Audit your Christianity: A practical perspective on how we can redefine and live a truly emulating Christian life.

We have been instructed, “Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven.” Unfortunately, it is so sad to see the complacency that has deprived the modern day Christian of what it truly means to be called “Christian.” But that is exactly the secret intent of the devil that is on a mission to ensure that you are gradually conforming to this world instead of being transformed. Do not become a prey to the plans of the devil. Equip yourself today and find out how to live a victorious life that does not conform to the pattern of nominal Christianity. It is time to AUDIT YOUR CHRISTIANITY!

Meet Samuel Aiyedun

Samuel Aiyedun is a passionate lover of God and a teacher of the word. He takes special delight in researching and revealing the unadulterated word of God. In addition to writing, Samuel also preaches the undiluted word of God at church events and conferences. He can be reached via email at [email protected]

Leadership In The River: Obeying God In Our Leadership

In God we trust? It is a pertinent question answered by this book, for trust comes from believing something, and belief is another word for faith. The Bible says that faith comes by hearing and hearing by the word of God, so the purpose of this book is twofold:

1. To equip ministers to better understand the often brutal law of the jungle that the business world has become and to see Jesus as King of the Jungle, a mighty warrior who fights for our families, our businesses, and our churches.

2. To further equip successful business owners in their growth in mature Christian leadership.

If you are a Christian leader in either ministry or business- the eternal revolutionary truths revealed in this book make it a manual for success you cannot afford to pass by.

Think, Ask, Go (Repeat): Straight Talk for Success in Missions

In Think, Ask, Go (Repeat) – Straight Talk for Success in Missions, Naone shares hard-learned lessons about what is necessary to wrestle with and understand before you venture into the field of missions work. Through her often humorous experiences come the nitty-gritty realities that can be easily overlooked. Naone teaches us to not only think outside the box but to have the courage to remove the box altogether.

This book will challenge your thinking on missions and what it could be in the future. It offers thought provoking guidelines that are foundational to both personal and missions’ success. Think, Ask, Go (Repeat) challenges readers to dig deep, listen, and learn from every situation and mistake. It also shows:

• Why a clear vision is vital to success and how to develop it

• Awareness on how your mind can sabotage you by wanting to keep the status quo

• What listening really means

• The importance of good questions

• What real partnership looks like

• The importance of thinking about sustainability and legacy

It is in the synergy of each of these areas where those with a heart for missions—whether they are local or overseas—will experience an increase in their personal growth and leadership skills.

The Big White Church Down the Street

Minister Calvin Allen is compassionate about people of God that are abused in any capacity. His purpose and calling is to serve God in informing and helping people make wise choices in choosing a church that lives by the Bible in words, and in deeds. Like Jesus, his focus is on the sinner, who, through bad choices and issues of life, has lost their way.
Minister Calvin is an author, minister, addiction counselor, and an award winning gospel music artist, whom God delivered from two devastating deaths. He holds two associates degrees in theology and human services, and currently pursuing his Bachelors in Organizational Behavior. He hosts an Overcomers Outreach Group weekly, while walking the streets in his community seeking those that are depraved and destitute. He volunteers on the Pastoral Team at the local hospital.

Minister Calvin is a voice of Hope for the lost—the sinner, who, seeks refuge in a societal structure that seems to be falling apart.


Meet Brother Calvin Allen

Minister Calvin Allen is compassionate about people of God that are abused in any capacity. His purpose and calling are to serve God in informing and helping people make wise choices in choosing a church that lives by the Bible in words, and in deeds. Like Jesus, his focus is on the sinner, who, through bad choices and issues of life, has lost their way.
Minister Calvin is an author, minister, addiction counselor, and an award-winning gospel music artist, whom God delivered from two devastating deaths. He holds two associate’s degrees in theology and human services, and currently pursuing his Bachelors’s in Social Work. He hosts an Overcomers Outreach Group weekly while walking the streets in his community seeking those that are deprived and destitute. He volunteers on the Pastoral Team at the local hospital.
Minister Calvin is a voice of Hope for the lost–the sinner, who seeks refuge in a societal structure that seems to be falling apart.