One man's life, through his own eyes, from his death bed. Evaluating his choices through life is a painful exercise; seeing the outcome w with the benefit of hindsight is a heartbreaking experience. Can anyone or anything be salvaged from the wreckage of the family he was responsible for creating? Christie Bature Ogbeifun has been in full time ministry since 1989, and is the president of Sine Qua Non Ministries, Port Harcourt. Christie has a background of Electrical/ Electronics Engineering, but opted for ministry as she found more fulfillment there. The ministry reaches out in many ways, among which are: Campus Outreach, Couples Outreach, T.V. ministry, Christie Bature Concerts, and PACT Network (a ministry to the addicted) She has ministered the gospel in quite a few places, within and outside of Nigeria. Her T.V. programme Everyday People is a simple down to earth approach for walking through life with just a little more faith today than yesterday. It mainly addresses family, and sexual addiction and recovery. It has been running for eleven years and is currently airing in fifty three nations. Christie is a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors, and a certified Life Coach. She has written seven books and also has six albums. Married to Greg Ogbeifun, they make their home in Port Harcourt, Nigeria and have seven children.