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  • Five Leadership Lessons from the Book of Esther

    By adaptmag on November 10, 2014
    Margaret Olatunbosun, Editorial & Social Media Intern   Lately, female leaders inspire me. I’m taking about women who have swarm against tides, have struggled to hold their own among their peers, and are seen as a voice of authority in their respective niches. I wanted that too so I picked several books and began to study some leadership gurus. Now, […]
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  • Being Patient and Grateful in Dry Seasons

    By adaptmag on March 3, 2014
    Margaret Olatunbosun, Editorial & Social Media Intern One thing that keeps me going after a busy day at work is the assurance that in two weeks, I will reap the fruits of my labor. I wake up in the morning energized and refreshed, ready to take on the day’s challenges because I believe my efforts will be rewarded. On payday, […]
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  • Finding Faith in Violent Storms

    By adaptmag on February 11, 2014
    Margaret Olatunbosun, Editorial & Social Media Intern A certain man had so much wealth that he was regarded as the greatest of all the people in the East. One day, a series of calamities befell him and he lost everything he had: his property, children, even his health. His wife deserted him and his friends taunted him, telling him his […]
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  • Temptation, Desperation, Defeat

    By adaptmag on February 3, 2014
    Angela Skaff, Editorial Intern I have the Holy Bible app on my phone and I am reading a plan called “Made to Crave.” The plan for Day 5 discussed how desperation breeds defeat. Which got me thinking, that most desperation comes out of temptation and so the combination of these two can lead to some horrific defeat and falls in […]
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  • He Will Command You to Give it All

    By adaptmag on January 27, 2014
    Margaret Olatunbosun, Editorial and Social Media Intern “I just don’t get it. It doesn’t make any sense.”  I said amidst sobs. My friend was gracious enough to hear me rant for a good two hours about how rightly I’ve tried to live my life and how brave I was to leave my family to study 4.5 hours away, in a different […]
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