Kika Ashanike encourages you to not be the person who just wants to see results and manifestations but to enjoy God in the moments that seem slow.
Kika describes how we can recognise the different seasons of life when we are just planting, growing and supporting others, or when we are watering the seeds we have planted.
Kika ponders the how God speaks through mysteries.
Kika reflects on how God answers our prayer requests in his timing and not ours.
Kika shares on the importance of sometimes saying no to requests and what it means for when we say yes to things.
Kika looks at how God is meticulous, thorough, and not in a rush to bring something to pass
Kika reflects on how God is nearest to hear when she feels the most brokeness and pain.
Kika challenges us about our attitude towards God as we wait on His promises.
Kika encourages us to be honest in our prayers.
Kika talks on why we need to go through the crushing to get God's anointing.
Kika reflects on how our views on fatherhood is not what we experience with God and His permanent love.
Kika looks at how God moves when we are waiting on a promise.
Kika asks how we can love God when we don't love our brothes and sisters, and shares how he uses people to make us look more like Him.
Kika looks at the story Joseph and encourages us that we are on right path with God.
Kika looks at how we can surrender our prayers to God rather than giving up after a long waiting period.
Kika shares her desire for us to want to know God more and be known by Him.
Kika reminds us not to lean on our own strength, but to rely on God's grace.
Kika asks what do we do in a season of transition, when we leave the wilderness and expect God for a harvest.
Kika wants us to ask "What is God's plan?" instead of us asking "what is the plan?"
Kika ponders on the dangers of jealousy and envy when we compare ourselves with others on social media.
Kika challenges us to allow God to be Lord of the little things in our lives.
Kika looks at the parable of the prodigal sons, and how we can know the character of God.
Kika reflects on the stories of Joseph and Job and how we go through trials not for reward but so that we can be stretched and increase our capacity.
Kika dares us to bare our weaknesses so that God can give us His strength.
Kika looks at the story of the women at the well and how God exposes what we want to keep hidden so as to bring healing rather than shame.