Guest Post: The Joys Of Being A Single Woman In The Church Community by Larissa Subira

Oh the journey of being a single woman in the church community, where does one begin?  Let’s just say I’m an old hand at this game, and the journey of a single woman of ‘marriageable age’ – what that even…

A Time To Remember And Give Event

Hi bAw Family, As promised, this year will see a number of events on our calendar as we seek to cater to the needs of the bAw family. We really appreciated those who took the time to fill out the…

Guest Post: “Speak Your Mind… Except To Me” by Rumbidzayi Dube

Source: Shutterstock Online I am my father’s daughter. Opinionated. Headstrong. Vocal. I speak my mind. A reflection of our patriarch. Qualities that my father himself has admired in me yet struggled to embrace since I was a child. I’ve had…

To The Man I Love, But Am Yet To Meet

Me in beautiful Cape Town in July 2015 You see me. All of me. And not once have you shrunk back from my awkward talkative nature or loud laugh or my desperate need to analyse everything. Instead, you have a…

5 Reasons Every Young Woman Needs a Female Mentor

The amazing women who have poured into my life. Thank you! Happy New Year family! I hope you had a lovely break and that your 2017 has got off to a good start so far. I’m pretty sure that some…

Guest Post: Busted! Caught Red-Handed by Sithabile Sibanda

Photo Cred: MTG Focus   “She is more precious than rubies: and all the things thou canst desire are not to be compared unto her.” – Proverbs 3:15 Do you know your value? Are you aware of what you are…

5 Warning Signs of a Christian Guy Who is Going to Waste Your Time

Photo Cred: Madame Noire Online I’ve been witnessing and reflecting on a rather disturbing way of relating between guys and girls in our society today – and most especially in the church. Particularly how girls allow themselves to become entangled…

Guest Post: Marooned by Rumbi Kanyangarara

Photo Cred: 500px.com We met at the port. Because we barely knew each other, he suggested we take an inexpensive wooden raft, while others boarded fancy boats and massive cruise ships. But hey, why complain? I was finally leaving the…

Guest Post: I Am a Christian and I Am a Womanist, Do You Mind? by Euphony Paballo Kgadima

In the 21st century, or rather the information age, we still find women especially black women being marginalized and ostracized - by virtue of being black and woman. I have gravitated more towards womanism than feminism - I just felt…

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