Meet the team

Adewale

Adewale

Ade is the co founder of Restore Citizenship and serves as a deacon in the Islington fellowship. An IT professional, Ade oversees the delivery of the ministries reach strategy through Discover Citizenship and is passionate about sharing the message of kingdom citizenship.

 

The Confrontation

As we look at the history of the kingdom of God we see a history drenched in the blood of the innocent. Men’s lack of understanding and their unwillingness to investigate their heritage led to them embracing falsehood and myths. From the beginning of time, human beings have sought to innovate away from God.

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Outsourcing Education

In his book “Dumbing Us Down” John T. Gatto provides us with an insider’s perspective on the educational system of the United States. He highlighted that our educational system is designed in such a way that teachers teach everything out of context; where nothing seems to relate or connect to each other.

He argues that our children are taught by a strangers with the “thinnest relationship with each other, pretending, for the most part, to an expertise they do not possess”.

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The price and the currency

This Easter many believers are going to be celebrating a festival they know very little about or the meaning of it.

Our collective behaviour is very sheepish, that’s because our leaders are being lead by ungrounded religious doctrines and ideologies. Believers are stuck doing religious activities but miss the Kingdom, not that our preaching and conversation do not highlight the Kingdom in some form but the reality of it is absent in practice and observation.

Holy Days

These days most holidays are leisure based but lack the echo of history that God himself has determined for not only his people but for mankind.

Train up a child

Proverb twenty two verse six, talks about instructing a child in a particular path that is conducive to their maturity into citizenship. Our general understanding of this proverb is that the author wants us to raise or teach our children in the matter of religious life.