Waking up at 4.30am to prepare breakfast for the family,is not one of those easy things to do. For a mother it is not an option but a necessity. I woke up the other day,and as I was preparing the breakfast I found myself thinking how I manage to boil water for two of my … Continue reading MAMA’S NITTY GRITTY
There is nothing as shocking as waking up and finding the candidate you hoped would win in the election, is the loser. I am talking about USA. This is not my country but her political stability affects the whole world bearing in mind that USA is a big brother to most of the developing nations … Continue reading The shocker
Our last born daughter has just completed her secondary school education at eighteen years. I have been praying for God to give me wisdom on how to handle her. The other two children are very different in character and I knew this one will be different also. Last week, she wanted to visit her uncle … Continue reading Parenting
Lessons from a mother
It is now three years since my mother passed on but I still feel pain when I think about her. I am a mother of young adults but that does not change the fact that I miss calling her "Mami" which is how I used to call her. I am grateful to God for a … Continue reading Lessons from a mother
Establishing a family altar
Recently I was talking to some friends and I realised that not many Christians have established a family altar(some designated place in the house where family share the word of God at scheduled time).Most ladies felt it was a difficult thing bearing in mind that people have jobs and so they do not have time … Continue reading Establishing a family altar
The pride of a mother
Every moment in my life I pray for our children. There is no day that passes without thinking about our children. Sometimes I wonder whether other mothers are like me. Now they are all young adults but I still find myself petitioning for them before God. When they were young, I worried about their health, … Continue reading The pride of a mother
8 ways to spot your prospect’s dominant emotions
How do you know what your prospects are feeling? 1. Walk a mile in your prospect's shoes. This means that you sit back and think about your prospects. At age 50 years and above,one wakes up with various aches in the body. See yourself going to see a doctor and complaining of a pain on … Continue reading 8 ways to spot your prospect’s dominant emotions
God answers prayers!
Purity(not her real name) and I have been leading a ladies bible study class in our local church for a period of time. Before the end of last year, I suggested to Purity that we need to give other ladies a chance to teach this class. At first she did not like the idea but … Continue reading God answers prayers!
Mom,You are the greatest!
I thought being a mother of a teenager and two young adults will be easier than when they were younger. That is not the case. When these children were young,they would listen to instructions and follow to the letter and if they are not sure,they would ask. They were always eager to learn everything we … Continue reading Mom,You are the greatest!
Life at a glance
Sometimes people take for granted the family. I have come to know that family are the only people who you cannot choose. One can choose friends or enemies but family are always part of you.Their different characters mold you into who you are. You must be ready to accept their variations and learn from them.