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One Important Art!

Most people come to church or an event with several issues on their minds. The worship leader’s job is to help them see God as the ultimate solution. It is up to YOU to make God BIGGER than every troubling issue in the lives of your audience. Committing scriptures to …

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The 7eventh Man (Pt. 2)!

… I thought to myself whether this could be it. Was he going to tell me? Part of me dreaded that he would ask and this nice friendship would change and yet another part of me wanted the change and anticipated it. I prepared myself as I considered the different …

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TIPS By Human Capital Ripples (HCR)!

7 Good Articles to Read if Your Boss Makes You Miserable! By Nina Semczuk Do you work for a boss who makes every single day at work miserable? It sucks. I know, I’ve been there. You come home feeling drained, frustrated, and desperate for a glass of wine (can you …

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[SERIES] The 7eventh Man (Pt. 1)!

“This was one of the main problems with living in a small town and that, the same town in which you grew up. I often met people I did not like meeting, people like Patrice. Well, with us having just one supermarket, one cinema house, one hospital cum clinic and …

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Don’t Be In A Rush To Lead!

Are you aware there’s a big difference between singing backup and lead singing? Most of the people that write/speak to me often express their eagerness to lead or go solo. They don’t see the need to submit to authority and learn the basics. I used to be a backing vocalist …

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Hidden!

I remember times I desired to do certain things, go certain places, be a certain way but did not. Thanks to different reasons. Sometimes it was the authorities over me – my parents of course – who told me not to and responded to my requests with an emphatic ‘no’ …

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The Youth Today!

Are the youth today more impatient than the youth a few decades ago? It has been rightly said that we spend the first half of our lives trying to understand the older generation, and the rest half in understanding the younger generation. Every age has its own charm. Youth has …

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The Effective Choir Rehearsal!

Having an effective choir rehearsal is one way to maintain a choir. For a serious choir, there is always a lot to do; new songs to learn and new techniques to embrace etc. Here’s one tip for you: Vary Your Song Selection! Most choristers complain that their rehearsals are boring. In …

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The Reports Are In…

I remember the anticipation that descended on the last day of school. In Primary school, the report sheets would actually be folded and sealed so one could not peruse the contents thereof. Only our parents were worthy to break the seal. Lol! A few minutes ago, I had the privilege to open …

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