Category Archives: Significance

THE RACE OF A LIFETIME (WEEK 36)

Life happens. And sometimes, the happenings of life leave you bruised all over. Only the perpetually inactive stand a chance of remaining “injury-free” in life – or so they think. Yet, inactivity is not a desirable place; it damages the mind and weakens one’s resolve. When you decide to daily run your race, you also […]

THE RACE OF A LIFETIME (WEEK 30)

Yesterday was meant to be the day when Nigerians voted for the next Nigerian President. The choice before the nation included the incumbent President and more than 70 others – well, over 70 on paper; perhaps just one or two feasible candidates in reality. I say “meant to be” because the elections were not held […]

THE RACE OF A LIFETIME (WEEK 25)

A few weeks ago, I got me some new running shoes! It was time I replaced my old, worn-out shoes with new ones. Although I had gotten used to my old shoes and have had the pleasure of running in them for a year, a change was needful. Running experts recommend changing your running shoes […]

THE RACE OF A LIFETIME (WEEK 20)

Last week, I wrote briefly about crossroads – junctions in our journey that split our course into two (or more) diverging pathways. Each of these lead to different destinations, so we need to be clear about where we are heading before racing ahead. Crossroads are inevitable on the race tracks of life. So also is […]

THE RACE OF A LIFETIME (WEEK 16)

I want to highlight, in this post, a matter we seldom talk about in our communities and churches: mental health. This is a big issue that only receives little attention. It affects more people than we realize. It is a bomb that is ticking over my generation. Let me explain. In my book, THE SHIFT […]

THE RACE OF A LIFETIME (WEEK 2)

This man knew a lot about running. Not only was he accustomed to the athletics culture of his day, he considered his whole life a race. When the time of departure from his life drew near, he was confident he had run a good race. His name is Paul, the apostle, the one who wrote […]

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