My full name is Oluwatosin Oreoluwa Ojumu.
I am a born again Christian writer, blogger and webdesigner. I write under a few different pen names, some of which are variations of my own name.
Under "Tosin Ojumu", (the shortened version of my first name) I write mostly Christian material. I am producing an open translation of the Bible (New Testament) called "The Open Bible". I also write articles about my opinions on various Church and Christian matters, and I maintain a blog about my expectations and hopes for Christian marriage called "Finding Mr Huggie-Wuggie". This is also the pen-name I use for other non-fiction, including opinion articles about issues unrelated to my faith.
It is like this - as prayerful, Bible-oriented Christians, who are crying out for God, if God is truly at work in our midst, then we should not have to advertise our churches or our ministries. This is because the powerful impact that we have on those around us should be the only advert we ever need. It is also the proof that God is truly at work among us.
What is prayer? While "prayer" means different things to different people, to me prayer is simply talking to God in my normal voice about real things that I am doing, thinking or going through. It is about pushing myself to honesty before God...
Everyone is covered by the maxim that "no-one is perfect". Within the understanding that "no-one is perfect", how do you sort out potentially excellent spouses from spouses who would be a lot less appropriate for you?
In this ebook I suggest a few ideas.
Many Christians preach that God has a specific person planned for you to marry. I personally find this difficult to accept. Are there other ways of thinking of God's will in marriage, beyond the idea of one specific person?
How a Christian marriage can be regarded as a human body. This ebook gives some tips about how to think of your marriage as a living organism, and identify the source of problems which might grow to affect the whole body.
I used to think that communication would be comparatively easy within marriage, that the period before marriage might be filled with communication awkwardness, but marriage would be a golden state where all the difficulties would have been ironed out....
Could it be possible that many husbands effectively hinder the progress of their wives, purely because of ego - even Christian husbands? Could this be the biggest, possibly hidden reason why many women under-achieve in life?
Many gross distortions of Scripture abound in the Church/Christian setting. Different kinds of church settings will tend to have their own "twists" on Gospel truth. Here I am going to deal with a few of them that I find particularly irritating.