Hello, everyone? I hope your week has been splendid so far? As some of you may know (i.e. if you have been following the hallelujah challenge) that yesterday the 28th of June was the Night of Festival, A Feast and a Fiesta.
In the past few days, I have read a number of rants criticising the Hallelujah Challenge. When I read the first rant on instablog, my initial response was not today satan, not today. But later in the night as I was ruminating over it I felt strongly in my spirit that I should talk about it or rather write a response.
So yesterday when I wrote about the HALLELUJAH CHALLENGE, I knew that a lot of challenges would be about data. Funny enough God brought a friend to my office yesterday unexpectedly and we got talking about the Challenge. I then asked him how he was able to get data to join and he introduced me to a plan I’m about to share with you guys now.
Good morning Great Men & Women. I hope you all had a beautiful night rest? As for me, I did; I think I even slept too much. Anyway, that aside; I have this morning a song that is a must listen.
If you have been very observant on social media, especially on Instagram, you would have noticed a lot of posts with the hashtag #thehallelulahchallenge and many pictures of Olowo Gbogboro. Well in case you are wondering what it is all about, let me fill you in.