• Black Panther Star Pauses Career for Christ!

    Black Panther Star Speaks Out On Finding Herself In Christ Before Landing the Biggest Role of Her Career


    Black Panther Star Pauses Career for Christ


    If you live anywhere besides under a rock then you may have heard how successful Black Panther has been at the box office. In fact, it has already topped $1.2 billion dollars in sales (Source). It really is that good – I can attest, my husband ‘forced’ me to see it and I was mesmerised. 


    Letitia Wright starred as Shuri (the Black Panther’s little sister) and recently spoke about a call to surrender earthly things for Christ.

    In an interview on British Talk Show ‘This Morning’ Letitia makes it clear where she stands with God. “I became a Christian and it gave me so much love and light within myself.”

    But one of the hardest things to do as a Christian is to surrender all of yourself to Christ. Some of us have heard this all of our lives and yet we still struggle to relinquish certain (or all) aspects of control. We still lose sight of our calling: She admits, “I just needed to take a break from acting because I really idolized it.”

    But her step out in faith totally transformed her life. “ I felt secure. I felt like I didn’t need validation from anyone else or from getting a part. My happiness wasn’t dependent on that. It was dependent on my relationship with God.”

    Like Letitia, we each have our own call to surrender and we can admire her example to give up earthly things for Christ. In the interview, Letitia is quoted saying that once she rediscovered Jesus and reignited her faith she had to take a step back as an actress.  She had to face ‘surrender’ head on and that meant saying ‘no’ to other roles and opportunities and listening to God’s voice.

    Saying ‘no’ to good things is never easy. It takes a lot of patience, trust, and discipline. But it is always rewarded. She said that after she took time away from acting and turned down work, God delivered. It was then that she landed her biggest film yet: Black Panther.

    Saying ‘no’ or ‘maybe later’ to good things looks different to everyone. I am far from Letitia’s life in Hollywood and the limelight. I am a 33-year-old mom of three little boys (aged 4.5, 3, and 1). While I’m not having to turn down roles from Steven Spielberg or Wes Anderson in order to hear God’s Voice, I am having to take time to find peace, and quiet and hear the still small voice of the Lord.

    My ‘surrender’ isn’t always a big production, but it’s often everyday tasks or luxuries that become routine but keep me from fully seeking the Lord. I have given up a lot to serve the Lord, but He always gives me back so much more.

    Right before I got pregnant I got my Master’s degree in Social Work. Then I got pregnant. I have yet to use it. I have given up that second income and career to stay home with my children. In return He has given me three lives to mold, love, teach, and learn from.  

    Every day I have to surrender my perceived control over their lives and remember to send them back into the arms of their Creator and Savior, the only One that has true control over their lives.

    Maybe you’re not a movie star.  Maybe you’re not a parent either.  Maybe you don’t know where to start? Look at the things that keep asking you to say ‘yes’. Your phone? Worry? Control? Comparison? Social media? Complaining? What do you need to say ‘no’ to in order to surrender yourself to the Lord and truly hear His voice?  It won’t be easy, but it will be worth it.

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  • Nigerian Prophet, TB Joshua Finally Speaks on His Prophecy About the US Elections

    The Prophet has finally spoken. TB Joshua has finally spoken after his  prophecy concerning the US Election where he declared a Female the winner of the Election.. and it saw Donald Trump the President-Elect of the United States of America.

    Below is his recation to the world:


    We have seen the outcome of the election in America. Having read, you will notice that it is all about the popular vote, the vote of the majority of Americans.

    In this case, we need the Spirit of a Prophet to recognize or to know a Prophet. Our levels are different. We are not on the same level.

    We might have great cathedrals, huge bells, and all kinds of activities that are good by human standards but human point of view is limited.

    1 Corinthians 1:25. The foolishness of God is wiser than that of men and the weakness of God is stronger than that of men. There is no shortcut to spiritual maturity unless earthly understanding gives way to spiritual enlightenment.

    I see many people trying to interpret prophets on the basis of their own minds and ideas. The prophecy seems to cause uproar, to many who gave it different meaning and interpretation.


    Finally, campaigns and elections in any democratic country in the world are never about one person, it is about the country we care and love. Whichever way it happens, we must accept the outcome and then look to the future (God), the Author and Finisher.

    Democracy is all about accommodation. All democrats must value the process of democracy more than the product.

    God bless the United States of America.

