The art of planning: A discussion with teenagers

Yesterday, I volunteered to discuss the art of planning with young people in my church at The Pathfinder Church Manchester, UK. I adopted a discussion approach so that the teenagers would create the knowledge by exploring the topic while I guide, facilitate and moderate. We started by defining a plan. They kept piecing up the … Continue reading The art of planning: A discussion with teenagers

The Notion of Time and the Fluidity of the Mind.

by Destiny Chukwuma Ogbonnaya In this contribution, I will attempt to explore how many people may have constructed or construed the concept of time that may be a limiting factor in many areas of their life. In particular, I will focus on the attributes of time including relativity, consumability, inelasticity, measurability, equitability, tradability, eternity, intelligibility … Continue reading The Notion of Time and the Fluidity of the Mind.

YOUR ADVOCACY STRATEGY ON THE NIGERIAN CHURCH AND PASTORS IS WRONG DR SUNDAY ADELAJA

Dear Dr Sunday Adelaja, I have followed your YouTube videos on the Nigerian pastors¬† and the church with serious concerns. I understand that you intend to defend Nigerians from so-called exploitations but there are things you are inadvertently doing wrong. I do not know what your annoyance¬†is but I wonder if you have received the … Continue reading YOUR ADVOCACY STRATEGY ON THE NIGERIAN CHURCH AND PASTORS IS WRONG DR SUNDAY ADELAJA

CORRUPTION AS A CULTURAL ARRANGEMENT

Corruption is an "arrangement" in which the people that have control over prudential nuzzles refuse to close the nozzles through which the resources are wasting because the waste is pouring into their containers. This arrangement requires consistently looking at the wrong places for tools to repair the damage whilst the wastes continue. Also, people that … Continue reading CORRUPTION AS A CULTURAL ARRANGEMENT

HOW TO RECONSTRUCT A REJECTED RESEARCH PAPER (part 2): why papers get rejected.

The title suggests that it is "papers that get rejected and not the researcher". This highlight is crucial and should be the second mindset needed to reconstruct a rejected paper. By the way the first mindset which suggests that rejection is part of the review process can be found in part 1 ( see http://www.destinychukwuma.comContinue reading HOW TO RECONSTRUCT A REJECTED RESEARCH PAPER (part 2): why papers get rejected.