Hello August

August is always such a beautiful month for me . In my native country of Zimbabwe, August is spring time. It represents the budding and springing you of new things. I get excited! Growing up, August was always school holidays. It meant visiting my maternal grandmother in the country side, being spoilt on farm produceContinue reading “Hello August”

Day 2

  Thank you Lord that you are a sun and shield around our children. Help them to understand and appreciate Your help and sustenance. May they know that in You is refuge and strength. We lift up in prayer those children and their families who may be going through very difficulty and challenging times, wouldContinue reading “Day 2”

Milestones

What is this about? The parenting webinar is a community initiative to build each other’s capacity and empower one another on the parenting journey. This was birthed from the understanding that it takes a village to raise a child. This is a concept that I am very familiar with having been brought up in Zimbabwe.Continue reading “Milestones”

Celebrate

Day 4 Tonight on the webinar we were discussing celebrating milestones. We acknowledged that we go through a lot of emotions as our children reach different milestones; first day at nursery, school, university, girlfriends etc. With the exam season just gone past, we encouraged each other that we should celebrate the effort we put intoContinue reading “Celebrate”

Anchor

Day -2 This hope [this confident assurance] we have as an anchor of the soul [it cannot slip and it cannot break down under whatever pressure bears upon it]–a safe and steadfast hope that enters within the veil [of the heavenly temple, that most Holy Place in which the very presence of God dwells],” ‭‭HEBREWS‬Continue reading “Anchor”

Grateful

I am alive and well and for that I’m grateful . I give thanks to the Lord for His many blessings towards me. For those who remember I started my gratitude jar on the 15th of February. Since then, I have realised so many things and achieved so much personally, professionally and socially. Somehow, myContinue reading “Grateful”