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  • Religious Leaders in Africa Building Wealth Empire over Poor People’s Money

    The issue of wealth and people’s response to it has created a clear divide in the body of Christ. While some preachers believe that God’s ultimate plan for His children is to prosper in this world and live eternally with Him in heaven quoting ‘I wish above all things that thou prosper …’ Others disagree and claim true followers of God should not focus on amassing the material possessions of this world especially when others around them suffer.
    Although Africa is home to some of the poorest and most religious countries in the world, it may seem a bit contradictory to note that she is home to the richest pastors in the world. According to, a Nigerian blog, five African pastors were listed among the wealthiest men of God in the world alongside Bishop TD Jakes, William Graham, Creflo Dollar and a host of them. From Nigeria, Bishop Oyedepo sits at the second position with a net worth of $150 million and other private properties. Pastor E.A Adeboye was also listed in an African magazine, NEWSWEEK, as the most powerful man in Africa and one of the top 50 global power elites in 2008/2009, among others such as President Barack Obama and Nicolas Sarkozy.
    Forbes evaluation was recently released to indicate that the richest pastors in Africa are from Nigeria with Bishop Oyedepo at First position having a net worth of $150 million while Chris Oyakilome is worth $50 million , T.B Joshua sits in third position with $15 million while Chris Okotie and Matthew Asimilowo stands at $10 each.
    It has been revealed that some of these pastors have private investments in form of privately owned universities, houses, schools and businesses which helps to finance their first class lifestyle. However, a majority are believed to live on church funds gotten from the pocket of members

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  • 20 Churches Were Destroyed As Bombings Continue in Aleppo, Syria

    Moscow, September 26, Interfax – 20 churches were destroyed in Syrian Aleppo, Deputy Chairman of the Commission for UNESCO of the Russian Federation and the Committee for Russian-Syrian cooperation Alexander Dzasokhov said.

    “It is a magnificent city in Syria that was famous not only for its renowned architecture and cultural sites, but it was a place where Christian aspect of this long-suffering nation has always been present. It suffers great destructions now. According to the recent data, 20 churches were destroyed there,” he said on air The Church and the World TV program on Rossiya-24 channel.

    Dzasokhov believes the future of humanity depends on the outcome of the Syrian question.

    “I do not exaggerate. That is why the necessity to preserve Syria as a country with a lot of historical and exemplary things is the task not only for the persistent, courageous and worthy Syrian people, but all other peoples and states,” he said.

    Head of the Synodal Department for External Church Relations Metropolitan Hilarion, who is the host of the program, said the tragedy in Syria was imposed from the outside, and religious and national minorities fell its first victims, as “when strong political power is eliminated, most unworthy, most monstrous elements of human society step forward, those who commit crimes, using religious slogans

    “We see how the countries of the Middle East, the first one, then the second one, then the third one, face events developing on the same scenario: the existing in these states regimens (we can argue about what kind of regimens they are, if they are democratic or not) are deposed with the help of the outside forces. Then it said: “They were deposed because the regimens were criminal, now there will be a democracy.” But those who depose the existing regimens, do not want to bear responsibility for the consequences of their actions,” the hierarch stressed.


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  • Muslim migrant boat captain who 'threw six Christians to their deaths from his vessel because of their religion' goes on trial for murder Read more:

    boat captain from Cameroon murdered six passengers crossing from Morocco to Spain because they were Christian, prosecutors claim.

    The Muslim man, identified in court documents as Alain N. B, blamed the Christians for rough seas, 29 survivors testified.He forced six men off the  boat, sending them to certain death, it is claimed.

    he alleged killings happened on a crossing between Nador in northern Morocco and southern Spain in 2014, The Telegraph reports.

    Investigators were told that the captain and his second in command, also from Cameroon, believed the weather got worse each time the Christians prayed.


    They used planks of wood to beat the Nigerian pastor, with the public prosecutor writing: 'They badly wounded him before throwing him overboard.'


    Witnesses claim the duo then searched fellow passengers for signs they were Christian, and similarly attacked five other migrants.


    Alain N. B's second in command died before trial could start.

    he prosecution state the captain 'was aware that the victims could not possibly survive and that they would die, either by drowning, from the cold, or from the physical injuries they had suffered'.

    The sea was rough and there were no boats nearby that could rescue the men thrown overboard.


    Just one body, which may have been that of a victim, was recovered.


