Two years ago today, I made one of the most important decisions I would ever make in my life, getting water-baptized. I am excited to share more of the story with you.
Fear of missing out (FOMO) cripples many when it comes to stepping away from the screen and keys for even a while. I took a break off #socialmedia, and here are a few of the things I learned. Enjoy reading
Social media can be such a drug. It is easy to get addicted and dependent on it for all forms of assurance and validation, sometimes without even realizing. How am doing after 12 days away from it?
It’s 2019 already. I am so grateful to God for the opportunity to start and to do great stuff in this new year. If I can encourage you to do one thing, it would be to travel light into and through this year. Read further to see what I mean. Happy new year.
I can’t believe it has already been one year of blogging.
I started out quite scared and uncertain about the terrain. Along the journey, I have had the opportunity to learn so much and in this piece I reflect on the journey so far and some of the lessons learned. Come along.
So, you meet your friend and start to talk. You listen intently as she recounts how helpful your previous chat had been to her and had helped her see her situation from a completely different angle. ‘Tell me again what I said to you’, You interject before she’s done, ‘because I really need to hear…
‘Oh they say that it’s impossible to ever save a sinner’s soul but my God says to the prodigal, ‘My beloved one, you are welcome home Your mercy triumphs over judgement Love wider than horizons Stronger than all sin Lord, your kindness Leads us to repentance To the heart of God, Your heart oh God,…
You’re probably wondering what Ikea has to do with the Bible. You‘d be surprised to know. It‘s not exactly what you think. I was quite delighted to make this ‚discovery‘ and I know you will too. Enjoy.
In- between services yesterday, I had the opportunity of sitting with two lovely ladies and having casual chats about life and just pretty much anything that crossed our minds. It was interesting to note while talking to both of these ladies, that each sported a ring, simple but eye- catching nonetheless on a finger. I…
Do you know that your story is not over? That no matter who you are, where you are right now or have been in the past or what you have done, that there is hope for you? Not later but now!! The message of the cross is love, love that gives hope to live now, a life that glorifies God and so much more. I write about the message of the cross here.