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A Borderless Love: A Call to Serve Foreigners in our Midst

“Justice is turned back, and righteousness stands far away; for truth has stumbled in the public squares,and uprightness cannot enter.” (Isaiah 59:14). Something is broken in our nation. While the stories of xenophobic attacks in late 2019 and the recent tragedy and loss of foreign nationals like Enock Mpianzi quickly fade in the cacophony of our busy lives, as Christians there is a need to awaken to the deep fractures that exist in our hearts in South Africa.

The Great Exodus: A Christian Response to Emigration

“And He made from one man every nation of mankind to live on all the face of the earth, having determined allotted periods and the boundaries of their dwelling place....” - Acts 17: 26

Keeping Dreams Alive in the Face of Challenge

Meet Sacha van der Merwe - a wife and mother. Nothing of her present day posture speaks to the life challenges she has had to overcome. Her story is one where God’s grace touches a woman’s strength and resilience. Sacha was born a Jew. She grew up exploring various forms of spirituality, from esoteric mediums to Buddhism, as well as seeking answers to life’s toughest questions in many self-help courses. Her search for truth in many sources only left her deeply unfulfilled. She married early but was divorced by 22.

How to re-launch your post-Covid-19 career in the hospitality sector

It goes without saying that we are living in very trying times at the moment. Regarding work opportunities in South Africa in the hospitality industry post the lockdown, it is known that competition is going to be very stiff and places for alumni to consolidate and grow their skills are limited. Exploring other options further afield may just be the perfect departure and platform former hospitality students will need to launch or re-launch their careers in the industry.

A Place Called Home: Esteeming the eternal in a shaken world

In no other time in the history of the world is the idea of home been so important. While the home and family has been under attack for years, since the global corona pandemic the pervasive narrative over the past few months is one that encourages people to “stay home” shielded from the virus. For a few of the characters in the bible “home” however took on the form a cave, a prison, a room or a hole at any given time. The scriptures go on to record Jesus saying in Luke 9: 57-62 that he had no physical home or place on the earth to lay his head.

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