    The trial is happening in Almeria, southern Spain, where prosecutors are calling for six separate  terms of 15 years - meaning the captain would be sentenced to 90 years in jail if convicted.


    The public prosecutor argues that 'religious motivation' is an aggravating factor.


    Sea rescue services rescued 29 survivors from the 10-metre-long inflatable craft, which did not have a motor.


    At least 21 people died during the perilous crossing, including seven babies whose mothers had been unable to hold onto them. 


    All the survivors were from Sub-Saharan Africa, but several appeared frightened of telling authorities what happened.


    The two men had €1,500 (£1,287) on their person - the same amount witnesses say their victims were carrying before being forced overboard.     










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  • Why Photographer Suicide After Winning The Award For This Photo Will Leave You In Tears..

    Kevin Carter was a South African Photo Journalist. In March 1993, Carter was on a trip to Sudan and preparing to Photograph a Starving toddler trying to reach a feeding Center When a Hooded Vulture landed nearby and Carter took the Picture because it was his “Job Title”. The vulture was waiting for the girl to die and to eat her.

    He was told not to touch the Children to prevent from Transmitting Diseases.
    That Photograph was sold to The New York Times and other Newspapers around the world. Hundreds of people contacted the newspaper to ask the fate of the girl..

    In 1994, Kevin Carter won the Pulitzer prize for the disturbing photograph of a Sudanese child being stalked by a vulture.

    He Committed Suicide 3 Months After He Won that Prize by taping one end of hose to his pickup truck’s exhaust pipe and running the other end to the driver’s side window. He died of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning at the age of 33. His last message read;

    “I’m really, really sorry. The pain of life overrides the joy to the point that joy does not exist… I am depressed… without phone… money for rent … money for child support… money for debts… money!!!… I am haunted by the vivid memories of killings and corpses and anger and pain… of starving or wounded children, of trigger-happy madmen, often police, of killer executioners… I have gone to join Ken [recently deceased colleague Ken Oosterbroek] if I am that lucky”.


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  • Rise of the superhumans: Woman has MICROCHIPS implanted in both hands so she can unlock doors without keys and never needs a computer password

    In a glimpse of what the future may hold, tiny microchips are being implanted in humans so they can unlock doors and get into their computers without using keys or passwords. Sydney woman Shanti Korporaal has had two implants inserted in her hands which she now uses like she has superhuman powers, the Adelaide Advertiser reports. Her goal now is to completely do away with her wallet and cards so that she can lead a futuristic lifestyle, and the sky's the limit as to what can be done nex 'You could set up your life so you never have to worry about any password or PINs' she said. 'It's the same technology as Paypass, so I'm hoping you'll be able to pay for things with it. 'With Opal you get a unique identification number that could be programmed into the chip. Any door with a swipe card... it could open your computer, photocopier. Loyalty cards for shops are just another thing for your wallet.' The implant is almost impossible to spot as it is just the size of a grain of rice. The microchips can be used in the same way as a smartphone and store complex data. Ms Korporaal has even set up a distribution service for the implants with her husband, Skeeve Stevens, called Chip My Life in what is a niche market. However, although it is a niche market at the moment it is gaining interest as a firm in Sweden proved when it gave its employees the choice of having chips implanted instead of a work pass - more than 400 took up the offer. She said that with technology continually improving films like the Terminator and Matrix were no longer so far-fetched and the idea of 'super-humans' was now a real possibility.

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  • ‘Fast And Furious’ Star Tyrese Gibson Encourages His Followers To Follow and Fall in Love with Jesus

    Tyrese Gibson, known for his R&B music and role on “The Fast and Furious” franchise, encourages his fans and followers to also follow Jesus. Despite being surrounded by challenges and temptations, Gibson still chooses and stands on Jesus’ calling in his life and even telling his fans to do the same thing. Posting on social media, Gibson wrote, “The spirit of doubt is real the feeling of letting go and walking away is real. But I’m here to remind of the power and the presence of the Lord Jesus Christ and to tell you that the God I know wants you to learn during those dry spell, he wants you learn how to conquer fears and doubts.”

    At the end of his post, he asked his followers to pray for him and that he would pray for his followers as well. December last year, he posted that only believing Jesus is the remedy to cure the hunger and thirst for significance, fame, and wealth.

