Meaningful Prayer by Pastor Sdu Blose

There’s always been something unsettling about how we were taught about prayer. During the early days of our spiritual formation, we were bombarded with how prayer was a way of talking to God, because if we didn’t, then God would be lonely.   It was always presented as a duty we needed to carry out, … Continue reading Meaningful Prayer by Pastor Sdu Blose

What I Wish Women Understood About Men by Landry Subira

Perhaps it’s the manner in which my mind works that I feel any blanket statement is a dangerous one. I’m not really able to speak for all men about all men. I am speaking on what I know, which is what I’ve seen in the last 30 years.   In my view, in general, there … Continue reading What I Wish Women Understood About Men by Landry Subira

How To Grow Longer and Thicker Hair by Patrina

  Does it seem like your natural hair is taking forever to grow? You want to have healthier hair, but you might be getting frustrated along your journey. Natural hair takes lots of time and patience. Plus, you need information and the right tools to have the hair you want. You probably only need to … Continue reading How To Grow Longer and Thicker Hair by Patrina

Marriage Is Lonely by Hlano

In the run up leading to your wedding I’m sure you received a ton of marriage advice. Some of it solicited, most of it unsolicited. And I’m sure in the many words of wisdom, quotes and tit bits that you’ve received, you’ve heard people say, “What goes on in your marriage is between you and … Continue reading Marriage Is Lonely by Hlano

Guest Post: I Was Hijacked By Lupus by Nompumelelo Simango

  Imagine driving down a quiet suburb, with beautiful scenery, on a Sunday afternoon and then suddenly you are confronted by a couple of assailants; they smash your window, demand that you get out of your car with a gun pointed in your direction. Can you imagine how you would feel? The fear, the confusion, … Continue reading Guest Post: I Was Hijacked By Lupus by Nompumelelo Simango

17 Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me When I Turned 21

  Towards the end of last year, my aunt asked me to help her put together some advice/words of encouragement for a young lady who was turning 21 years old. She asked me to think about what I wish I had been told or what I wish I had known at the age of 21. … Continue reading 17 Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me When I Turned 21

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 means is a story for another day - in the church community is a challenging … Continue reading Guest Post: The Joys Of Being A Single Woman In The Church Community by Larissa Subira

The Struggle of Feeling Left Behind

For the longest time now I have struggled with feeling left behind by my peers. It seems like in my life, things happen way after everyone else who has begun a journey with me. Over the more recent years, God has led me to appreciate that everyone’s story is different and there is a purpose … Continue reading The Struggle of Feeling Left Behind

My Natural Hair Care Regime – Washing

Me and my natural hair So I’ve been on this natural hair journey for a good 4+ years, and it has been an interesting one. I’ve written about why I decided to go natural and how I transitioned into being a naturalista. That is a decision I absolutely do not regret in my life. Nothing … Continue reading My Natural Hair Care Regime – Washing

Guest Post: 27 Years Single by Rumbi Dube

I recently turned 27. In those 27 years of being on this earth, I've never had a boyfriend. Sure, I've kissed a couple of guys, been in undefined and defunct situations with a few boys which left me confused, frustrated, heartbroken and stressed out trying to figure out what it was or wasn't or  would … Continue reading Guest Post: 27 Years Single by Rumbi Dube