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Who Are You ? 

I am on a flight from Scotland with one hour to kill. So just felt led to write this post which I really believe will bless someone.

I have worked as a Solicitor for the last 8 years. I am passionate about my work and about my clients. The majority of my caseload is immigration law […]

By |August 17th, 2015|Family, Word Of God|0 Comments

ZIWA Awards

I am so excited to have been nominated for the ZIWA Awards in the Humanitarian Category. I am so honoured to have been selected and shortlisted amongst some pretty amazing women.
I am a Solicitor by profession but my passion is people. I love people and want to do my best to make a lasting difference […]

By |August 13th, 2015|Family|0 Comments

Birth of Marriage Bed of Marriage and Brevity of Marriage 

Muchada and I were privileged to speak at a Couples Seminar in Wolverhampton on Friday 24 July 2015. The couples dinner was hosted by Pastors Ivy and Emmanuel Kapofu of ILC Church. They are humble amazing servants of God who are doing a great job in Wolverhampton.

We were asked to speak on three phrases relating […]

By |July 30th, 2015|Slider left|0 Comments

Greatest gift you can give your loved ones…….

It’s Sekuru Midzi’s birthday on 1 July. He would have been 73. I cannot believe that my father is no more. I have learnt over the last year the importance of obedience to the small still voice. Travelling to Zimbabwe is very expensive for a family of five and so we had agreed that I […]

By |June 30th, 2015|Family|0 Comments

Reflections on Fathers Day

Like other holidays and special days, Father’s Day can be especially hard for those who are mourning the loss of a loved one.

For the first time I have realised the pain and the loss that many people will feel in the run up to and on this day. As I see my children’s excitement at […]

By |June 20th, 2015|slider right|0 Comments

Facing the Challenges of Raising Children in the Diaspora

Social media has been buzzing with chats and discussions about raising children in the diaspora.
Raising children in England as a first generation migrant has unique challenges . Raising children is a challenge on its own. When we add all the other challenges of relocating and settling into a new environment , a new culture , […]

By |June 8th, 2015|Family, Immigration and Migrants, slider right|0 Comments

SET YOURSELF FREE FROM FEAR

 

I have been motivated to write on fear and how it limits us and causes us to live beyond our full potential by the number of people who I meet through my work who are living in captivity and fear. Fear is a self imposed prison “Fear is a prison, where you are the jailer. […]

By |June 4th, 2015|Family, Uncategorized, Word Of God|0 Comments

Climbing the mountain!

This Sunday my husband and I celebrate 17 years of marriage.

Our marriage has had twists and turns, ups and downs, good times and bad times. I have learnt so many valuable lessons throughout the past 17 years.

Today I was reminded of one key lesson as we went on an adventure in Cornwall with my family.

We […]

By |May 28th, 2015|Family, Word Of God|0 Comments