Pastor Samira Otung
Samira is a pastor who has been used tremendously by the Lord in various ministries. She is a singer/song writer who deeply loves the Lord. She started singing at a very young age, then became a choir director for several years, wedding singer and a preacher. She is currently involved in various gospel outreach events in the East Midlands, UK where she lives with her supportive husband, Emmanuel, and their delightful daughter, Pearl.
The Art of Making Music – to God’s Glory
This book is not just a practical guide but also enlightening, thought-provoking and inspirational. ‘The Art of Making Music to God’s Glory’ is for anyone interested in building God’s universal church, which means that every believer can read it and be blessed. It touches on worship being a way we communicate with God; hence, we must learn to truly worship God for ‘Who’ He is and not just praise Him for ‘What’ He has done. Just as lack of communication can cause a total breakdown in any form of relationship, we must understand that lack of true worship can cause a breakdown in our communication with God.
This book guides the readers on how to truly communicate with God through their gift of music. For those readers who may have never seen music in this light, this is truly a revelation worth discovering. Worship is a sacrifice because to truly worship God we have to sacrifice the ‘self’ and be in total surrender to the will of the One whom we seek to worship. Therefore, our ‘sacrifice’ must be acceptable and pleasing to God. This book very importantly teaches on the ‘art’ of presenting our gifts to God in an acceptable and pleasing way using His Word as our Instruction and The Holy Spirit as our Teacher.
Rejection – an Agent of Success
In this book, Samira shares with readers her own struggles with the mental pressures that come from rejection, betrayal, loss and victimhood. She shares practical ways to overcome rejection and become the best version of yourself.
The knowledge of God’s existence does not exempt us from rejection. Samira wants readers to take away the truth that we owe it to ourselves to refuse to be overcome by life’s challenges, and to embrace the good news that Rejection can be an Agent of Success.