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A Teacher Worthy of Emulation

I saw this on Twitter and decided to share. If this was in Nigeria, this student would've been pronounced an olodo by the lecturer, their friends and family. Or one lecturer would've wanted to touch breasts and do five times and give her an E.   "A student was struggling in my class and scheduled… Continue reading A Teacher Worthy of Emulation

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Proverbs 31 Babe: Why You Should Have a Side Hustle

anafricandiva

A side hustle is a service or product that you offer or sell on the side of your current full time job or business, to earn extra income.

There are many inspiring things about the Proverbs 31 woman. She has encouraged me to embrace the virtue of early rising, taught me the value of earning my own income as a woman, and helped me understand the importance of having help at home.

She has also taught me the value of having a side hustle, which is something that has changed my life in more ways than I can count. Here are just a few reasons why you should get a good side hustle in 2018.

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You Will Not Smell of Smoke

Tobiloba Ajayi

I was in church as a Sunday School student today, it was a very welcome change.

As the lesson on faith was going on, we read from the book of Daniel 3.

We didn’t read the whole chapter, but as the day progressed and I commuted with God throughout the day, lifting up my heaviness, I heard Him say to me, ‘You will not smell of smoke’.

The Holy Spirit immediately sent me back to scripture. Read with me: ‘The Kings satraps, governors, mayors and advisers gathered around the three men. They saw that the fire had not harmed their bodies. The hair on their head wasn’t singed, their clothes weren’t burnt and they didn’t smell of smoke’- Daniel 3:27.

If you’ve been holding on to your faith in God and his word, you’ve prayed and nothing seems to be changing, if the conspiracies against you seem to be gaining…

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