Sales and Collection Points
- Emmanuel Chapel Methodist Church,
Banana Island, Lagos
- Wesley Chapel Methodist
- Terra Kulture
Plot 1376 Tiamiyu Savage
Victoria island, Lagos
- Laterna Venture Ltd Bookstore
13 Oko Awo Street,
Victoria Island, Lagos
Methodist Theological Institute (MTI)
Sagamu, Ogun State
Umuahia, Abia State
Zonkwa, Kaduna State
- Wesley University
Km 3 Ondo – Ife Road Ondo
- Odemo Road, Isara Remo, Ogun State
About the Author
Rev. Prof. Konyinsola Ajayi SAN is the chaplain of Emmanuel Chapel Methodist Church and managing partner of Olaniwun Ajayi LP. He studied law at Harvard Law School and Selwyn College, Cambridge University. A member of the Honourable Society of Middle Temple, London, England, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria and a professor of law at Babcock University, Nigeria. Reverend Ajayi owns a significant collection of art from Nigeria and several countries.
About the Book
Musings of a Parson is a collection of 58 carefully curated sermons concentrating, meditating and contemplating on the Face of Christ.
The book is not just lamentations, a theme that runs through many pages – warning of the present danger in the past life we live, in our tomorrow nor is it just about banality, incredibility of mediocrity in society; the love of money; the cling to prosperity and lying hope as the way of faith. Rather, it about our everyday contemporary issues. You will get to read about Bling Lagosians; singleness; recognition by people in the age of Snapchat and Instagram; the application economy; #MeToo; connectedness; Time’s Up; Same-Sex Marriage; disruptive innovation; sameness; the market of one; social media; City Life; artificial reality; Social Media; and City People.
Musings of a Parson also features high-quality photographs of major works revolving around Christian themes by leading Nigerian artists including Ben Enwonwu, Bruce Onobrakpeya, Yusuf Grillo and David Dale.
In the end, the goal is to make Christ real in your life and every situation you face, for He came so, we may know how to live: simply by love and faith and peace and thanksgiving and works in these—through fifty-eight chapters on diverse subjects.