Monthly Archives: July 2016

The power of a God-given imagination.

Amazon is dreaming and planning autonomous delivery through its prime air service, which aims to get packages to customers in 30 minutes or less. At the moment, the company has successfully ‘drone delivered’ chicken sandwich, hot coffee, some donuts and a slurpee to a place of residence in Nevada, U.S. Amazon and other tech companies such as google, uber, airbnb ... Read More »

What kind of future do you see?

In 2014, KPMG International released a report which showed what their industry would like in 2030. According to them, the future of the industry is very positive and yet to capture the opportunities presented, it will have to overcome unprecedented challenges. The report also explained four megatrends (i.e., demographics, technology, environment and social values, behavior & ethics) that are likely ... Read More »

Eulogy to Eunice

During our family devotion yesterday morning we prayed for your husband and children that God will comfort them and be with them. I didn’t bother to pray for you because I know you are in a better place because Jesus said ‘he (or she) that believeth, though he were dead yet shall he (she) live…but this morning I asked this ... Read More »

Handle It with Humility.

On the 6th of July 2016, Oscar Pristorious, the double amputee paralympian who also happens to be the only living disabled athlete to have competed with able bodied athletes in Olympics, was sentenced to 6 years in imprisonment for the murder of his girl friend. Oscar is a reminder of many successful people – athletes, musicians, movies stars or businessmen- ... Read More »

PhD: A very Versatile Degree.

If your aim of doing PhD is to secure a tenured professorship, you may be disappointed because there are more PhDs than there are slots of that kind especially in global north… However, PhD remains a versatile degree. Apart from it showing that you know more than practically anybody else about one narrow topic, “it also demonstrates that you have ... Read More »

Don’t complain or compare; celebrate…

Complaining is deadly and comparison is foolishness. Were it not for God’s grace and mercy, many of us would have died long time ago because of our murmuring and grumbling. Complaining makes us to focus on the minor and to forget the major.  Apart from it stealing the joy of the Lord in us which is our strength, it also ... Read More »