If your kids are anything like mine, I am pretty sure they constantly ask you random questions which need your utmost thought. Questions like, which is your third favourite food, or who is your second worst superhero? The thing about these questions, is you better think of the right answer ‘cos they will catch you out.
Strong, brave, fearless… But I am? These words aptly describe a warrior, a person who is indestructible, bold and courageous. A person who can take on the fiercest army and come out unscathed. And I am sadly none of these things. Not strong, not brave and certainly not fearless.
Have you ever wondered what does it mean to be a Child of God? And what was so important about being part of the family of God?
With it being Women’s Month, I really wanted to do a piece which would empower my readers. Initially I wanted to celebrate the month with an interview of a successful woman. Someone who could encourage us and point us to the path of true success.
I will be the first to say I love a good selfie. Though not a big fan of black and white ones but I always love a good selfie. When I got these notifications to post a selfie I thought it was just another superficial challenge.
I always considered myself good at multitasking, I could always manage various things at once, and I believe I still can. But lockdown just pushed me over the edge. Helping the kids with school, working, running the household, fears of the ‘what ifs’ with the virus, all proved to be too much for me. I finally found my breaking point.
Wow, what a ride the last 90 days has been. March 2020 saw life as we knew it come to a complete halt and the world changed right before our very eyes. This new and strange lockdown world was surreal...
I was so blessed this evening with this portion of scripture and this beautiful worship I thought I should share it with you too...
Moments before our President announced a 21 day lockdown for South Africa due to COVID-19, I was listening to a beautiful new worship song by Elevation Worship featuring Brandon Lake, Graves into Gardens… As I listened to the lyrics, I was immediately swept to the time I first gave my heart to the Lord…
There are many ideas of what a good marriage is and aren’t we all tiresomely trying to portray a pretty picture perfect, white picket fence marriage, when in reality, we are completely lost, having no idea what we got ourselves into? Ok, maybe it’s not so bad, but for most I’m sure it is quite a bumpy ride. I don’t think I could ever call Japheth and myself relationship goals but when I think about it, there are a few things I think we have gotten right.