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Hello, Friend! I am resident in a world that refuses to take any responsibility. “The devil made me do it. My spouse made me do it. It’s my boss’s fault.” On and on it goes. Do you want to know one of the hardest three-word statements to make? "I am wrong." It's so easy to


Last week, I began to discuss with you the journey to transformation. I explained that this process is not easy. It is a painful process; one that will leave you feeling foolish, lost, a laughing stock of others, and living in a confusing dark space for a while, allowing yourself to be spit up on

Growth Pains

Hello Friend! Let us continue from where we left off last week. For those who missed the last two messages, you can find them here. Last week, I shared that the most important place for transformation to begin is spiritual growth. I shared with you that deep, lasting spiritual change is a process that rarely happens


Hello, Friend! It’s been a while since I shared a post with you. Truthfully, it’s been a season of transition and transformation. Its been an interesting, painful, joyous, and life-changing experience and I would like to share with you the journey to total transformation. Going forward, many of my blog posts will focus on transformation, especially, the transformation of the

Njeri Muchunu Resources – Self Awareness

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End of Myself!

Yesterday I spoke about being at one’s “Wits’ End”. I defined this as being at a place where one’s wisdom and knowledge in finding answers and solutions to life’s problems seem to have come to an end. We saw how helpless we are in ourselves and that in and of ourselves, our wisdom can come to

At my “Wits’ End”!

I received a phone call recently from a dear friend. Panicked, she began to tell me that she felt as if she were at her Wits' End. She was out of options, out of ideas, out of patience. She did not know what to say or what to do. I instantly related to her words. How


I am deeply saddened by today’s global culture, which is a culture of fatherlessness. This culture teaches or has taught people to think like they are orphans and therefore renders an orphan defenseless in their own minds. The traditional family structure has changed in ways that deprive children of a minimal relationship with their father,


Let us begin with an activity. Take a piece of paper and make a list of all the things that you find yourself doing that don’t really make a significant difference: going shopping, doing your hair, changing the oil in your car, watching the news and the list goes on. Are you done? Good. Let’s


Hello friend, Let me ask you, have you been in a situation where people talk negatively about you or slander you for no good reason? Even of greater concern to you is that a lot of these people don’t even know you, have never met you, or know nothing about you? How does it feel