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Our Zimbabwe , Our responsibility

By |July 17th, 2016|

For anyone who has been following events in Zimbabwe over the last few months it is truly an exciting time in our Nation of birth.

So Pastor Evan has gone to South Africa to attend meetings and Social Media is awash with rumours of asylum claims and plots and twists in the story. Some were in […]

No Longer an Orphan 2

By |June 17th, 2016|

I first heard this term “Orphan Spirit ” a few weeks ago, but it wasn’t until I read the prophetic message that was written about Zimbabwe that it really made sense to me especially in relation to people from Zimbabwe.

We all have orphan spirits at some point in our lives, regardless of who is raising […]

No longer an Orphan

By |June 8th, 2016|

The prophetic word below prompted me to look over and dig deeper into the meaning of having an orphan spirit . As I  read about it I got really excited and decided to share some of my thoughts findings with you all.

I read this prophetic word  about Zimbabwe  from Martin Bower, SA.
Please read with much grace. […]

Hoping against hope

By |February 5th, 2016|

The story of Abraham always intrigues me and encourages me. I read this bible verse this morning and it gave me such hope for the people who I meet on a daily basis who face many challenges in life. It gave me hope for the challenges that I face as well. We all go through […]

It is good !

By |January 3rd, 2016|

Genesis 1 vs 31 “It was very good and He approved it completely”
This verse in the bible refers to God’s words after he completed his six days of creation. He took time to look over everything and he was really pleased with it. He admired his handiwork and said this is VERY good .

As […]

Dealing with Grief over the Holidays

By |December 26th, 2015|

I saw an elderly man in Ikea just before Christmas. He was buying two mugs presumably for him and his wife. I just felt my eyes well up and couldn’t understand why. He was Sekuru Midzi’s age and just triggered a memory of my late father. Christmas and holiday festivities bring up all sorts of […]

Influence for Men

By |December 11th, 2015|

I am so excited and expectant about the second Influence for Men Conference. The first one was a great success and the organisers received excellent feedback and demand for more meetings. I am thankful to them for agreeing to put on another Day Conference for men.
There is a huge difference between men and women which […]

Are you bleeding ?

By |November 27th, 2015|

Been reading the story of the women with the issue of blood in the bible and it’s really blessed me.

“Daughter, your faith has healed you. Go in peace and be freed from
your suffering” (Mark 5:34 NIV).
The story of the woman with the issue of blood can be found in Mark 5:24–34. […]

Journey to British Citizenship Part 3

By |November 10th, 2015|

I recall going to Extra Personnel in Coventry and looking for a secretarial job. I failed the typing test dismally. The recruitment agent even made me do the test again and my score was still dismal. They told me that they would keep my details on file and if anything came up they would let […]

My journey to British Citizenship Part 2

By |November 10th, 2015|

I struggled to get a job and was quickly told to forget pursuing a career in law. I struggled so much and fell into what I can now only describe as a depression. I cried so much. I missed my little boy terribly. I felt so guilty for leaving him in Zimbabwe. I found it […]