UNDAUNTED: I heard this word very clearly; in between planning our very first conference in “The Be Found” Conference in June 2018. Amazons Ministry BLAM: A ministry God placed in my hands, to raise broken vessels like me, daughters who would chase after Him and are willing to be used by him irrespective of how cracked they are. Well, I didn’t really understand why I heard the word “UNDAUNTED” or what it meant until after the conference. 2018 was a very difficult time in my life. It was a season when I experienced lots of betrayals especially from people I had labored for and with. While planning the Be Found, I was not sure what it would come to or how things would turn out. The only thing I knew to do was obey God and that I did trembling. This book is a memoir of my journey to becoming, an account of my brokenness, a testament of my yieldedness despite my rough routes. It is a proof and continuous reminder that God uses broken vessels if they would yield to him.
This book is not a story of self-indulgent exposes, but an illumination of the power of God to heal and restore for the praise of his glory. I wrote this book to send a message of God’s love to everyone who has had it rough. To an imperfect army who is not afraid to show their scars to heal, encourage, bring hope, and alignment to others.
For so long the church has put up a façade of perfection and relied on carefully crafted speech designed to portray Christians as a flawless bunch. As time goes on, the cracks and loopholes begin to show and people become disillusioned because of the opinions that have been formed. The tide is changing. God is looking for people who will not downplay the power of the gospel to heal and deliver, but will through their imperfections, point people in the direction of the one who has all the answers. God does not need any more Superheroes. Instead, he needs people like Jesus who are willing to restore people to fellowship with the father and not looking for cheap recognition spurred by self-exaltation. The good news of Christ bringing salvation is enough and has all the power to rekindle a desire to seek God. It is important that God is not misrepresented to the body of Christ, among which there are people who are going through issues like abuse, drug addiction, and the likes but feel they are alone in it. Some of these people are insecure and have a poor self-image because the church has kept quiet about the issues they were saved from and our silence contributes to the shame and secrecy that Satan attaches to these victims.
More about the author.
Tolulope Tunde-Ajiboye is a dynamic speaker and founder of Blooming Amazons Ministry (BLAM), a for-purpose ministry that is focused on supporting women to discover and live in the reality of being ALL that God has called them to be. She has a passion for young marriages, as she got into the institution at the young age of 22, being a light to other women in this regard. With the Platform BLAM, she organizes conferences and seminars for young women particularly between the ages of 22 and 40 for the purpose of knowledge impartation and spiritual nourishment with the aim of challenging them to live up to their full potential and contribute their quota to transforming the societies and the world at large, discussing practical issues that might not be talked about in typical religious settings, as they get mentored and listen to older/thriving women’s true stories of how they have attained their success and significance in their respective fields. A strong network is fostered from these conferences, encouraging women to support each other, acknowledging that “there’s enough room for everyone” and competition and rivalry are baseless. She believes with collaboration, much more can be achieved. She is a graduate of computer science from the University of Ilorin, Kwara State, and is also a graduate of the Rhema Bible Training Center, Abuja.