Monday, August 20, 2018

3 Minute Dagstukkies Boek Vir Meisies


'3 Minute Dagstukkies wat 'n meisie se taal praat en raad gee sonder om prekerig te wees... Elke dag se stukkie ontmoet jou daar waar jy is en is 'n wonderlike manier om jou dag te begin of af te sluit. 
Vir elke weeksdag is daar 'n Bybelvers om oor na te dink, en 'n kort en kragtige oordenking.
Ouers bedoel goed, maar weet hulle regtig waarmee jy as meisie gekonfronteer word? Dis hoekom hierdie dagstukkies vir meisies geskryf is - om met daardie moeilike vrae en situasies te help. 
Leandie du Randt Bosch, Joe Foster, Stass van Onbeskaad, Vicki Fourie en nog baie ander praat reguit oor goed soos groepsdruk, die versoeking om af te skryf in 'n toets of om saam te slaap. Daar is ook troos en raad vir die tye wanneer jy 'n vriend of vriendin verloor, jou ouers skei of jy met selfvertroue sukkel.
Wat hierdie dagstukkieboek uniek maak, is die joernaalbladsy waar jy net jouself kan wees en elke naweek gedagtes, idess, gedigte, drome en geestelike pitkos kan neerskryf.'

Bestel die boek hierso:
https://voelgoedboeke.co.za/product/3-minute-dagstukkies-vir-meisies/

Friday, March 16, 2018

Avanti: ‘Is Jy Ook ‘n Dappermuis?’

What an honour! There’s an article about me in the La Rochelle Paarl Girls High magazine/newspaper called Avanti. 
A special thanks to Carmari Marais for writing this special article.
(To my English friends: This article is titled ‘Is Jy ‘n Dapper Muis?’, which means ‘Are You a Brave Mouse?’) 

More about this dynamic online publication:

‘Avanti is La Rochelle GHS’ quarterly school magazine. The name ties in with our school motto, en avant which in French means, “forward.” Our school considers “moving forward” and continually progressing in every facet of education, an integral part of our DNA. Thus, en avant has proven to be relevant for the Avanti when it became an online magazine in January 2015.’ 

You can read the whole issue here:
https://issuu.com/avanti_lar/docs/avanti_term_1_2018_issuu

Thursday, February 8, 2018

The Gathering: Prophetic Activation Ministry


This previous Wednesday at The Gathering I led a Prophetic Activation Ministry. 
It was powerful and people were activated in their inheritance as sons and daughters. 
It was a fun, fun, fun time of learning how to hear God's voice and encouraging one another to walk boldly into what God has planned for each one of us!

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

The Gathering: Prophetic & Impartation Ministry


Thank you so much for having me today, Ladies Ministry of The Gathering! 
I had a wonderful time sharing on my experiences at Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry (which I did from September 2016 till May 2017). 
I shared specifically on what it means to live with the heart of a daughter and not from an orphan heart (which we so often do from a 'religious mindset'). 
We also did a time of impartation and prophetic ministry as well, which was so spontaneously led by the Holy Spirit. 
What a blessing today was!

Thank you Carol Broom for inviting me.

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Conteu Magazine:The Sound of Silence


I am very excited to share this wonderful news with you:
My first brand new article in two years is now online!
Click on the link to read it:
https://www.conteu.com/stories/unique-sound-of-silence

Sunday, November 12, 2017

Umbani Radio Station: US Interview


Tonight I was interviewed by a radio station based in New York, USA. It was in connection to the Tributes Award that I won recently. The interview was broadcasted LIVE and I had so much fun doing it (with help from my mother, of course).
Thank you for the honour, Musa & Kuli!

Friday, October 27, 2017

Valhalla Arts: Tributes Winner



In 2014 I won the Valhalla Arts Tributes Award in the 'Creative Category' for my works as motivational speaker & writer.
I won the same award again this year and I had the chance to attend the Gala Dinner in Centurion tonight!
This award was given to me by the National Department of Arts & Culture. 

More information on this prestigious awards event: 
'The TRIBUTES Excellence Awards initiative involves identifying, profiling and celebrating high-profile women with disabilities that have left lasting legacies in various fields of society. Each year 13 women with disabilities are identified (with one celebrated posthumously) and invited from all over South Africa to be recognized in a one-day fun-filled celebration that is hosted by Valhalla Arts and support partners.'