Help Not Required

By Jennifer Mann Few industries have grown as rapidly as technology. The past 40 years has seen the rise of the mobile phone, mobile internet communications, social networks, and super-fast internet. In fact, some phones are now more powerful than some laptops! However, I am a firm believer that with...

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Exodus – Part III

By Pastor Royston Smith Author and positive psychologist, Robert Biswas-Diener, wrote about the three kinds of complainers – chronic, venters and instrumental. Chronic complainers hinder progress by focusing on setbacks; while venters are attention seekers who consistently seek personal validations. However, those classified as instrumental, are typically problem solvers. Any...

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Exodus Part II

By Pastor Royston Smith When I think of Moses, my grandmother jumps into my mind, a little woman, gutsy and full of faith. She did not have much, yet she inspired us all to aspire, strive and achieve. To her, the sky was our limit and maybe not even. Not well-off, yet she was the local Food Bank- miraculously,...

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Happily Ever After

By Jenniffer Mann . Most children of a certain age, will tell you that every good story starts with ‘Once upon a time…” by the time the story closes with “…and they all lived happily ever after” the main protagonists have been through a number of life defining trials. Remember...

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Man on desert towards massive wave with the word Exodus in the centre

Exodus – Part I

By Pastor Royston Smith Reggae icon Bob Marley is considered inspirational to many. The lyrics in some of his music are uplifting and seem to echo the sentiments of prophetic messages. One such song is entitled ‘Exodus,’ which was recorded during a period of exile in London in the aftermath...

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