Whoever has a mustard seed's weight of pride (arrogance) in his heart, shall not be admitted into Paradise. And whoever has a mustard seed's weight of faith in his heart, shall not be admitted into the Fire.Jami` at-Tirmidhi 1998
Series by Abdulfattah Adeyemi
About Abdulfattah Adeyemi
Ustaz (Dr.) Abdulfattah Adeyemi is the founder and director of Baynakum Family Counselling Centre, Abuja.
Abdulfattah Adeyemi – Transformational Marriage Coach/Muslim motivational speaker for Singles and Couples – is a relationship-sensitive person, who finds himself by counseling and caring for the needs of others.
He has an instinctive ability to soothe people’s hurts, homing in on the sources of their pains. It is not by accident that he has chosen to find a role in the world as a preacher and nurturer in which he can address the hurts and lack of love in the lives of others.
Abdulfattah Adeyemi is a natural teacher, an Ustaz, who is able to convey not only information to people, but also with enthusiasm. With an uncanny ability to see what others miss, and to sense the subtle discord in relationships, his task is not so much to answer questions as to raise them.
He values change and transformation and has an almost reckless belief that marriages can work, and that a good marriage can always be better. Allah has granted him the psyche with a natural ability to grasp the unity behind what appears separate.
He has good insights into family and social values, loves to facilitate compromise, and loves to encourage Islamic ways to join family ties and fulfill all marital obligations with love and mercy. He selflessly sacrifices his time and energy to comfort the distressed, reassure the hopeless, support the weak, and direct the distracted.
With over 200 lectures recorded to his credit, when Ustaz (Dr.) Abdulfattah is not counseling, preaching, writing, teaching or learning, he would most likely be found…
Spending quality times with his family.
Hanging with his wide array of friends and fans.
Working on his Islamic Arts.
Presenting Islamic Programs on TV.
Collaborating with other stake holders to keep the youth off drugs and prepare them for the future.