Did you read this blog post about our International Youth Day Celebration https://myclife.org/c-life-international-youth-day-2020-event-highlights/
I wold like to get in touch with Mr. Nchemty Ozongashu, from Cameroon..

Is it possible?
C life
You're just too much.. Just 4 classes that i attended and it changed my mindset about life and leadership ..

Thank you so much
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Personal development is a lifelong process. It is a way for people to assess their skills and qualities, consider their aims in life, and set goals in order to realize and maximize their potential.

Although early life development and early formative experiences within the family, at school, etc. can help to shape us as adults, personal development should not stop later in life.
There are many ideas surrounding personal development, one of which is Abraham Maslow's process of self-actualization.
The Orientation Day of the 9th Cohort of the award-winning Servant Leadership Fellowship (SLF) Program is finally here and slated for July 6, 2020, from 3:30PM prompt.

It takes intentionality to experience progress in your spiritual life, career, and business. Be part of this equipping program that causes incredible transformation.

Let's get together, Learn and Network for maximum Influence and Impact. All questions about C-Life and the SLF Program will be addressed that day. Join us and have fun with dynamic youths who are forging a path for themselves with outstanding impact.

Confirm your presence by filling this short form so we prepare to receive you accordingly. https://bit.ly/3i9WjVH

Venue: Entrée Saint-Marc, Opposite Napoleon.
For inquiries, call 674083552

Our strategies, idealogies, struggles will yield us no results if we ingnore our true source.
When our struggles , idealogies and strategies meet in healthy tension with Overseer and Author of Life, there is no doubt our efforts will yield great results.
To move forward, and build a prosperous nation, it will begins with a with pledge to be different. If we all can do then we will have a better nation.
This week,our focus was based on cconclict resolution and According to the National Institute for Advanced Conflict Resolution, up to 30% of a typical leader’s time is spent dealing with conflict. Further research found that over 65% of work performance problems are due to strained relationships between employees as opposed to deficiencies in employee skill or motivation, and CEOs and senior vice presidents reported they spend up to 70% of their time on conflict.
we conclude with this"conflict is an inevitable part of life so having skills in this aspect,is aplus to you both as an employee or an employer and finaly conflicts are not bad but what make it bad is our approach"
The secret in life is to give the little potential you have and careless on who will gain the credit.""though it's seems imposible but is possible when is done"" (Nelson Mandela)

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Communication is the back bone of every work field.

Words have the power to inform, persuade, educate and entertain but they fall short of these qualities if not rightfully communicated. There has been a growing need to champion communication skills in every sector because it allows us to form connections, motivate change and it happens to be a vital component of a successful career across all work fields.

We introduced a public speaking module yesterday, focusing on the practical ways of honing communication skills, tips of how to become a pro public speaker(it is imperative to be knowledgeable about your content, know your audience, master your personality), it was more of demonstrative session with young leaders on their part challenged with topics to talk on. The young leaders expressed one of their biggest challenge in public speaking which is how to evoke self-confidence and combating stage fright which was immediately tackled by Miss Etonde Eliot who drilled them on the basic tips of overcoming social anxiety and fear.
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Here we wedge war against bribery and corruption

Our mission is to develop godly and skilled servant leaders for Africa's workplace in the context of community.—Cameroon is our first community outreach.

We are an African led, Christian non-profit organization which exist to develop ambitious and dynamic university students and young professionals in a discipleship community in Africa, to be godly servant leaders and a valuable asset in the workplace and community. Leaders who transform their community with integrity and professional excellence for God's glory. Our first community is in Cameroon.

How do you make a difference in Africa? You train leaders to be servant leaders and to be skilled in prevailing technology and job creation. You disciple them in the ways of Christ as fully devoted Christians. So that they will promote integrity and excellence by example. They will fight for peace, justice and development in their community by providing solutions—This is the community C-Life intends to promote. C-Life has three goals: (The 3 “E”s)
• To be an example as a Christian organization for our residents and in our community—living out what we teach.
• To equip our residents to practically apply biblical principles in their professional lives—living out Christian values in the workplace.
• To empower our residents by developing their professional skills through career-enhancing programs in the area of Computer literacy, Web-based technology and Entrepreneurship.

Operating as usual


To keep the momentum high and to keep the Servant Leaders engaged during a virtual session With Mr Javnyuy Joybert aka Mr Remarkable, The Servant leaders were asked to share their fear when it comes to Speaking in Public.

The many answers that came from the Servant Leaders, centred around; stage fright, Lack of self-confidence and the fear of making mistakes.

