The Power Of A Personal Altar By Rev. Wildfire

Men who build and oil their altars, never get deterred by, nor become victims of, the frictions of life.

In our Home Church this week, everyone got moved by Kingsley’s teaching. He made us understand the value and relevance of a personal altar.

An altar is a place (not necessarily physical) set apart for interaction with the spiritual. It is a place where the lives of men are powered. Psalm 91.

Your speed in life depends on the power of your altar. If you don’t raise your own altar, you’ll become a victim of another man’s altar. Read more »

What Makes Marriage Work

Communication

What is the one indispensable ingredient for making marriages work? Family life educators usually answer communication. This is good news because effective communication can be learned.

Skills such as active listening, using “I” statements, paying attention to my feelings and those of my spouse, and learning tips for “fighting fair” make marriage easier.

Some couples use these skills intuitively because they saw them modeled in their own upbringing. Others can learn them through classes, workshops, and reading. Read more »

Guidelines For An Exciting Marriage By Pastor Faith Oyedepo

Happy New Month! I welcome you to another enlightening series specifically for you. It is my prayer that this month, which is the final for this year, will deliver to you all your hanging blessings. Throughout this month, we shall focus on the topic: Guidelines for an Exciting Marriage.

In this edition, I shall be sharing with you on: Possessing the Right Perspective about Marriage. It is no doubt that when you possess the right perspective of a thing, it motivates you for a better approach. Read more »

Getting Ready For A Fulfilled Marriage (2) By Faith Oyedepo

You are welcome to another very interesting time in God’s presence. I wish you a Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year ahead. I began this teaching by showing you the importance of gaining revelation from God’s Word on marriage and acquiring adequate knowledge before you say “I do”.

The truth is: The prescription to dwell according to knowledge in marriage has its source in God (Proverbs 2:6). Hence, this cannot be substituted with anything. Read more »

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