God, Pastors and Title: What the Scripture Says – By Godwin Airuoyuwa, Engr.,
Books , Christian Books , Top Story / January 7, 2022

God, Pastors and Title: What the Scripture Says (2021) (ISBN: 978-1-9992257-7-3) by Godwin Airuoyuwa, Engr. – The taxman, who collects tax with the authority of the government, and puts the funds to his own use, is not only guilty of misusing public funds, he is also guilty of defrauding the government or misusing the authority of the government. In the same way, when a man of God collects tithes from God’s people, on the authority of God’s name, and fails to disburse it as directed by God, he is not only misusing the people’s funds, he is also misusing the name of the LORD. He is misusing the people’s funds by using them on things other than what the law of God commanded; God commanded that tithe be used to meet the needs of the Levites, who were priests and temple workers, the poor, the widows, orphans, and the strangers, all of whom had no means of livelihood. He is misusing the name of the LORD because he is using it for the wrong purpose – using it to feed himself; according to the English dictionary, to misuse is to use something in the wrong way or for the wrong purpose. The name…

“A Day in Our Skin: A Struggle Between Race and Resilience” By Philip Alalibo
Biography & Memoirs , Books , Upcoming Books / January 25, 2021

“A Day in Our Skin: A Struggle Between Race and Resilience“ (2021) (ISBN: 978-1-9992257-6-6) by Prof. Philip Alalibo. “A Day in Our Skin” is a brutally honest text that chronicles the racial experiences of the author in Canada. It offers a powerful framework for understanding the often burdensome intersectionality of race and gender that has defined the author and other black men. The intractable struggle between race and resilience is evident and well-articulated through profoundly personal and sometimes hilarious experiences in the author’s daily walk of life as a black man. The text challenges us to be aware of our actions that are borne out of underlying unconscious racism that subjects others to indignity. Through this book, Philip Alalibo provides a unique insight into what a day is like in his skin. He strongly encourages those with white privilege to be introspective and examine their behaviours that perpetuate and sustain stereotypical narratives of black men. A Day in Our Skin is a critical text on race relations in Canada that drives the discourse on racial justice, understanding and tolerance towards a more equitable society.  Click here to purchase this book Visit author’s page

Christianity as a Way of Life: Reflections on the Epistle of James
Books , Christian Books , Top Story / February 1, 2020

Shidaanikei Publisher is happy to publish Christianity as a Way of Life: Reflections on the Epistle of James (2019) (ISBN: 978-1-9992257-0-4) by Rev. Dr. Charles B. Mantey. The epistle of James is one of the earliest books of the New Testament. The author highlights Christianity as a tapestry of life.Our spiritual growth and maturity are never always pleasant; but, God in His wisdom uses trials and temptations to help us reach our spiritual and physical destinies. For this reason, Christians are admonished to pray for wisdom so we are able to discern the will of God for our lives during difficult times of our lives. The author addresses the problem of discrimination going on in the church; where the rich are given preferential treatment over the poor. James reminds the congregation about the frailties of human life and how Jesus died to save mankind irrespective of their status in life. Salvation therefore is by grace and not based on works. For this reason, Christianity therefore is not based on outward appearance so much as it does on character and faith in God. The epistle of James also cautions Christians to be wary of false teachers. They often sneak into churches…

“Practical Christianity: Living Like the New Creature You Have Become”
Books , Christian Books , Top Story / April 13, 2019

Shidaanikei Publishers announce the publication of Practical Christianity: Living Like the New Creature You have Become (2019) (ISBN 978-0-9948272-7-2)by Godwin Airuoyuwa.  This book is intended not only to highlight the importance of the Holy Spirit in the life of the Christian, but also to explain how this new life-style can be lived in a practical way. It is also designed to address the trend that many who claim to be Christians who for lack of understanding tend to distinguish between what they call their ‘normal’ life from their Christian life. They live their Christian lives on Sundays and on days they gather to worship God. At other times, they live their ‘normal’ lives. The message in this book is that anyone who has become a Christian has only one life and that is the life of Christ, there is no ‘normal’ life. Author’s Bio: Buy This Book Send us email at – info@shidaanikei.com Mailing Address: Shidaanikei Publishers Incorporated PO. Box 7686, Station D Toronto, ON M1R 5H3, Canada Online Amazon.com Amazon.ca