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Happy New Year! It feels like I haven’t blogged in forever. Whilst I don’t intend to return to weekly blog posts, I am aiming to blog more regularly than of late. The most important lesson I learned in 2020 is undoubtedly that I need to see myself the way that God sees me. This lesson […]

January 1, 2021


“Then He called His twelve disciples together and gave them power and authority over all demons, and to cure diseases. He sent them to preach the kingdom of God and to heal the sick.” (Luke 9:1-2) Journal Entry After demonstrating how to heal diseases and get rid of demons, Jesus gives His disciples the same power. […]

June 13, 2020


I don’t know about you, but I get convicted of a lot things through various means (devotions, sermons, or spiritual events etc) and then forget about it afterwards. Somehow the messages that were stirring at the time, or the powerful devotions that were enlightening, disappear into oblivion. If the lessons were so important, why aren’t […]

May 8, 2020


In my walk with Christ, there are some days where I find it easier to believe the worst rather than the best. It could be anything from doubt that I’ve truly been forgiven, or trust that He truly has my best interests at heart; I register them as faulty thoughts yet seem incapable of overriding […]

April 24, 2020


There are a few individuals in my life who are fortunate enough to get preferential treatment. I’ll willingly do things for them that I might not for others. Often times my agreement is accompanied by a wry smile and a variation of “you’re lucky it’s you.” In an ideal world, though… I’d go the extra […]

April 3, 2020


When I was younger, one of the things that I enjoyed doing were my LAMDA verse and prose exams. On the day of the exam, I had to give my best ever performance. I aimed to execute everything I’d rehearsed to elevate my interpretation of each piece. Unfortunately, there are people who also treat church […]

March 6, 2020


Looking back over the years, I’d say I’ve gotten much better at receiving uncomfortable or unwanted information. I’ve reacted in a multitude of ways… from anger to tears and overthinking to indifference. It takes a lot of maturity to refrain from responding emotionally to information that is in some way displeasing. “So all those in […]

February 7, 2020


I don’t know about you, but I’m always apprehensive about things that take me outside my comfort zone. On the other hand, I’m also eager to expand my skill set… catch-22, right? Whilst I would prefer to stick to things that I know I’m comfortable with, I’m learning that the ‘scary’ things aren’t always as […]

January 10, 2020


Social Media Question #5: “How should we deal with our emotions?” [More specifically, maintaining a balance of being unfazed by hurtful comments or experiences, but also remaining grounded when receiving praise or compliments.] “He was despised and rejected— a man of sorrows, acquainted with deepest grief. We turned our backs on Him and looked the […]

September 6, 2019


On paper I’m a British citizen and I’ve lived in the UK for most of my life. However, I’ve lost count of the amount of times I’ve been asked where I’m ‘really’ from. Although I’m Rwandan by heritage, my inability to speak the language (fluently), and the fact I’ve never been there, makes me feel […]

February 8, 2019