About today

About today. During church service today, my teenagers (in the teens’ church) decided on a topic so broad and deep i had to employ the wisdom of God to handle a bit of it. 

Being a variety Sunday, we agreed to pray, discuss and learn new songs. So i threw it to them as they earlier requested to decide what topic to discuss on. 

Several topics popped up but we picked THE FUTURE! Sounded analogous but we agreed further to dwell on the topic bit by bit. So i started wt Marriage, Relationship then Money (just 5 minutes tit bits on the first two) but when i mentioned Money, i noticed the excitement was much more than the first and common two issues. 

“Money” one of them screamed. “Yes dearie”, i answered. 

And for the first time in their lives, they heard 5 truths about money that some of them never heard before. And am sure some adults never even know these truths. Sincerely, most of then left church happier and wiser than they came. 

We discussed the following:

1. Money is an instrument. 

2. Money has a spirit behind it called mammon (Lk 16:13) which you must put under subjection. 

3. Money takes up the character of its possessor. 

4. Money loves to serve and as well love to master people (lk 16:13)

5. Money can be your best friend or your worst enemy. 

After the discussion, i made an alter call for salvation and rededication and 5 wonderful souls came out. 

Am glad to be restored and used to help these awesome destinies. 

#ServingGodOnPurpose #purpose #ToluOluwapojuwo #Teaching #Money #PassionForTeens #FatherFigure 


Passwords and PIN code safety

In the days of prevailing hacking of social snd business accounts, you will need these tips to secure your accounts. 

Passwords function like keys to your personal home and office on the internet. 

You need to do everything possible to prevent people from gaining access to your password, especially now that hackers are everywhere. A recent report says one out of two people have been hacked in few hours time. So how do you keep hackers confused about your passwords?

When creating a password, you need to make sure it is 

-long and strong, 

e.g. lexwantulamforme

-a minimum of eight characters, unless otherwise stated to be shorter,

e.g. tiwadelan

-a mix of upper and lowercase letters, 

e.g. meFORever

-a mix of numbers and symbols. 


-A mix of letters and numbers (alphanumeric)

e.g. tiwa994lagos
Additional things you can do are:

Not to share your password with others.

Make your password unique to your life and not something that is easily guessed.

Avoid usual or know dates like birthday, anniversaries etc

Have a different password for each online account.

Create a different PIN for each ATM card

Write down your password and store it in a safe place away from your computer.

Change your password several times a year, at least 4-8 times.


Secure your accounts: Ask for protection beyond passwords. Many account providers offer additional ways for you verify who you are before you conduct business on that site.
Make passwords long and strong: Combine capital and lowercase letters with numbers and symbols to create a more secure password.
Unique account, unique password: Separate passwords for every account helps to thwart cybercriminals.
Write it down and keep it safe: Everyone can forget a password. Keep a list that’s stored in a safe, secure place away from your computer.

Tolu Oluwapojuwo

Thriving for mastery

 I am not yet the best (in whatever capacity you might connect me with)

Yet, I thrive to always do better than I ever did. 
Some call that excellence or excellent spirit, Yes! 
But I also call it Intentional Growth
If by any chance I might attain the pinnacle of my pursuit here on earth. 
Reaching the highest height, set before I was conceived. 
With God on my side,
Christ working in, with and through me, 
The Holy Spirit leading, teaching and encouraging me,
The Angels of God always on guard, 
I trust that I will Be, Do, and Express MY BEST
Then my generation will realize I have never been in competition with no other man but me. 
Thriving to be better than my immediate passed minute. 
I am Tolu Oluwapojuwo
A Civil Engineer by certificate
A photographer by profession (Head Photographer at Chosenfazes Creativity)
A documentary photographer by self discovery
A lover of God and people
A Christ follower by Call
A Husband by Grace
A Father by privilege
An entrepreneur by divine selection
A trainer by assignment
A teacher by inspiration
A dreamer by nature
A goal getter by default
A tireless worshipper of The Only True God
A Highflier by choice
A people person by nature
A Yoruba by mother tongue (lols)
A Nigerian by geographical location
An African by birth
A Black skinned by divine arrangement (I so love this one)

#PersonalExpression #ILoveMe #ProductOfGrace #IBelieveInMe #ToluOluwapojuwo #AgentOfChange #Entrepreneur #EntrepreneurForGod #OnAssignmentForGod #PassionatePhotographer #GodAtWork #ChristInMe