Then came this other question; How will public speaking help you in your career?
It will help me overcome fear, said Pascaline. It is going to help me sell myself when I communicate value-added Mispah. Ending this session, Rosine said it will help me gain potential partners when I share my expertise and experience.

Nobody is born with public speaking skill but the good thing is that they can be learned over time with commitment and consistency.

Most people claim they want to speak out their mind on what they know, have learnt and realised. But they become afraid or speechless when placed in the spotlight to talk.

As an expert in this field, Javnyuy ended this session on public speaking by share some important tip on how to prepare and deliver a talk with included; choose a topic you know very well, be clear on your agenda, be precise when talking, maintain a smile on your face and do not forget to dress professionally.

Make brief notes on what you want to talk about as you prepare, Fill your talk with illustrations and examples and most importantly, Don’t imitate others. Know far more on your subject than you can give.


We always scrutinize the lifestyle of people to either correct or judge without mirroring ourselves to notice possible shortcomings. We want to pull out the mote in another person’s eye without realizing the beam in our own eyes as Jesus said in Matthew 7:3-5

“And why beholdest thou the mote that is in thy brother's eye, but considers not the beam that is in thine own eye? Thou hypocrite, first cast out the beam out of thine own eye; and then shalt thou see clearly to cast out the mote out of thy brother's eye.”

Kengong Dalynda highlighted this to her mates as she illustrated that if you cannot solve the smallest personal problems, you have in your life, then you cannot solve the mighty issues of other people.


The beauty that comes with Sun set.

It’s quite beautiful and breathtaking after going through a lot of hurdles during the day to sit and watch the skies as the sun slowly gives way to the night hours as he prepares for the next day.

In the rainy seasons, the story is never the same as the beauty of the African skies gets so fascinating with quite very beautify colours. Get what Dorothy said, “Somewhere over the rainbow, skies are blue, and the dreams that you dare to dream really do come true.”

What feeling do you have when you watch the sun as it rises from the East and sets in the West? To me, it’s a sign of hope as it tells me that I still have another opportunity to do what I could not do that day.

Tell us your feeling in the comment box.


Time is precious, and we should use every moment for a beneficial purpose. However, sacrificing a moment of it for the benefit of other people is an honourable service unto God and humanity. We can relate this to Wakom Glory who sacrificed over 5 hours of her time and assisted a land transportation company to sell tickets to its travellers.

She had to face the annoyance of impatient travellers, had to stand for hours while attending to clients and finally got exhausted at the end of her activity.

Yet, she found pleasure in her duty as she enjoyed it.


With an eagerness to understand how nursery school teachers relate to their pupils, Akum Marie had to spend some time with a nursery school teacher as she assisted her with morning duties in school.

She observed the school and how the teachers do their daily duties. Upon arrival, She collected the pupils’ bags as they entered the school campus, then she made the children stand in lines to prepare for the morning devotion.

However, she has to endure the constant cry and unnecessary reports from the children. But with a heart to serve children, she happily gets herself acquainted with the children and created a comfortable environment for them.



As ambassadors of Christ, we should not place our heart on earthly things but we should strive to build up treasures in heaven where neither moth nor rust destroys and where thieves do not break in and steal. Matthew 6: 19-21.

“Do not lay up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moth and rust destroy and where thieves break in and steal, but lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust destroys and where thieves do not break in and steal. For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.”

Kelly Ngwe encouraged her mates yesterday using this Bible verse as she told them to strive to make the world a better place by serving others.


It has become a norm in Cameroon and the world at large to twist peoples minds in order to gain favour from them. Most at times, we lie, murder, fornicate and commit all sort of crimes in the process and we end up dishonouring God. Servant leaders had a grasp of this knowledge in a drill on Bribery and corruption.

After servant leaders had individually defined bribery and corruption, the trainer, Mr Ray revealed that bribery is offering something of undue value to induce that person to grant a favour or give something. While corruption is the change of the person's character or mind because of the offer.

As they shared their experiences on bribery and corruption, they also acted a drama to further understand the topic.

Having made them realize that this heinous act hinders development in a country, causes lack of quality services, waste of resources and bad governance, the trainer explained how servant leaders should speak aloud against bribery and corruption according to Deuteronomy 16:18-20, Proverbs 3:5-6 and Colossians 3:23-24.

God hates Bribery and corruption; therefore, it is our duty and responsibility as Christians and servant leaders to commit ourselves to fight it.


Christians are being permitted to be tempted by the Devil because they need temptations to grow in the Lord and trust him more. But overcoming temptations requires constant study of the Bible and being consistent in prayers just like Jesus Christ resisted the devil who tempted Him after He had fasted and prayed for 40 days and 40 nights.

