I once heard that when looking for a job, especially early on in your career, look for a great boss, and not a great position. I had a boss like that. Have you?
Have you lost a close friend before? Well, I have, and I’m sharing my experience with you.
Back with a bang is this week’s edition of the Ms Alheri Uncensored series where I give you a glimpse into my life. Enjoy!
I’m counting my blessings and naming them one by one!
What can I say? The Lord has done for me, exceedingly, abundantly above all that I have ever asked or imagined! If not for His grace and mercy, I wouldn’t be where I am today, and I’m so excited for my future because I know Jesus has got me!
Are you in the valley? Are you going through a tough time? Here is a little something to encourage you!
I’ve learnt a few pertinent lessons from losing a dream friend, which I’m sharing today. Although time is supposed to heal the wounds, it doesn’t always. We just learn to live with the pain and let it spur us to other things. Find out more on the blog.
What does food mean to you? Is it the simple act of nourishing your body, or does it hold religious and spiritual significance? That’s what we’re talking about in the blog today!
Have you ever wondered how much God has promised to bless His children? You’re in luck because that’s what we tackle in today’s blog. Enjoy!
Hello friends! I hope you’re all doing great. I missed my usual soundtrack for the week yesterday. I’m so sorry, I missed the post because I had a horrible headache so I went to bed right after church. I had a chorale (my college choir) concert earlier in the afternoon and I was going to write about my love for music and how one of our songs (in our secular choir) was inspired by the prophet Elijah. The song is called Life thine eyes, and it’s inspired by the story in 1 Kings 19, when Jezebel wanted to kill Elijah because He called down fire from heaven and killed hundreds of ball’s prophets. Elijah fled to the wilderness, and asked God to kill him (yeah yeah, he was suicidal, lonely and frustrated so can we stop with the silence over depression especially in the church?) It’s a really interesting story so please check it out in 1 Kings 19. I’ll condense the story by stating that God came through for Elijah, assured Him of His unwavering love, told him …
A few days ago, I lost my patience with myself. Sad, I know. But here are a few things I’ve learnt about that experience.