It’s the triumphant return of the Bobby A after a couple weeks of silence, but that line is about as much fan fare as he’s going to get because there are some significantly more important things to discuss in this week’s episode.
After a group sorry not sorry discussing whether we need to transition from a Christian podcast, to a podcast by Christians, or if that is even a thing. We move on to talk about the despicable actions of the Nigerian government and police that have been going on recently.
Suffice it to say we are praying for and Nigeria and implore everyone to please research what’s happening, make as much noise about it as possible to bring awareness to what’s going on and visit some of the links below to see how you can help out.
To quote a great Martin Luther King Jr “An injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere!”
Please visit the following links to see how you can help
Petition the UK Parliament to implement sanctions against the Nigerian Government https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/554150
How you can help from the UK (by the Independent)
We also have a few hookups as usual
Robert suggested checking out a book by Robert Lacey called Battle of Brothers about the royal princes William and Harry check it out here https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B08BFFGKBD/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1
Peter suggested checking out a YouTube channel called re-anime which makes live action versions of the popular anime shows have a watch here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwu_iHEmFfSKMQJbRU8vH0Q
and Mo suggested an app call Day one for journaling which he recommends as a healthy habit to help with your mental health, check that out here https://dayoneapp.com/
We hope you enjoy the episode and if you do please let us know in the comments and let your friends know by sharing, and if you don’t, please let us know in the comments and let your friends know by sharing.
We’re big believers in the “win-win”Take care and stay blessed.
Special thanks to RUDE (@itsrudeboy) for the intro and outro music.
And to Calvin A Turner founder of Torra Media (facebook , @torramedia) and digital designer extraordinaire for TheOrdinaryAmazing.com logo design.