• Book Review,  Spirituality & Purpose

    Don’t Settle for Safe By Sarah Jakes Roberts (Book Review)

    Don’t Settle for Safe: Embracing the Uncomfortable to Become Unstoppable By Sarah Jakes Roberts 208 pages Published April 18th, 2017 by Thomas Nelson Sarah Jakes Roberts is a popular and profound speaker, business woman, media personality and best-selling author. She is the author of “Colliding with Purpose”, “Dear Mary” and “Lost and Found”. Reading her words can be an invaluable and impactful experience just like hearing her speak or preach. I tried to play the “in one word’ game with ‘Don’t settle for Safe’ but I couldn’t. It is almost impossible to describe the entire book in just one word. Sarah, as usual poured out her heart and soul in…

  • Spirituality & Purpose

    The Girl Behind the Make Up

    About two years ago I was privileged to attend a make-up school on a scholarship. My experience at “Make-Believe” (the name of the school) was very exceptional and enlightening. Prior to attending the school, I thought there wasn’t a lot of work attached to the art of makeup but as I spent more time at the school, I began to realize that makeup goes beyond just the application of cosmetics to the face. It involves the systematic, creative and skilful application of cosmetics to not only the face but the entire body. This enhances a person’s beauty, alters or completely changes the look and appearance of an individual to mimic…

  • Purity,  Spirituality & Purpose

    Let God Drive Your Sex Drive || The Elephant In the Room (Part 1)

    Hello Beloved! I’m so glad you chose to read this post series! I pray it is a huge blessing to you. Just in case you are wondering, Peace is not a Pastor or a theologian, all she is writing was learnt from the practical school of life under the tutelage of the Holy Spirit, the Word and the wisdom she has gleaned from Mentors and Godly community. So, feel free to contribute and reprove in love if necessary. I understand it is very lengthy but please try to stick with me till the end! Grab a cup of coffee or a bowl of pop corn and relax! I promise you,…

  • Chronicles of the RUTH Generation,  Relationship & Singleness

    29 and Still Single

    Is it just me or are there actually some “emotions” that come along with being twenty-nine and still single? It was my birthday this year and while the birthday wishes from friends and family were pouring in, I was privileged to spend a short time with my mother. All through our time together, my mother’s attention was divided between her laptop and me albeit, for one moment she looked up and asked in an unusual finely composed tone “Wait… How old did you say you are again?” Now I was certain there was a real problem because even if my mum could not remember my age at that moment, which…