The Conversation NO TEEN should miss

The conversation is on, 5PM DAILY @mineministry on Instagram Please tell all teenagers you know to follow. They will thank you later.Discussions in relatable forms. There are things they are going through they wont tell you! Allow them get answers from a safe platform like @mineministryTogether, we will be there for our teens! PLEASE SHARE! …

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Effiong!

Effiong got home rather late. He tried the door and it swung open. He guessed his mother was back from the market. She always went shopping on Thursdays, in preparation for the weekend. He heard sounds in the kitchen and was sure it was her.                 He couldn’t afford to have her see him. His …

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Chioma!

                Chioma is restless. She has just returned from school and can hardly breathe because the house is stuffy. She peels off her uniform top, leaving the loose spaghetti top she had worn underneath. She reaches into her wardrobe to get a skirt and her eyes lock on a skirt she hasn’t worn in ages. …

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Susan’s Dairy (1)

Sept 25th 1996 -Today was my first day in Immaculate High School. The students seem nice. The teachers are okay. Seems like I would have fun here. -Mum just apologized to me the 5th time in two days for changing my school because of her financial constraint. -I love mum. She has raised me alone …

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Heart Matters (2)

They eventually met after dinner and both Tim and Bucy seemed fascinated by each other. They had very little time to talk before the evening session began but agreed to meet later at the prayer meeting. An hour of prayer had been set apart at about midnight by the camp planners. It wasn’t compulsory to …

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Heart Matters (1)

“Mum, I want to go for the summer Christian teenagers’ camp again this year.” Tim said. “When is it coming up?” “This month.” Mrs. Thomas raised her eye brow. “Mum, I know it’s rather impromptu. Please pardon me. You know I’ve been going for six years now; I won’t want to miss this, now that …

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