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Love Initiative Empowerment Programme (LIEP)


Love Initiative Empowerment Programme (LIEP) is a value creation and mentorship project for young adults.

As an organization, Love Initiative has recognized that skill acquisition is very crucial to win the war against the demons of hunger and poverty that have ravaged our dear country and reduced many youths to vulnerable pawns in the hands of devious ‘leaders.’

Identifying skills in areas like Photography, 3D Animation and Film making as potential goldmines, what LIEP seeks to do is mentor, train and equip these young adults in different areas. Love Initiative is partnering with some subject matter experts to disseminate these skills to willing participants for a highly subsided token.

The programme is free but registration cost is 1000 naira only



DATE: November 25th, 2017


Registration FEE: 1000naira only

TIME: 9am prompt






An intensive masterclass training on:


-Film Making/Directing

-3D Animation


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Twitter: @_loveinitiative

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PS: Further details to be sent to registered participants

Kingdom Voice


We live in a time when there are many voices contending with the voice of God. However God has not stopped speaking. It is the same thing that Jesus said more than 2000 years ago that he is still saying even if many today might be dull of hearing.

Do you want to have a divine encounter with the voice of God in order for you to align your ways to God’s divine order? Then you need to tune in to this program.

Join Rev. Jonah Awodeyi every Thursday for an awesome encounter with God’s word on WiGRadio from 4:30 pm to 5:00 pm (West African Time).

You can listen to WiGRadio from any part of planet earth via or download the wigradio mobile app via

Kingdom Voice (Episode 1)

Kingdom Voice (Episode 2)

Kingdom Voice (Episode 3)

Kingdom Voice (Episode 4)

Kingdom Voice (Episode 5)

Kingdom Voice Episode 6 (Human Idols)

Kingdom Voice 7 (Jesus’ Lifestyle)

Kingdom Voice Episode 8 (Jesus Lifestyle)

Kingdom Voice Episode 9 (Self Enemy)

Kingdom Voice Episode 10 (Sanctification)

4 Simple Ways to Manage Stress

Shouldn't have painted the town red last night

By Edwina Danjuma

Stress management is all about taking charge of your lifestyle, thoughts, emotions, and the way you deal with problems

You see the hours of a day can never exceed 24, you don’t live in an island so you will always come across people that will hurt you, the bills will never stop coming. In other words you can’t run away from all this realities of life so you must deal with them or manage them

In other to manage or deal with stress, we must first of all identify the sources of stress in our lives. Is it from our work, the companies we keep or from the bad habits we hold on to? Like the saying goes, “you can’t solve a problem until you know you have one.”

After you have identified the sources, in other to manage or deal with stress we can practice what I term “the 4 A’s of stress management.

These 4 A’s are: avoid, alter, adapt and accept

It is not healthy to avoid a stressful situation that needs to be addressed, but you may be surprised by the number of stressors in your life that you can eliminate.

  1. AVOID

Learn how to say no; know your limits and stick to them whether in your personal or professional life.

Taking on more than you can handle is a sure-fire recipe for stress. Distinguish between the ‘should’ and the ‘must’ and when possible, say no to taking too much.

Avoid people who stress you out! Take control of your environment; if the evening news makes you anxious turn off the television.

Pare down your to-do list.

  1. ALTER

If you can’t avoid a stressful situation, try to alter it. Often, this involves changing the way you communicate and operate in your daily life.

Express your feelings instead of bottling them up.

If you don’t voice your feelings, resentment will build and the stress will increase.

Be willing to compromise; if you want things to change or people to change, you must be willing to change yourself.

Create a balanced schedule; find a balance between work, social life and solitary pursuits.

  1. Adapt

But just in case you can’t change the stressor, you can adapt to stressful situations and regain your sense of control by changing your expectations and attitude.

Reframe problems! Be more positive about negative situations; it’s all about your outlook or perspective! You can choose to believe that no matter how negative it seems, you trust God that it is working for your good and pray because the Bible says all things works together for your good, dear child of God.

Look at the big picture; is it really worth getting upset? Will it matter in a month, a week or a year? If the answer is a big No, then focus your energy elsewhere.

Adjust your standards; learn to be okay with good enough. Perfectionism is a major source of avoidable stress. Practice gratitude; when you feel stressed out, take a moment to reflect on all the things you appreciate in your life.

  1. Accept

Accept the things you can’t change, some sources of stress are unavoidable like the death of a loved one. Don’t try to control the uncontrollabl; look for the upside. When facing a major challenge try to look at it as an opportunity for personal growth.

Learn to forgive; let go of anger and resentments, free yourself from negative energy by forgiving and moving on.

