Join City Chapel Pastors Abbiih and Jonathan Oloyede as they bring you daily devotionals that will transform and elevate your spiritual journey.
Jonathan Oloyede looks to God for our inspiration in becoming good leaders and good followers.
Abbiih Oloyede identifies the thoughts that we should be conscious of that can impact our behaviour.
If we want to be a great leader we have to look to Jesus. Jonathan looks at how our desire towards serving affects our leadership.
Abbiih reminds us that is normal to have negative intrusive thoughts but thankfully the Word of God can reframe our mind.
Jonathan urges us not to be distracted by idols that take our focus away from God.
Abbiih helps us to recognise thought intrusions that are no good for us.
When perils and pain come our way, God is with us. Jonathan talks about the sensitive subject of suffering.
Abbiih gives us some helpful suggestions of how we can deal with sinful thought instrusions.
Jonathan encourages us to put our trust in God rather than in things or people.
God offers us peace that passes all understanding! Abbiih reminds us that peace is available to us as a gift from God.
Jonathan reminds us that our job is not to save the world, but to serve the Lord.
Abbiih looks at the different types of stress that we can encounter in our lives, and how we can manage it.
Jonathan reflects on the power of character so that we can reflect Christ and His Kingdom well.
Abbiih focuses on our ability to concentrate on reflection and contemplation.
Jonathan speaks on the importance of us being connected to the heart and mind of God.
Abbiih thinks about the critical role emotions have on how we live our lives.
Jonathan defines what it is that makes someone a strong leader.
Do Christians need therapy? Abbiih Oloyede encourages us not to be in denial and to ask for help if we need it.
Heaven's idea of leadership is quite different to the World's. Jonathan looks at the leadership style of Jesus.
Our heart is the engine room of our thought patterns. Abbiih speaks on the hardness of our hearts.
Jonathan teaches on the incentive that should be the focus for everyone of us involved in leadership and in ministry.
Harbouring a grudge is never good for us. Abbiih reminds us that forgiveness should be part of our day-to-day life.
We should not be complacent in our faith. Jonathan speaks on the 5 crowns mentioned in the New Testament.
Our emotions are important to God. Abbiih urges us to practice forgiveness by acknowledging the way we feel.