I have been blessed tremendously from your column in the online newspaper Nigeriaworld.com. Your piece has often been rich and scripturally authentic. I also have this bias the moment I found out you are a Nigerian. Rev. Israel - Ghana, West Africa Your ministry blessed my life when you spoke in our class at Westside Church on Feb. 3rd. I want to say thank you, for sharing with us about the tripartite nature of man. I look forward to visiting your website and getting your resources online. Shelly - Omaha NE USA I just read another thought provoking article from you today. I saw one of your articles around 2009 on Nigeriaworld.com and I got stuck. You've been able to explain what I could not explain in words. Most of what you write about I perceive in my environment, but could articulate and dissect it well. I got invited to an Exegetical Church around that time, you and a combination of other factors have greatly influence my re-orientation. Thanks for taking time to teach us and expose the truth. Seun - Phoenix USA A very good morning from warm and humid Lagos, Nigeria. I am a management consultant (hospitality industry) and want to let you know that your articles are of immense blessing to me, they not only inspire, motivate and bless me, most importantly it keeps one focused as we journey through life. Henry - Lagos, Nigeria Your article on the hybrid worldview of African Christians is very enriching. You actually make any serious minded Christian reader, understand the real theme of religiosity. Thank you for the writing and I look forward to meeting someday. Caster - Paris, France I just want to say a big thank you for all your articles. I came across your website at a low point in my life, I am very educated and married early and now with 3 children. My spouse recently converted from Christianity because he believes "we" are all hypocrites. I'm focusing on the kids and God, and look forward to what God has in store. Again, thank you for your articles, they've given me inner strength. Liz - England, UK William Femi Awodele is the executive director of Christian Couples Fellowship International, Inc., a marriage ministry based in Omaha, Nebraska, in the United States. He is married to Olatokunbo (a family physician), and they are blessed with two boys, Ibukunoluwa and Fiyinfoluwa and a daughter Ebunoluwa. Femi is the author of eight books, among them Peculiar Conflicts: African Marriages in Western Culture, Home Improvement Series Volume One and the Power of Forgiveness (a novel).