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All posts by: Oge Austin-Chukwu

Unashamed Hope

Driving home a few days ago, I was greeted by the most wonderful burst of colour at a roundabout not far from our current home.  Daffodils are one of my favourite flowers, not just because of their vibrant colour. For someone who […]

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Mum’s the word

My very first ‘proper job’ was working as a nursery assistant in a nursery school that my mother owned. It was my earliest experience of looking after children that were not related to me and very early on I adopted […]

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Shutting the mouth of lions

Towards the end of last year I started thinking about the word ‘breakthrough’. This was prompted in part by the fact that I needed breakthrough in some areas of my personal and work life! So it comes as no surprise […]

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What will you put down?

I have a habit of juggling lots of balls. All at the same time. It’s the way I am wired.   I get very excited about picking up new hobbies, projects and even people.   I have just completed my latest book […]

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More than just an invitation

There was a period in my life when I wasn’t overly enamoured with Christmas. In fact if I am being completely honest, it was a time of the year that often left me stressed, overwhelmed and nowhere near as joyful […]

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Confessions of a Giant Slayer

I remember reading the story Jack and the Beanstalk many, many years ago. I found it a bit scary at first. My very imaginative mind had no trouble picturing the scene where Jack first realises he is in danger of […]

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What walls?

Can I be really honest with you? I don’t always feel like writing a blog. There are times when I feel I don’t have any encouragement to offer; times when I feel I need the encouragement myself. There are times […]

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The time to celebrate

There are a few verses in the Bible that I struggle with. My struggle occurs when I either try to understand or embrace these verses with my natural way of thinking. (I guess this is one of the reasons the […]

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The one thing not to give in to

There is a pattern that I find when I read stories of biblical heroes who have accomplished great feats.  Elijah was an outstanding prophet whose exploits inspires and challenges us.  I like to think if God could do those things […]

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It’s time to raise the dead!

About two weeks ago I sensed Holy Spirit nudge me with these words, ‘it’s resurrection time!’  Now I know this might sound like a cliché, after all it is the season of Lent and Easter is round the corner.  Still […]

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