I’m Maranatha.

A disciple of Jesus and a full-time proponent of the Great Commission. 

Now I know we just met, but here are three things I know for sure about you:

  1. You were made by God in His image, and you look like God.
  2. He made you for a reason, which you may or may not know.
  3. Your time on earth is short, and the only way to make the most of it is to do what you have been sent to do.

In summary, you NEED to maximise your time here on earth because you are not here for long, and the only way to do this is to fully embrace your new life in Christ. How?

Through different products and resources, which I curate, targeted at different phases of the Christian journey, you will become a true ambassador of heaven. I once was a new believer, and to be honest, I think I still am. But I do know many things that I want to share with you to help you look more like God–because what child does not want to look like their Father?

Prepare for heaven, from earth.

I always imagine meeting God in heaven and having regrets of doing ‘more’ for God while I was on earth. ‘God forbid’, you say, abi? Yet our actions don’t often translate to our desires. But here, here is a space where you can change all that.

Unlike what many people think, you do not have to freestyle your journey with Christ. It certainly does not have to be a ‘que sera sera’ situation. It’s more of a ‘work out your salvation with fear and trembling’ kind of thing (Philippians 2:12).

You can take charge of your Christian walk and maximise your time on earth. I am here to be to you, that guide I wish I had when I first knew Jesus, my Lord and true first love. You do not have to be confused; you do not have to be lost when you have already been found. Yes, the Christian journey is filled with ups and downs, but every journey is better with a guide. Let me be yours.

If you’re in a place where you know you cannot be for long, your priority is, ‘How can I do what I came here for so when it’s time to leave, I have nothing left undone?’ 

Wait, you don’t even know me; how do you know I can help?

Off the top of my head, I’d say, pray and ask the Holy Spirit, and He will tell you that He sent me. Regardless, I may be legit, but I may not be the one He is leading you to. 

If I were to defend myself, however, I would say that God has entrusted many of His children into my hands in the capacity He has enabled me and through His Spirit, I have been able to serve and pour out myself in every way I can. I have always been that friend whose peers would ask about something that’s above what we all should know and not because they think I might know it but because they knew I would always take it upon myself to find the answers. 

It is 2023 as I write this, and it has been two years and some since I met Jesus. It may not be a lot of years, but I know that growth in the kingdom of heaven is not measured in years but in desire. I have a burning desire to see every Christian not only get saved but maximise their time on earth and really be who our Jesus has called them to be.

It is why I have written books whose reviews speak for them; it is why I steward a small community where I personally know each member and help them in their walk–rejoicing when they rejoice and weeping when they weep. It is why I dedicate time to curating free resources that will continuously stir your Christian growth so you can work in the Lord’s vineyard at full capacity.

My strength has always been in personability–I don’t do crowds, but if I can guide you to stand in faith, I give myself a pat on the back. If I can be there when you look for someone when you need guidance, if the Holy Spirit brings me to your mind through the resources I have curated, content I have shared, my intercessions for you or in any other way, I’d be honoured to serve. 

“Then he said to his disciples, “The harvest is abundant, but the workers are few. Therefore, pray to the Lord of the harvest to send out workers into his harvest.””

‭‭Matthew‬ ‭9:37-38‬ ‭CSB‬‬

Some random things you might want to know about me (or not):

  1. I do love to dress up, sometimes.
  2. Maranatha means ‘the Lord is coming’.
  3. I’m a full homebody. I go out then I just want to go home.
  4. I love books! I once ran a book club that I hope to restart soon. In the meantime, I run a mailing list where I talk about everything books. Book lover? You’re welcome to join!
  5. I asked my little brother to tell me something interesting about me, and he said, ‘You no dey give up’. Now that’s something 😂

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I’m available for:

  1. Speaking engagements. 
  2. Creative collaborations. 
  3. Anything that spreads the Gospel.