“Then Jesus was led by the Spirit into the wilderness to be tempted[a] by the devil. 2 After fasting forty days and forty nights, he was hungry. 3 The tempter came to him and said, “If you are the Son of God, tell these stones to become bread.” Matthew 4:1-11

Annette mentioned this in devotion as she encouraged her mates to always study the Bible and pray stating that the devil is constantly learning different ways on how to make Christians fall from God’s grace.

She also advised them to take their stand and obey God when relations and friends tempt them to displease God.

Annette mentioned this in devotion as she encouraged her mates to always study the Bible and pray stating that the devil is constantly learning different ways on how to make Christians fall from God’s grace.


Meet Njong Elkana Chia a cohort 10 Servant Leader of the ongoing Servant Leadership Fellowship (SLF) Program .He is a teacher by Professions and holds teaching as passion. As to why he decided to join the SLF program, he has this to say in his own words.
“I join c life because I wanted to bring a change where ever I find myself. So far, C-life has impacted me so much especially on the area of conflicts resolution. I am able to settle conflicts within me and at the level of leadership, I am able to discipline myself on certain things like managing time and above all managing anger which was a big problem to me. I can't stop telling this to people as i hope to bring people to C-Life to experience this”
Apart from teaching,Elkana is very playful and has music as a hubby.


Mispah has proven that serving people begins with helping our family members and loved ones when the need arises as she had re-organized her sisters’ room. She cleaned and arranged the room in an orderly manner and also washed her bedsheets.

According to Mispah (Grace), her sister has been depressed for a while now which has not given her time to clean her room. She therefore took it as a duty to clean her room as she says Charity begins at home.

To impact 100 persons with our help is amazing, but to revive a person who is depressed and given up on life is heart-touching.


See your Scholarship recipients - https://mailchi.mp/myclife.org/see-your-scholarship-recipients

Thank you for making scholarships available to C-Life servant leader fellows. You are transforming Africa for Christ one leader at a time.


Sickle cell happens to be one of the silent chronic illnesses eating up young children and it is being neglected in many communities. The patients are most at times abandoned either by their doctors, parents and or families.

As the name goes, the Pacesetters life group is made up of a group of dynamic and dedicated Young girls attending the Servant Leadership Fellowship (SLF) Program.

To set the pace, they thought it wise to visit, talk and share with some of these Sickle cell patients during their meeting as a way of boosting them up in their health condition.

They provided water and shared some important tips on how to take care of themselves. To close the day, these Servant Leaders reminded them that despite their health conditions, they should trust in God for he is the healer of all diseases.

They further encouraged them to keep fighting for better health, asserting that God loves them.


Welcome to Yaoundé the capital city of Cameroon host to C-Life Cameroon's Country Office precisely at Entrée Saint-Marc Tam-Tam in Biyem-Assi district.

Biyem-Assi is a popular neighbourhood in the Yaounde 6 council area a subdivision of the Yaounde Urban Council. Biyem-Assi is equally the capital of the Yaounde 6 council area and is a working-class and residential neighbourhood.

The district takes its name from the stream that crosses it and has its source in Etúg Ébé. In truth, the name of this district comes from the concatenation of "Biyeme" and "Assi". On the one hand, "Biyeme" would be the plural of eyə́mə thus referring to a high forest tree like the Albizzia; On the other hand, it would refer to "domestic animal" because in the past, especially between 1925 and 1930, all kinds of cattle were raised on one of the flanks of this district.

In addition, "Assi" would mean in local dialect the bottom or at the foot of. So literally, Biyeme Assi could be understood as "we are stuck on the ground or at the bottom."

Source: https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biyem-Assi


A short distant View of the Nsimeyong neighbourhood in Yaounde, Cameroon Taken from the C-Life Balcony.


We face conflicts every day of our lives be it at the home, workplace or in the community where we live. The good news is that these conflicts come to make us stronger as our relationships grow when the conflict is resolved.

Communication plays a very big role in times of Conflicts as it can either lessen or aggravate the situation at hand. During the 2nd session on conflict resolution, Ms Ngwain Cleopatra C-Life’s Operations Manager led the servant Leaders in an exciting and interactive class on how to communicate in times of conflicts.

Since Communication plays a very big role in conflicts, you have to master the way you communicate. In this way, you will prevent the situation from aggravating.

To communicate effectively in times of conflicts, you have to; manage your emotions. You don’t have to be too emotional when you want to resolve a conflict.

Manage your Speech here, you need to know the type of words you use and make sure you chose your words wisely when trying to resolve a conflict. Own your Message and
make it clear.