    Gibson told his followers that “Fame is one of the biggest unspoken addictions. Over the years I’ve learned and discovered that people will do damn near anything to get it. Validation is a men’s and women’s silent killer,” he wrote. “When you love yourself deep within and when you fall in love with Jesus and you’re completely submerged in Christ your heart and soul is fulfilled independent of what’s in your bank account and where you are on the charts.

    He told his followers in a form advice that it would be better for them to walk in obedience to their God-given assignments and purpose. He often say on his video post that although he had a rough upbringing, challenges and setbacks, he did not allowed it to hold him back. “Trust me I know,” he concluded.


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  • Heaven Is Real: Top 5 Important Things Jesus Christ Reveals To Us About Heaven!!

    Some people think that heaven is a boring place. People die, get clothed in white, get the harps and sing songs all day long sitting on the clouds. Is that picture true? Look, here is what Jesus says about heaven!

    5 things Jesus Christ reveals to us about heaven:

    1. It’s a real place

    It exists, it’s a destination and it is habitable!

    Heaven is a real place and Jesus says:

    “My Father’s house has many rooms.” John 14:2

    This place has rooms and it is inhabited by the Father, the Son, the Holy Ghost, angels and people. It has the rooms or obituaries awaiting us! So, we have there real homes!

    2. It’s nothing like here

    “But as it is written, Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love him.” (1 Corinthians 2:9)

    When we have a good life, we call it a “paradise” or “heaven”, but nothing on this planet can compare with what awaits us there! God has spent just 6 days fixing this world, and He spent 2000 years fixing the new one!

    3. It’s nothing like the Garden of Eden

    The first human habitat was a garden and it had to be tilted and taken care of. The next one is going to be the City. In the book of Revelation 21 you can read more about it. So, all the lovers of the urban life, we have good news for you! But there will be a garden there with the trees and the river!

    4. There is only one door leading to heaven

    And that door is Jesus! He says:

    “I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No man comes to the Father but by me” (John 14:6).

    If you like the idea of heaven and wish to be there, you have no option, but to receive Jesus and enter the Holy City through His blood and sacrifice! There is no democracy in heaven. It’s either God’s way, or no way!

    5. We belong to heaven

    Earth was never meant by God as our eternal abode.

    “For he looked for a city which hath foundations, whose builder and maker is God.” (Hebrews 11:10)

    These words are spoken about the Abraham. Even the people of old knew they did not belong here. Heaven always was the perfect plan of God for all of us.


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  • Devout Buddhist finally finds fulfillment in embracing Christianity

    An engineer from a devout Buddhist family has found true fulfillment in his life when he embraced the Christian faith after years of chasing after achievements and approval.

    Alex Chu, who comes from a family of devout Buddhists, recalls how he used to spend most of his life seeking his parents' approval through his accomplishments. He also remembers how he would wake up each morning to the smell of incense and the image of Buddha statues, but notes that he had no personal ties with any of the statues, Christian Broadcasting Network details.

    Chu was always striving to follow in the footsteps of his father, who has two doctorates and is a very successful professional. He always lived up to his family's expectations and closely followed the Buddhist customs, but the feeling of true fulfillment eluded him because his parents would always push him to do better in everything despite his already good achievement.

    When Chu entered college, he observed that Christians in his dorm were always joyful and did not seem to feel pressured in their life. Then, he started learning the teachings of the Christian faith little by little.

    "The unconditional love that is preached in the Christian faith," Chu shared. "The relationship with God that you can have is something that was a surprise to me in many ways."

    Intent on learning more about the Christian faith, he asked one of the believers if he could join them in their Intervarsity Christian Fellowship meeting. After hearing about God's grace, he joined a Bible study, which helped him learn more about Jesus. Convinced that He is indeed the Son of God, Chu offered a personal prayer to God.

    It took Chu's parents several years to accept his newfound Christian faith, but they later on came to respect his decision to convert. After college, he practiced his engineering profession before going to a seminary. Now, he is married to a Christian woman named Michelle and is a father of three.

    "As an Asian American that was always trying to seek approval and achieve things, it's meant everything to me to recognize that he loves me unconditionally and offers an eternal life with him," the former Buddhist said.

    Like Chu, many people in Myanmar are also turning to Christianity despite the overbearing Buddhist influence around them. Christians in the Southeast Asian country now make up 6.2 percent of the population, up from 4.9 percent in 1983, the World Watch Monitor reveals.

    In Karen state in Myanmar, Christians are being threatened by nationalist Buddhists who illegally construct their pagodas on church properties.


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