Words do have power…

I remember a visit from my colleagues from work after we lost our baby. Around that time we were getting  a number of visitors , as it is common from both our christian and African culture for people to see you during your time of loss. At times, such a time becomes awkward for both... Continue Reading →

Life is a story and time is a storyteller.  Sometimes the play script of life takes turns we never imagine, making it feel like story lines are thrown our way we would rather not  be part of and unlike a movie, there is only one take. We carry on, holding the words of God in... Continue Reading →

Balance is key

God told Joshua not to go to the left or right of the Lord’s commandments. What does this mean. In other words God was telling Joshua, avoid extremes, have a balanced view of things. Bazalwane, BALANCE IS KEY!! 1. I have spoken with a lot of people who subscribe to reformed theology (Cessationist). They don’t... Continue Reading →

Stranger in my home

Things are no longer the same. The other day I had a dream that got me thinking about the state of things in the era we are living in. I remember bits and pieces of it but the main thing was how I was approached by two gentlemen at a mall. Initially they were wearing... Continue Reading →

Hope amidst uncertainties.

When Themba was in matric, hopes and dreams were easy to have because he hadn’t experienced the difficulties of this world. He hadn’t failed a course as yet, hadn’t been sent a, “ we regret to inform you that…” unsuccessful letter from that company he had always dreamed of working for. Dreams- they became even... Continue Reading →

Then and now- 23 June

(our situation won't be like this forever, God will change it) "Seemo  sa rena se ka se dule se le bjale, Morena o tla se fetola" 23 June 2018 I held the lifeless body of my daughter after 28 hours of labour and an hour of delivery, who we later had to bury- proper select... Continue Reading →

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