Feel free to visit us during working days from 10am to 3pm at Entrée Saint-Marc Tam-Tam.
You can call, or send us a message either SMS or WhatsApp via 675140694 or 674083552


As a lady, how do you react or what should you do when your Boss threatens to dismiss you from work if you reject his proposal of having an extra-Marital affair?
Please let's share our opinions in the comment section below.


Conflict is an inevitable part of life as we face conflicts on a daily base especially at the workplace. It is either you have an internal or personal conflict (within yourself) and or external conflict (with people around you)

Have a mastery of how to manage or this conflict is an essential skill that everybody needs to master if you want to dominate in the 21st-century work and fast paste market place.

Last Friday, we started our module on the arts of conflict resolution which is a skill most sought after in the 21st century. Mr, Solomon-Ray who happened to be the trainer took time to detailly explain the important part conflict play in our lives which include but not limited to:
1) It matters to God. Ref: Matthew 5: 21-24
2) It builds relationships
3) It provides a productive environment, be it at the office, house or home etc.
4) It is an opportunity to glorify God, especially when handled Biblically or when you follow God’s guidelines.

This interesting session ended with a live application exercise which was shown in a drama and take-home message they can adopt to effectively resolve the conflict which was; Mediation, Arbitration
, Accountability, Negotiation etc However, NEUTRALITY it the central theme for all these steps.


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US winter storms and Texas power outages: Live updates

C-Life USA is located in Dallas, Texas, so we want to take a moment to say a special prayer for Texas and its surrounding States as you battle this severe winter storm. https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/snow-ice-storm-power-outages-updates-02-19-21/index.html

cnn.com A deadly winter storm that severely strained power facilities in Texas has now left millions in the state under boil-water advisories as water scarcity continues. Follow here for the latest forecasts and live updates.


Have you ever discovered that you are hospitable to people at all times, you prophesy, you can create objects with your hands, you can interpret the Bible more than even your pastor, you are a giver and you can heal people?

That is a spiritual gift from God and it is an ability that is empowered by the holy spirit to unite and build up the body of Christ, and possibly develop any ministry of the “church”.

This is what Mr Ray explained to the servant leaders yesterday while describing the spiritual gifts they had discovered in a spiritual gift test assessment.

He made them understand that these gifts are to equip us in fulfilling God’s purpose for our lives, to know our assignments on earth, to understand Gods will for our lives and to fulfil the greatest commandment which is LOVE.
Therefore, the purpose of these gifts is to grow the saints in God, make them efficient in their various ministries so that they can be filled with the fullness of God and His Love.


We have to measure the cost and be responsible enough in committing to the promises we make to our parents according to Matthew 21: 28-32.
“What do you think? There was a man who had two sons. He went to the first and said, ‘Son, go and work today in the vineyard. “‘I will not,’ he answered, but later he changed his mind and went.30 “Then the father went to the other son and said the same thing. He answered, ‘I will, sir,’ but he did not go.”

This is what Ndangoh George revealed yesterday while leading a devotion. He also said that as a leader, know and understand the magnitude of a commitment before engaging in it with anybody.
What will save us from falling into failed commitments is understanding the sacrifices and the preparations to be made before engaging into it.


It’s a beautiful Thursday morning in Yaoundé, Cameroon. In front of C-life Cameroon’s office, everyone is busy and business activities are going on effectively.

Want to know more about C-life, what we do and how we do, and the difference we make?

Feel free to visit us during working days from 10am to 3pm at Entrée Saint-Marc Tam-Tam.

You can call, or send us a message either SMS or WhatsApp via 675140694 or 674083552


Accept midweek Greetings from Miss.Ngwain Cleopatra, C-Life's Operations Manager.


Leave church out of this let’s discuss business! It’s common to hear this statement especially in the market place. With Evangelism is an obligation to Christians, the question is “How do you evangelize in the market place?”

The market place understands 3 main Languages that is Professionalism, Excellence and skills which makes workplace evangelism different from the traditional style which has to do with moving around preaching the word of God to people or spreading the good news of Jesus Christ.

Evangelism at the work place has to do more with living an example since that’s where your spent 90% of your time. Speak the Language that the market place understands then you will transform lives.

The class was an interesting one as the servant Leaders were given practical exercises for better understanding on how to evangelize to a community and the world.

The teacher then stated and explained the different ways of spreading the word of God. Some of which were sharing our personal experiences with God to people, doing the word of God and not just saying it, and letting people know that God exists. He used some Bible verses like Ephesians 6:5-8, Titus 2:9, Colossians 4:1 to throw more light on his points.

However, Mr. Ray stated that evangelism is hard for most Christians because they lack the knowledge of God, so we have to therefore study the word of God in order to confidently evangelize to the world.

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