Guest Post: Why Your Life May Need To Fall Apart by Norma Mzizi

  Becoming 'Norma Natural' has been a difficult, lonely yet fulfilling process. I was exhausted one Sabbath evening and as I lay on my bed I tried to figure out what it was that had me so tired on a day I should be feeling rejuvenated. Didn't the answer come pouring like an open tap.....I was … Continue reading Guest Post: Why Your Life May Need To Fall Apart by Norma Mzizi

The Hardest Thing About Being A Single Christian Woman

For whatever reason, God has seen it fit that I bear the cross of singleness in my life. And over the more recent years, I have been fortunate to see the blessing in my singleness.   Ever since I was in my pre-teens I have dreamt of getting married. At one point I would walk … Continue reading The Hardest Thing About Being A Single Christian Woman

Guest Post: How Going Natural Was A Journey Of Love by Paloma Ka-David Ncoco

    Are you confident? Headstrong? Did you believe "Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me?" So was I till the day I decided to do something different.   I was 17 going on 18 and I had been relaxing my hair for years. If it wasn't relaxed it … Continue reading Guest Post: How Going Natural Was A Journey Of Love by Paloma Ka-David Ncoco

Your Mess Is A Message

I spoke recently at a week of prayer targeted at young women and shared about purpose. God placed it on my heart to share about how there are many people (not just women) who have disqualified themselves from living a purposeful life for one of two main reasons.   They believe that they have made … Continue reading Your Mess Is A Message

Things I Wish Black African Queens Would Realize – Open Letter From A Black African King

  Dear black African Queen, Do you get that many civilisations are born through you and because of you? It may come to others as though I am being biased because I am black and have been raised by you, a black woman. If you look around, however, Nubian Queen, you’ll notice, many other races … Continue reading Things I Wish Black African Queens Would Realize – Open Letter From A Black African King

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: Maybe Things Need To Fall Apart by Larissa Subira

  I have been wracking my brain on what to write - what else I could say that has not been already said about abuse.  Many discussions have been had: we’ve been told the signs to watch out for (see the article from two weeks ago); and we’ve been told about the maladies in us … Continue reading Guest Post: Maybe Things Need To Fall Apart by Larissa Subira

Guest Post: Dealing With Disappointment When We Move In Faith by Rumbidzayi Dube

I am a thinker, a wonderer. When I am overwhelmed with thoughts and emotions, I find writing helps relieve the pressure like an acupuncture of the soul. I ‘recently’ took a step in faith. Well, it has been a journey of 20 odd months in the making with each stage requiring that I move in … Continue reading Guest Post: Dealing With Disappointment When We Move In Faith by Rumbidzayi Dube

Warning Signs That You Are In An Abusive/Unhealthy Relationship

  Disclaimer: This article should not be substituted for psychological/medical advice. It is based on personal experiences and lessons garnered from my studies and personal reading plus the experiences of those around me.   The issue of violence and abuse in the South African community has garnered much attention in recent months, and rightfully so. … Continue reading Warning Signs That You Are In An Abusive/Unhealthy Relationship

While You Wait: Insight from ‘A Time To Remember And Give’ Event by Larissa Subira

I recently had the pleasure of spending an amazing 3 hours with 8 beautiful women as we delved a bit deeper into the struggle of feeling left behind. I personally left that breakfast feeling as though I was exactly where God needed me to be. One of the ladies who attended the breakfast, Larissa Subira, … Continue reading While You Wait: Insight from ‘A Time To Remember And Give’ Event by Larissa Subira