I Used to Drink…

I grew up in a time when professing Christianity, meant you stopped smoking, drinking, fornicating and clubbing. So quite a few church testimonies began with, “I used to drink but…” I drink and occasionally go clubbing with friends. I know several other Christians who do. So, I wonder what the standard of our transformation is. When many people[…]

About my Church Social Media Book

I was introduced to cashless banking, when I saw the first ATMs at Société Générale Bank, Lagos Island. Years later, Guaranty Trust Bank revolutionised banking in Nigeria, when it introduced Mastercard and ushered in simplified internet banking services. Today, this generation takes borderless banking for granted. While my first games included Monopoly and Whot, my[…]

I Don’t Hustle

I am not a hustler. The moment work becomes mind-numbing, repetitive, hard and unfulfilling, I know something is very wrong. I never want to exist on a treadmill of creating wealth. There should come a time in life, when one’s basic needs are met and everything else becomes about other people. It’s not about being charitable. It’s about[…]

Economy of Decentralisation

Because of the work I do with blockchain technology and social media, I am keenly aware, that one of the world’s most disruptive forces is decentralisation. Decentralisation is the ability to create, distribute, store and get rewarded for content and information, without recourse to central authorities. It’s about a reliance on voluntary collaborative networks, for data validation[…]

One Conversation With God

When I fool around sexually, God is there. It is doubtful that his presence is a ringing endorsement. Instead, I imagine he’s there to prove that nothing can separate us. His love will pursue me to the ends of the earth. He is that committed to our relationship. I think about Zacchaeus sometimes (as recounted in[…]