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Last Night Post

I see that my last night post created some discussion. All I can say is “Mission Accomplished!”

Remember, A4P is a ministry to create awareness; to bring those “hush-hush” topics to light. By doing that this ministry creates in people questions which demand answers.

So my goal on all my writings is then to get you, the Christian community, be involved in the spiritual and physiological components of your sexual life; by mainly encouraging you to READ!

If I don’t get you do the reading, I sure will get you to question. And my hope is your question will provoke you to move to action; such as to read, to think before you choose the action which might compromise your sexual integrity and to actively take control of your sexual health as the temple of the LORD. Continue reading Last Night Post

Before I check out for the day, let me share this with you all.

Yesterday, I spent some time with my good Ethiopian brothers in Christ, discussing about the effect of eating raw meat. After the discussion, they recommended that I mention the topic here on A4P’s Facebook page. So, here we go.

Well, do you know eating raw meat can be a risk factor for erectile dysfunction (ED)? Yes, it is. Continue reading Before I check out for the day, let me share this with you all.


For those of you who are voracious readers out there, here is a wonderful book to read: “Hero.”

And guess who wrote this wonderful book? Fred Stoeker! Yeap! Co-author of “Every Man’s Battle” and author of “Tactics”.

“Wow” is all I can say about “Hero!” I just finished it. I destroyed the book with my highlighters and side notes. It is a fantastic book!

And guess why I loved it? Well, it is written for men! Continue reading “Hero”

A Thought I never knew Existed

I believe that every Christian who wants to lead a praiseworthy life must have a disciplined life; a life that is mainly marked by prayer, reading and meditating the Word of God and fasting.

Well, when it comes to prayer and reading and meditating the Word of God, I think I’m okay. But when it comes to fasting, well, that is a different story. If I was graded on fasting, I will get, without any question, straight F. Continue reading A Thought I never knew Existed

Shocking Reality of the Condition of my Heart

While I was waiting in line for the cashier to pay for my items, I saw a beautiful chap-stick hanging on the side of the isle. I looked closer to see the flavor and I immediately realized that it was an orange flavor. I mean, I love orange and anything orange color steals my heart instantly.

So, I picked it up but didn’t want to put it in my shopping cart thinking that it would fall between the holes of the shopping cart. So, I held it on my hand until my turn. Continue reading Shocking Reality of the Condition of my Heart

Eulogy to my Nephew Messayei

I have known Messayei since he joined my brother’s orphanage, Pefan almost twelve or thirteen years ago. He came in as a ten or eleven years old boy. Messayei grew up in Pefan, very close to his father, Fish (my brother). Messayei had always been a very loving and caring person. Last time I saw him was last summer when I was visiting my parents in Addis. My parents always called for him if something didn’t work in t Continue reading Eulogy to my Nephew Messayei

My Journal Entry of Monday, December 28, 2009 at 5:21am

Sometimes when I feel a little down or lose interest to pray and worship God or don’t want to do the work of God, I tend to go back to my journals and flip some pages and read. I just did that few minutes ago. God encouraged me as I read some of my entries from 2005.

Some of my entries go like this: God spoke to my heart saying, “this and that.” Oh, I can’t tell you how much those entries encourage me. Continue reading My Journal Entry of Monday, December 28, 2009 at 5:21am