Lessons from “The Jungle Book” Onyinye Nwokeocha


In the Disney animated movie “The Jungle Book,” a panther finds an abandoned baby and takes him to a mother wolf who raises him along with her own cubs. The boy, Mowgli,  spends 10 years in the jungle as a member of the wolf pack. However, a tiger with a known hatred of man is spotted in the jungle, and the wolf pack decides to send Mowgli away to a man-village for his own protection. The panther, Bagheera, volunteers to escort a resistant Mowgli there.

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I am a firm believer in practical Christianity. I am passionate about Christians helping each other through the challenges we face as followers of Christ in this present time. I live in Lagos, Nigeria where I work as a Compliance Officer in a multinational. I support my husband, Pastor Chidiebere Nwokeocha in ministry and we have four covenant children. I am also a team leader in Campus Evangelism and Outreach, a youth outreach ministry and I am an aspiring author and blogger.

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