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A Way Through Failure
 

Failure itself can be an instrument to convert impossibilities into possibilities. That is, provided you don’t look on failure as final.
 
Failure is almost the worst experience imaginable. All kinds of feelings rush in on you. Your friends often add to the avalanche of pain:

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TEACHING THE CHILD TO BE A SOUL WINNER

Seminar paper presented by simeon s kolo of Doko Diocese at theAnglican children ministry, National Bible study Teachers conference

INTRODUCTION

Paul always instructed and encouraged believers in Christ to tell others about Him, and of course, they saw in Paul an living example and a model to follow, therefore children need to learn how to win souls form the life and teaching of their teachers. 

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 TELEVISON MY ALTERNATIVE   TO SERVING GOD

By Ven. David G. Tsado Diocesan children chaplain

The Television set is my shepherd, my spiritual growth shall want it.  It maketh me to sit down and do nothing for His name’s sake, because it requireth all my spare time.

It keepeth me from doing my duty as a Christian, because  it preserveth so many good shows that I must see.

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THE EVIL OF SOCIAL MEDIA/NETWORKING AND THE WAY OUT

(Being the text of a paper presented by Onuoha E. C.  at Doko Diocesan Youth at Christmas 2013 held at Cathedral Church of St. Peter Doko on 28th December, 2013)

SOCIAL NETWORKING AND MEDIA

The term social means interaction between organisms especially living organisms whether they are conscious or unconscious and whether it is voluntary of involuntary. It is expected of all living organisms to depend on one another and interact. In so doing they cohabit and lend support to one another in times of need and plenty. It is almost impossible for an organism to survive without it being social to an extent.

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THE CHILD SAMUEL GREW ON.

“And the child Samuel ministered unto the Lord before Eli. And the word of the Lord was precious in those days; there was no open vision. And it came to pass at that time, when Eli was laid down in his place, and his eyes began to wax dim, that he could not see; And ere the lamp of God went out in the temple of the Lord where the ark of God was, and Samuel was laid down to sleep.” 1 Sam.3:1-3.

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