. She turned around in the same breath and ran out of our cramped compound. I was at her heels when she hailed down the nearest taxi and screamed at the […]

Cyber bullying Effect on Mental Health

By Abimbola Ologun In a world where technology has come to stay and also become part of daily lives, a darker side of the digital world has emerged. Cyber bullying, the act of harassing, threatening or humiliating someone through electronic means, is a growing problem and is becoming a cankerworm that is eating deep into […]

Overcoming Depression on Your Body – Part 1

Depression is technically a mental disorder but also affects your physical health. It may impact everything from your heart, kidney, nervous system, and immune system health. Depression can also involve other changes in mood or behavior that include: • Increased anger or irritability • Feeling restless or on edge • Becoming withdrawn, negative, or detached […]

Test Of Faith – Part 1 By Pastor Wale Adeduro

I took away with me a major lesson from my meeting with Daddy G.O. during my 31st December, 2020, meeting with him. I was convinced that God wanted me to let go of worrying. This, I believed, included having to worry so much about my “business” and career. I needed to focus more on the […]

A Dying Field – Part 1 By Pastor Wale Adeduro

2019 rolled around. There was a crazy anticipation in the air. It was the turn of a decade, the last year in that decade and everyone was eager to see how the new decade would turn out. Years before, we had a pretty futuristic view of “2020” and the years to follow. We had all […]

A Strange Affliction – Part 3 By: Pastor Wale Adeduro

I was quiet that day as I made my way from the hospital home. I was considering the implications of the information the doctor had just dropped on my laps like hot coal. My kidneys were failing? Lots of things went through my mind at that point. From the little I knew, one needs lots […]

RCCG Pastor Launches Health Foundation To Cater For The Elderly

By Olusegun Obisanya As part of the effort toward caring for the aged in rural communities, IleraF’AGBA Foundation (healthcare for the elderly) has been launched recently at RCCG, Strong Tower Sanctuary, Province 19, Lagos. The event, which coincided with the founder, Samson Oyenekan’s 40th birthday, was witnessed by some of church’s leaders, members and friends […]

Dealing With Grief By ChinyereDistinguished Chimezie

“Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of compassion and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our troubles, so that we can comfort those in any trouble with the comfort we ourselves receive from God.” 2 Corinthians 1:3 On 11 March, 2023, I lost […]