Ijeawele is an Igbo word that means Journey Mercies, Safe Journey, or Journey of Favour. For the purpose of this blog, I’ll settle with Journey of Favour.
Ijeawele is where I share the good, the ugly, and the not-so-good journeys and experiences of my life in the hopes that, just as the name implies, all my goings, living, and coming backs, would be filled with lots of mercy, grace and favour.
And I hope to extend all those mercies, grace and favours to everyone who finds this blog a safe place. I hope my stories resonate with you and become the strength you need to live your best life.
God’s word makes it clear that our sufferings, our comforts and our joys are meant not to be hoarded, but to be shared, to be given away. So here, there is no such thing as oversharing; as vulnerable as the stories are, they will be shared, regardless.
I hope you enjoy reading the stories of my life as much as I enjoy living them.
Hello, I am Favour Obioha. A Biotechnology undergraduate student in a Nigerian university who has a keen interest in art and literature. Books are among the things that make me happy as I find the act of book shopping more therapeutic than anything. I love God, and I am on a life time journey of building intimacy with Him. I enjoy trying new things and visiting new places and I hope that someday, I will get to cross off all the activities that have been sitting for ages on my bucket list.