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Where Have I Been?

My Dearest Sisters,

Its sure been a long time and i am so glad to be back. I have missed connecting with you all and i apologise for the brief hiatus.

First, I thank God for this network of the women of the God kind and the success of the just concluded convention. It's been 3 amazing years of God's evident wonders in our midst and truly, He is so mindful of us.

Now to where I have been, It's good news!

On the 13th of September, my family and I welcomed our latest addition - Baby Akorede Nathan and since then I have been trying to get a balance of everything....handling one toddler, nursing a baby, sleep routine, and all that stuff. But what is there not to thank God for? I praise God from whom all blessings flow.

For supernatural childbirth, I am thankful. This is my second birth experience and both were supernatural. I remember when I read the book 'supernatural childbirth' by Jackie Mize for the first time, I couldn't really relate (more like believe) to her when she said going by her birth experience, she wouldn't mind giving birth every year though she had to stop at 4. Now I see what she was talking about. My sisters, experiences are sweet when they are supernatural.

Oh and the victories God gave us during the pregnancy, undeniable!🙏💃 I remember one raining Friday in March, as I drove myself to work few minutes after dropping my toddler off at school, i was involved in an accident. The pregnancy was in the early stages, I panicked and immediately went for a check up and I was told baby and I were doing fine. We were unhurt, unscratched and preserved.

Fast forward to about 5 days after Nathan was born, my Dad was involved in a ghastly accident but Glory to God, he came out unhurt.
These are just to mention a few of His goodness towards me.

The year is coming to an end, I know. It hasn't been has you thought, I know but remember these:
1.Our ways are not his ways.
2. All things work together for the good of those that love God.
3. You might not be where you want but best believe, God has us exactly where He needs us to be for our own good and for His divine purpose.
4. Your unanswered prayers seem so either because the timing isn't right yet or that something bigger is in the pipeline. Just hang in there.
5. In whatever you're facing, find a reason to thank Him. In all things, we are admonished to give thanks.

Have a Blessed week ahead Sis

Love you and remain ever blessed 💕

Your Sis 


  1. Congrats Sis, it's so good to have you back. Our love to baby Nathan


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