Patricia has been a member of the Firm Faith Church since she was a toddler. She started with toddler Sunday school classes until she served in the church praise and worship team. She was a down to earth, humble and beautiful young lady who was always available to serve in the Lord’s house. A lot …
Is it only me or time is just racing these days? I mean just yesterday it was January and now we have less than two weeks and the year will be gone just like that. We will be welcoming the new year, 2018. For me 2017 was a bittersweet year. I had a lot to …
Loago Kgosietsile, a returning writer is a graduate lives and works in Palapye, Botswana. She is an avid reader and occasionally write notes her blog Elgeesite and loves traveling.She believes in women empowerment and admires women who strive towards becoming the best versions of themselves.She is a member of the Pentecostal Holiness Church. Enjoy!
Weeks back as I was scrolling down my Instagram timeline I came across a powerful post about people being hurt by the church. I shared the post to some people because it resonated with me in so many ways and I was compelled to write this piece.
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I have been reading a bit about Mary of Bethany and her sister Martha. My interest was more in Mary and how Jesus had said She has chosen the ‘ONE THING’ (Luke 10:38-42) I was wondering why He said that. In my understanding of the guest/host relationship, naturally, it’s the host who does all the necessary things to ensure that the guest feels at home.Martha did the cooking and the necessary preparations for Jesus’s visit to their home. Is that not what a ‘normal person would do when Jesus came to their house?’I mean its Jesus!!It would be awesome cooking a dish for him, right? But Jesus described her as someone who was concerned with many things. What?!Why!?
Nonetheless, He is Jesus!!I believe it will be really great if He ministered to those He visit not the other way round.We need Him.
My curiousity and wonder led me to John 11…
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Happy Monday everyone! New week, new goals, new challenges and most definitely new blessings!
We are baaaack again with another interview! It’s going to be smashing. Today we have LOAGO on the blog, and I must say… her hair will leave you with a jaw drop. She was kind enough to indulge me, and I find her to be sweet and willing to share and teach other naturals. Let’s jump right into it.
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Question One: Why did you choose to become a Naturalista?
I did not want to relax my hair anymore.
Question Two: Did you big chop (BC) or transition?
My hair was damaged by relaxers. So I decided to cut it and start afresh.
Question Four: What did you discover about going the natural route?
Well at first I thought it would be an easy route for me when it came to…
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I think most of us sometimes takes the fact that God always talks to us lightly. We do not want to fully acknowledge that God speaks to us in so many ways because most of the time we ignore Him or delay to listen to Him. I had to think about all of this this …
I know that this is a cliche title but its what I found fit for this piece. The other day I was having a conversation with my boss and she was telling me that she needed a powerful prayer partner because she felt she wasn't praying enough. I asked her what she meant by not …