Hello lovely people, pardon the silence. I've had a crazy few weeks, but I'm here now 🙂 A month ago, I wrote about guarding your heart and this post is going to be a continuation. Feel free to share your thoughts in the comment section. Keep your heart with all vigilance, for from it flow … Continue reading Guarding Your Heart | The Role Good Company Plays
...when things don't go according to plan.
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Are big expensive weddings really necessary? The answer is quite obvious, but maybe it isn't...
In celebration of father's day this year, I thought it was only right to have someone with experience write about fatherhood. Please welcome Nick William Mubanga, a producer and radio host at Radio christian voice in Lusaka, husband and father to a beautiful girl called Iman. Fatherhood /ˈfɑːðəhʊd/ noun 1. the state of being a … Continue reading Father’s Day Feature| The Meaning of Fatherhood by Nicholas Mubanga
If there's one thing I've learned in my many years of existence, its that some of life's lessons come from the most unexpected sources. I want to share some lessons I learned from some of my favourite animated movies. Feel free to comment with some of yours. 1. TROLLS Trolls reminded me that happiness is … Continue reading Real Life Lessons, From the Unreal World of Animated Films 📺🎬
You are only as worthy as you feel. People can tell you how wonderful you are, but if you don't believe it yourself then it's pointless. Life and the situations we find ourselves in make us forget who we are and we settle. Today I would like to share what knowing ones value means and … Continue reading Self Love | The Importance of Knowing Your Worth 💕🌹
When someone is good and kind, we say they have a nice heart. And we say someone has a bad heart when theyre mean and unkind. The heart plays an important role not only in the physical, but also the spiritual life of man. When we accept Jesus Christ as our savior, we invite him … Continue reading Wednesday Wisdom | Guarding your Heart.
Gospel artists justify collaborating with secular artists by saying things like "none of that matters, all that matters of my relationship with God"😩 but can we really see the God they claim in those collaborations? Or are such moves all about the money?
This is a little sad and it was not easy to share. It's something I haven't been through personally, but I have seen women go through the pain of losing a child and I know it's not easy. My heart goes out to those women 💕