Holy Week Reflections

REFLECTIONS FOR THE HOLY WEEK      by Rev. Fr. Nonso Onyemeh, OVM MONDAY Is 42, 1-7 Jn 12, 1-11 The reading from the prophet Isaiah speaks to us about the anointed servant of God chosen, called and sent to bring justice to the face of the earth and to be light to the nations, sight … [Read more…]

Learning from Others

Proverbs 14:35 Every five years, knowledge in most major fields doubles. That means if you do not stay sharp you will be left behind. Repeating the same lessons over and over means you are not learning enough. Study those who have succeeded where you want to succeed, in order to know what to do and … [Read more…]

Quit defining God

Exodus 3:13-15 In the text Exodus 3:14, there is great revelations of the person and the name of God. Man’s greatest trouble and indeed crime is trying to ‘define God’. In defining God we attempt to create boundaries for God; limit Him in time and space; and associate the known with the unknown. We attempt … [Read more…]

Transformed Lives!

As Dr. Harry A. Ironside preached one day, he noticed a man in the crowd writing on a card, which he presently handed to the speaker. The man was Arthur Lewis, an agnostic lecturer, and he proposed a challenge to the speaker to debate the subject, “Agnosticism versus Christianity,” and offered to pay all expenses … [Read more…]


Resurrection 1 Peter 1:3-4 Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ! In his great mercy he has given us new birth into a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead, and into an inheritance that can never perish, spoil or fade – kept in heaven for … [Read more…]