“Christian Suicide Bombers?” I Don’t Think So.

Legit.ng has reported that a Christian bomber has been found trying to bomb a church. In reply to this, Ishaq Akintola, the leader of MURIC (The Muslim Rights Concern), has said that he is not surprised. According to him, there is a “Christian Boko Haram” too.

This just confused me. While Islam and Christianity share many similarities, the taking of a person’s life in hopes of going to heaven is not one of them! Islam encourages and demands its members to follow their strict dogma, even to the point of performing suicide bombings. Christianity, while it has had a bad rap in many ways, does not demand this strict obedience to dogma; we are to love others and give of ourselves, not take our own lives and the lives of others.

This is the core difference between Christianity and other religions, including Islam: our way to heaven has already been paid by Jesus. Jesus is God, and He did what no one else could do: live a perfect life. And so He stepped into our place, and rescued us.

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I don’t need to do anything to be made right in God’s eyes because of Jesus. Good works become something I want to do, from a sincere heart. My place in heaven is already made.

As I hear MURIC’s accusation of there being “Christian suicide bombers,” it just doesn’t make sense. Our God is a God of healing, not hurting. There can be renegade “Christians” trying to do evil things, but there is no such thing as Christian suicide bombers. May these bombers come to know Jesus for real, and may real Christians in the local Church reach out to those hurting because of such bombers.black box (2).jpg


Do you know Jesus?

Jesus gave it all so that we might go to heaven. Learn more about this here.


Please pray for (find the prayer sheet here):

  • The persecuted church in Nigeria and worldwide.
  • That these “Christian bombers” would accept Jesus as their Lord and Savior.
  • That those being bombed would get justice in court.

Thank you for your prayers!!!

The Coronavirus: Trusting Jesus in a Scary World

People, lying in hospital beds. Men and women in sterile hazmat suits taking care of those who are ill. This is how Wuhan, China has been under the attack of a formidable enemy: the coronavirus. Continue reading

Remembering Kobe Bryant |Blog post by Sadie Robertson

Sadie Robertson has done a wonderful job of remembering Kobe Bryant and the other 8 passengers who passed away in an helicopter crash, one of the 8 being Kobe’s 13-year-old daughter. I think it is a beautiful blog post and wanted to share it with you all, in honor of Kobe and the others who passed away. You can find the blog post here.

“Let There Be Light”: UCOUNT Campaign Weekend

Today, our church did our annual “U COUNT Campaign Spotlight,” an opportunity to focus on human trafficking. We heard a short sermon from our pastor, then we were told about all that U COUNT has accomplished in the past 13 years. This year’s theme was, “Let There Be Light.”

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Prayer for the Impeachment of Trump

As most everyone knows, the US house democrats are trying to impeach Trump.

No matter your opinion or view on this, the Word says we must pray for all of our leaders—from Trump and Pence to those trying to impeach Trump (1 Timothy 2:1-3). In light of this, will you please pray with me over this whole situation?

“Dear Lord Jesus,
Thank You for the fact that we have a democracy. You see and know the hearts of all people, including Trump and those trying to impeach him. We pray now that Your Hand would be on Trump, the house senate, and everyone else involved. Let YOUR will be done, not anyone else’s.
In Jesus’ Name I pray,
Amen.”

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Do you know Jesus?

Just as stated above, those in power are ultimately under God’s Sovereign control. Learn more about Jesus, who is God, here.

***I know that many of my recent posts have nothing to do with Nigeria, the Chibok girls, or Boko Haram. I will be getting back to reporting about them shortly. Thank you for reading!!***

Praying for Israel

Those who trust in the Lord are like Mount Zion,
which cannot be shaken but endures forever.
As the mountains surround Jerusalem,
so the Lord surrounds his people
both now and forevermore.
…Peace be on Israel.”
(Psalm 125: 1-2, 5, NIV)

As of late, it has come to my attention that the more a government or institution strays from seeking the good of Israel, the worse their situation gets. Our blessing, in one sense, depends upon the good of Israel– so much so that the writer of Psalms asserts that those who trust in the Lord are like the sacred mountain of Israel, Mount Zion. 

Israel is currently in intense warfare. Please consider praying with me for the good of Israel, especially now. Thank you.


Do you know Jesus?

God promised Abraham that his seed would be a blessing to many– and that seed, Jesus, did just that. Learn more about the Gospel here.


Please pray (find the prayer sheet here):

  • For the good of Israel.
  • For the USA, that they would not turn their backs on Israel.

Thank you for your prayers!