Share your feelings, that’s why God created you with people around you like friends, family and loved ones. Talk to someone. It really helps!

And finally, find your own destressor, it could be books, movies or good music…anything that works for you. And enjoy a stress free life. For me, sleeping does it but I find it hard when I have many things running through my mind as a perfectionist.

What is a better way to quickly get a desired sleep???

Accept the fact that you are human and not a machine (even a machine breaks down sometimes), so you have to develop the habit of resting or taking a break.

What of people who are natural workaholics? They need to slow down if need be, if not, they can break down. You sure don’t want to break down due to stress.


This post is a selection from the Wisdom Gate Family Bible Study Series ©2017. If this has blessed you, kindly drop us a comment or send us a mail at You can also listen live to WiG Radio on or download the app at




Reinhard Bonnke Farewell Crusade


Join the Reinhard Bonnke Farewell Crusade live on WiGRadio and WiGTV

WiGRadio is the leading online gospel radio station with vision to reach the world with good news. You can contact WiGRadio via +2348039701132 or

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Click here to download Evang Reinhard Reinhard Bonnke Message (Day 1)

Click here to download Evang Daniel Kolenda Message (Day 2)

Click here to download Evang Peter Vandenberg Message (Day 2)


WiGos Music Promotion for Gospel Artistes


It is good to be talented and anointed but it is equally good to have a platform where people can get exposed to the wonderful things God has deposited in you. A lot of gospel artistes have wonderful songs that should bless the body of Christ across the nations of the world but such spirit inspired songs do not go beyond their little sphere of influence. This must stop! That is why I want to introduce to you the WiGos Music Promotion

For as low as Two thousand naira (N2000, $6), you can get your song exposed to millions of online listeners across over 125 countries and also get it featured on social media. That is not all, it would also get featured on one of the leading online gospel radio station where you would also have the opportunity of getting interviewed.

I know it look too good to be true but you better believe it. It is the WiGos Music Promotion and offer is only valid 50 days from 10th November till 30th December 2017.

For more information please contact DePraize via +2347064394351 or +2349053560791 or send mail to

You can make your payment by clicking here

Note: After payment, kindly send your music and bio to

“How ‘Agbana’ Got Me,” WiG Radio CEO Speaks

Olawale Perfect: Fought “agbana” with book keeping.

What is book keeping? In simple terms, it is all about keeping financial records of your income and expenditures. In the tribe where I come from in Nigeria, Yoruba to be precise, there is a demon called Agbana (loosely translated as “collect and spend”), which is believed to always cause financial wreck and doom for its victims the moment they come under its curse. For instance, if a person who earns ₦100, 000 is under the influence of Agbana, it is believed that he may not be able to properly account for how the entire money was spent; he would just find that the money or part of it got missing, disappeared or was carelessly spent.

When I was an undergraduate, Agbana got me! You know when they say “won ti get e” (meaning “they have gotten you”). My parents would send me some money and in no time I would have exhausted it without accurate account of how it all went. Trust me, it’s a painful experience. So I started praying against Agbana. There are some business owners and salary earners reading this who might be praying that kind of prayer too. Today is your day of deliverance!

The day God would answer my prayers, he told me to start keeping financial records. Yes, financial records! Just that! So I started to write down everything I spent money on. I didn’t have a girlfriend at the time so I wasn’t spending the money on anyone. When I started keeping records, guess what? I discovered the demon. The demon was exposed the “MFM way.” The demon was actually recharge card.  I realized that recharge card was the demon eating my money.

So funny but until you keep records, you might not discover your own financial demon. I was wondering how to overcome that demon and make sure it finally “falls down and dies.” So I developed a system of buying only ₦100 recharge card weekly and sending only SMSs. That was where I developed my message sending skill. I later carried that habit of record keeping into WiG Radio and it has been so helpful.

Keeping financial statements helps us to make projections and to know things to cut.

For instance, there was a time I realized that Internet was taking so much money so I was wondering how we could cut cost. I had to sit down and compare all the Internet service providers and choose the best that suits us. Also, I realized that fuel took a lot of our money so I had to think of how to plan on strategic times for us to broadcast.

If we were not keeping financial records, there would be no way to plan for the future

Many of us get money and we just spend without keeping records of it.  As individuals and as business organization, it is important that we keep records.

I will share more insights on how you can keep financial records next week. Just watch out for this space. For now, tidy up your records and “chase out” the Agbana in your personal finance or business.


This post is a selection from the Wisdom Gate Family Bible Study Series ©2017. If this has blessed you, kindly drop us a comment or send us a mail at You can also listen live to WiGRadio on or download the app at

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