We moved from the tabloid form to the A4 size which is typical of a magazine. We started again by using bond paper but later advanced to art paper and the introduction of colour pages to be attractive instead of our normal black and white pages. We also improved our creativity to be able to stand out amongst many other magazines either, secular or religious.
Presently, we have a lot packaged in the magazine; a powerful and detailed sermon by Pastor E. A. Adeboye is one of our main features. Pastor Ayo Adeloye handles the minister’s manner which is directly targeted at the ministers and all those who desire to be one. Pastor Antoinette Omo-Osagie leaves the parents thirsty every month as she writes on Train up a child. Finance is not left out with Pastor Bayo Olugbemi, MD, First Registrars writing on Teach us to profit. The savoury piece on the home is handled by the Adetayos and the Adewales which we use interchangeably to bring in a lot of dynamics. The youths are carried along as Bukonla puts her thought on paper through Youth Alive, Pastor Deji Afuye’s pen is always on politics with the Caleb Generation, You want to be victorious, then turn towards the end of the magazine and read Pastor Jacob Oni’s Victory Mall. Pastor Wale Adeduro will set your heart tickling as he anchors Heart Tickle.