Loago Kgosietsile, a returning writer is a graduate lives and works in Palapye, Botswana. She is an avid reader and occasionally write notes her blog Elgeesite and loves traveling.She believes in women empowerment and admires women who strive towards becoming the best versions of themselves.She is a member of the Pentecostal Holiness Church. Enjoy!
As I was scrolling down my Facebook news feed I came across a quote by J.C. Ryle that reads, ‘Let us seek friends that will stir us up about our prayers, our bible reading, our use of time, our souls and our salvation.’ The quote stayed with me ever since. It did not only get stuck in my mind but it also got me thinking about the friends that I keep and how I choose them. I am one person who believes in friendship. I value friendship and it is usually never easy for me to give up on a friend.
Kutlo Olerilwe is a student of Accounting and the Project Coordinator for Rising Tswana. He attends Pentecostal Holiness Church. Enjoy!
A couple of years ago I read a story about an explorer and a butterfly that taught me something about how God loves us; and why we tend to misunderstand the way He goes about showing His love for us. The story goes something like this;
Bhina Kerekang is a resilient soul that believes in searching for one’s life purpose and calling good things upon one’s own life. She is an analyst by day and an aspiring writer at heart, with involvements in community development through Purple Crown Society.Enjoy!
Why do you fall silent when I call for you? When I need you the most? Any other day I feel you in my space even without trying, me Eden. Why not now when I am searching for you? Do you hear me? Are you even there?
These are my questions. Well, these were my questions during what was arguably the most difficult time of my life because no matter how I prayed I just wasn’t receiving my breakthrough.