Kwame Samuel Rubadiri,age 20, grew up in Gaborone but lives in Berlin. He moved there to do a gap year (internship) at the Every Nation Kirche Berlin and during his time there, God slowly began to extend his stay by planting the idea of studying Psychology there as well.He always enjoys reading a good book, sometimes in German too.He loves to sing and fellowship with friends. Although,he is also really looking forward to see revival breakout in Germany and witness a nation that gave us the Bible, turn back to God.
Father, where are you taking me
Father, through the fog it’s hard to see
Resego Otlhabanye is a twenty something year old with nothing but sunshine and melody. She serves under worship at His People Church and works at Adapt IT. She studied in Malaysia is an Advisor for Rising Tswana. Enjoy!
Once upon a time there was OutKast, The Misfits, Bone Thugs N Harmony, The Rebels, Odd Foot of Grunts, Mayhem, you name it. The list is quite endless.
Phomolo Wendy Matleelane loves reading, writing poetry and jotting down insights. She attends Compass International Ministries. She currently works as a Research Assistant at the Ministry of Local Government in Gaborone. God has faithfully pursued her with His love for so many years. For Him, she waits. Enjoy!
The current struggle that we have today inside and outside the church is fitting in. It is apparent often God allows things to happen to us to rock our boats so that we come to our senses. You can call it a mighty divine interruption as we are on our way to distraction onto the rails of destiny. Then only do we get time to be touched by God. It reminds me of the former Saul of Tarsus who later became the famous epistle writer of all time Apostle Paul. The Bible records that while on his way to Tarsus on a very passionate mission to massacre Christians, the Lord appeared to him. I mean Jesus turned his horse upside down, log stalk and barrel, which left him struck blind for a period that lasted 3 days. The whole encounter changed Saul’s life completely and generationally continues to change our lives today. Hence the poem below…….!
Keabetswe Molotsi is a born again woman and in love with the English language. She is a lawyer by profession but a high school teacher by passion and has recently just broken into the field. She would say that she is an artist because that is her heart. She is also trying to expand musically so in addition to playing the guitar, she has been learning the bass and maybe singing . Presently her driving force has literally been, “Meh, why not? Go for it.” She attends His People Church Gaborone and serves at youth ministry and music. Enjoy!
About seven years ago I sat in my bedroom holding a University of Botswana application form. I was so uncertain about my choice that I only wrote down two options. I couldn’t be bothered with a third because I didn’t want to go there in the first place. I simply wasn’t ready. My second choice was Architecture. I figured I liked drawing anyway so hey, who not. My first was LLB 260, that’s what they called it on the programme brochure. Legum Baccalaureus. I had to google the meaning and discovered that it was simply Bachelor of Laws in Latin.