Monthly Archives: October 2012

Dear Informed Viewer…… (2)

After having read your fifth consecutive letter on the same issue, I have reluctantly concluded that I have little choice in the matter but to reply. I noticed that every letter was written on the same day the videos under … Continue reading

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Joxy’s tips for going on mission trips within Nigeria

Your church is up and running. You are well known, both in the city in which your church is based, and further afield too. You are very mindful of the Great Commission, so you decide to go on an outreach … Continue reading

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Joxy’s tips for raising financial contributions

Your church is up and running. You are writing and marketing books seeing as that you are operating under the  ‘multiple streams of income’ theory. There is however a main source of revenue that is always on tap, all it needs … Continue reading

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Joxy’s tips for writing and marketing inspirational books

Your church is up and running. It doesn’t matter whether you have 10 or 1000 members. The fact is that you stand in front of an audience every week while delivering a powerful sermon. You think to yourself, ‘I am … Continue reading

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Joxy’s tips for running a black majority church

Service times are approximate and should not be taken literally even though this is not made apparent on your gaily printed flyers. It is irrelevant whether you are conducting a seminar on time management, or preaching about the importance of … Continue reading

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New series alert!

Having been a denizen of this our earth for many many years, I feel it is only fair to share with you some of the vast knowledge I have acquired by virtue of longevity. Before I go on, I hear … Continue reading

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For Elnathan’s* Nigeria: How to be a witness to injustice

You are Nigerian, and proudly so. Nothing fazes you, no matter how bad things are, you are reassured by the knowledge that ‘e go better’. Your finger is always on the pulse of things, You are so interwoven into the … Continue reading

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