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Silent Statues or Living Stones?

BlackLivesMatter has spread beyond Minneapolis, Minnesota and the issue of police brutality towards black people. Across the globe, in South Africa, and in many...

FACING THE FUTURE WITH FAITH

We caught up this week with Dr Kyle Sinclair who graduated in 2019 from the University of Cape Town and is presently doing his...

Pastoral Care in COVID-19: The Ministry of Presence

COVID-19 has ravaged our world as we know it, throwing our communities into disarray. Since the start of the global pandemic, we have faced...

Where Is God During COVID-19?

Is God punishing us with COVID-19? Does God even care about the death that COVID-19 is causing? Where is God during this challenging time? Many...

Feeling Lost in Lockdown

I was angry! I can’t remember exactly which day during lockdown I felt this way, as most days have blurred into one, but I...

GRANT PEERS ON SCRIPTURE UNION, COVID-19 AND PARENTING

Grant, let’s begin with the one question on everyone’s mind. Who’s taller, you or Tim Black? I must admit that I am really not sure,...

PRAYING WITH INTENTION

President Ramaphosa, our church leaders, even our neighbourhood WhatsApp groups are asking us to pray. We know we should pray, but what do we...

THE ONE THING YOU CAN DO DURING LOCKDOWN

There are many questions that plague our minds as we try deal with the Covid-19 global pandemic. Will I get it? How long will...

HELP! SCHOOL JUST WENT ONLINE

The extension of the lockdown in South Africa because of the Coronavirus pandemic means that school is online for the foreseeable future. How do...

A Wounded Resurrection

Our country and the world at large is consumed with conversation and panic about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Over the past several weeks we...
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