Have you ever felt exhausted over something? Felt like nothing was ever going to change? The sadness and initial anger, once fiery hot, has become hopelessness, resentment, unbelief, and apathy. Continue reading
Hey guys. Tonight’s post is going to be a little bit random in nature, but it’s been on my heart and mind lately. Continue reading
In an Internally Displaced Peoples’ (IDP) camp, a place where one is supposed to be at least relatively safe, Boko Haram has infiltrated and killed four people while injuring four more. It was reported on Saturday, June 30th, 2018, that Boko Haram insurgents made it past the Nigerian army’s security measures, and had opened fire Friday night. Two of the insurgents were killed; the rest escaped after the Nigerian army fought back.1 Continue reading
I have a prayer request, if everyone wouldn’t mind listening, though it’s kind of off from the usually topics written about here: the Chibok girls, Leah Sharibu, Boko Haram, and the like.
For almost two months now, I have somehow acquired a deep, deep social anxiety. I don’t know why, or how; all I know is that I am now afraid to go and do the simplest things outside of my house.
My stomach gets upset (out of fear), I get anxious that my stomach is upset, and it’s a volatile cycle.
I want to be free of this. I want this social anxiety and phobia to leave my brain and my thoughts, so that I can truly enjoy other people.
I believe that it is both something mental, and something spiritual—we know that God doesn’t give people spirits of fear and dread, but of love, power, and a sound mind (2 Timothy 1:7). Please pray with me, that I would be rescued and delivered from this.
Expect more regular content next week!
With Love, in Christ,
Annalee, ISAIAH 62 PRAYER MINISTRY
As of late, there has been much bloodshed in the Northern and middle parts of Nigeria. Villages in Plateau, Nigeria were attacked on June 23rd, 2018, as Fulani herdsmen and Nigerian farmers fought over the increasingly unusable land that both need to prosper.1
The fighting was horrific. With approximately 200 people killed, it has only worsened the state of affairs in places in the North and middle of Nigeria. If this violence was not enough, hundreds of thousands of Internally Displaced People in Nigeria have fled due to Boko Haram violence, losing one of their only sources of income: agriculture.2 Continue reading
June 16th was the Day of the African Child. June 20th was World Refugee Day.
Though time has passed since both of those days, I wanted to shine the spotlight on these two very important people groups, both of which are important to this blog. Continue reading