HAPPY INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES to all my fellow people with disabilities. This is our day to celebrate and honour each other and of course celebrate ourselves. Last night I participated in a Twitter chat/ discussion hosted by AbleChildAfrica which gave me an idea for this blog post. I will share The theme…… Continue reading International Day of Persons With Disabilities.
Mama I was on tv talking about my blog. 🙂 On the 27th of August 2016, I met Dorcas Utkovic of Oz African TV at a media workshop hosted by a local organisation in the city of Melbourne. After the workshop Dorcas came up to me and said “I want you on the show on…… Continue reading My First TV Interview.
The enemy always attacks the areas of our lives where God has blessed or favoured. Instead of questioning why the attack is happening rejoice and launch your counter attack. The thing is the tricks of the enemy are not new, they are so old and easily identifiable through the help and revelation of the Holy…… Continue reading The Enemy Attacks Where God Has Favoured.
The Zimbabwe International Women’s Awards took place on the 29th of October in Leicester, England in which I was nominated for the Blogger of the Year award. Whilst I did not get the award, I feel so honoured to have been nominated for such a prestigious award. This is the first official recognition I have…… Continue reading Award Winning Blogger.
I was listening to a John Gray sermon the other day and he dropped some deep revelation I wanted to share. Matthew 3:13-17 13 Then Jesus came from Galilee to John at the Jordan to be baptized by him. 14 And John tried to prevent Him, saying, “I need to be baptized by You, and are You…… Continue reading Your Sonship Is Secure.
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Have you ever listened to a great sermon, or had a revelation from God through his word and then thought, wow, that was deep, but i will act on it tomorrow? I have, many times, recently while i was listening to a sermon by Christine Caine at the Code Orange Revival,…
Dear disability activists I have learnt there is no one size fits all and your approach matters. Disability activists are some of the most passionate people I know especially the ones that have disabilities themselves. We are passionate about disability rights because we have lived experience. Our experience of ablesim dictates that we are unapologetically…… Continue reading Dear Disability Activist.