NSEABASI KING ‘AFTER 40 BIRTHDAY’ LUNCHEON

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The Olive Branch Chapel alongside friends and family of Mr. Nseabasi S. J. King is planning an ‘After 40 Birthday’ Luncheon to celebrate the life of the inspirational writer and speaker.

 

The luncheon according to a release by the Central Planning Committee is to be similar to a Thanksgiving Service and is in honour of a life that can best be described as enigmatic and a miracle.

 

During his last birthday celebration, Mr. King had described his last 40 forty years sojourn on earth as, “…forty years and forty nights,” emphasizing that it is God’s faithfulness that has been his strength all through the years.

 

Details of the ‘After 40 Birthday’ luncheon, which is billed for the month of November, will be made public subsequently.

 

Meanwhile, here is a spotlight on the man Nseabasi S. J. King, by our reporter:

 

NAME

Nseabasi S. J. King

 

OCCUPATION

Clergy

 

LEARNING

Theology

Creative Writing

Public Law

 

EXPERIENCE

Newspaper Columnist

Vintage Express Newspapers

 

Head of Ad Hoc Media

Office of the Deputy Governor

 

Executive Director

The Minutes Nigeria

 

Managing Editor

RCCG NGL Bulletin

 

Chaplain

The Olive Branch Chapel

 

FAMOUS QUOTE

Effective leadership is beyond pedigree. It is an inspiration. This is why the all knowing God looked upon the heart of the shepherd boy David and not the elegance of Eliab.

 

Life and the issues of life are too dynamic to be tied to the stakes of any school of thought, be it in religion, humanities and the sciences. Everything in life keeps evolving and brings with it new challenges.

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Today the lines are shifting even as old boundaries are giving way on the horizon. Everyone is having a rethink about the issues of life now and even medical science is reviewing itself. From geocentrism to heliocentrism, life is never about what it seems but what it is.

 

This is why we need to be a little bit more circumspect and perceptive of prevailing realities unfolding before our very eyes. We should not be afraid to think for ourselves, rather than keep answering stereotype questions, we should start questioning stereotype answers.

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