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Two Fathers, to Fathers

What does it take to make a man a father? They say no man is ready until the little one is out and you’d just have to wing it through the diapers and midnight cries. Beyond all that, becoming a father is said to soften the hardest of characters and strengthen the weakest of hearts,

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A Mother’s Stand

I found it difficult to be a single mother. Even more so in a church community. A church is supposed to be perfect. And yet, no one sees a single mother as perfect even if being one was not by choice. As a single mother, I was looked at as someone evil or someone who

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A Mother, And More

I am a full time mother and wife and I have always been proud to say it. A mother who cooks, cleans and is committed to raising my child to be God-fearing, people-loving. I suppose for most married women, that is the calling. I love what I do as a mother. Hand to heart, I

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Journey Back Home

I started attending CHCKL when I came to here to study in 2008. It was never a question since so many of my hometown friends were already rooted here. Regularly, I went to church services and cell group. Though it seemed like all was well, I was rather hard-headed back then and that eventually became

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Finding Purpose

EUPHORIA, a time you find yourself and your purpose. It is also about giving the best time of your youth to build His people and Kingdom. The EUPHORIA experience is life-changing, and mine is just one of the many lives impacted. My journey with EUPHORIA dates all the way back to 2015 when I first

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Eyes on Him

For the members of CHCKL, “euphoria” is not just a word; it is a season, a period of challenges, a time for realisations and many moments of decisions that the youths make for the kingdom of God. To us, “euphoria” is not just intense excitement or happiness. EUPHORIA is our youth conference; a season of

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He is Stronger

There was a point in my life when I so clearly remember someone coming up to me in the middle of my sharing to ask, “Why are you still like this? It has been so long already.” In reality, it had barely been a month after my dad’s passing. Despite having known that he will

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I am a Missionary

Barely passing the halfway point of the year, twenty-seventeen has been a heck of a ride for me. It was during the transition between my Pre-U and Undergraduate Studies when I decided to take a gap year, more like 8 months, to do things I enjoy and pick up both old and new skills. However,

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