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  • The “M” Word

    (Please note that this article is written from a female perspective, but it may be good for guys as well as girls to read. I think in this day and age, modesty no longer applies just to females and that males have to be discerning in what they choose to wear too.) A Hot Topic […]

  • Life with AJ
  • Summer Camp 2014

    It was my turn in the circle of thirty-something to introduce myself, “Hello, my name is AJ, I am from Sandton Bible Church and one interesting fact about me is that I play the flute.” “Hi AJ,” the thirty-something enthusiastic teenagers and young adults replied. I remember thinking “If I had ever gone to pre-school, […]

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  • Lessons From a 3 Year Old

    I am one of the luckiest girls in the world. I am the oldest of four children. Jessica who is twelve, Cael (whom we call “Boy”) who is three and Cadence who is currently thirteen months old. There are almost fourteen years between me and Boy and so I have gotten to observe his growing […]

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  • One Step At A Time

    “So what are your plans for after school?” I don’t think I am the only teenager/high school student that gets asked this question a lot. Everyone from my aunt and grandmother to the teacher who lives next door to the random stranger I start talking to on the plane asks me this question. From age […]

  • Youth
  • Back for a little while

    I have the afternoon off so that I don’t overload with History facts. Writing is one of my favourite hobbies so I will write a few posts and have one release every few days until the end of my exams. Thanks for being understanding about my abscence and please don’t forget to check twitter for daily thoughts.

  • Youth
  • Priorities

    This blog is here for me to share my thoughts regularly and to keep you updated on my missions work. Right now though I am focusing on exams. My exams run until 8 November and so I will not be posting to this blog until the 9th at least if not later. I will not […]

  • Check that attitude
  • What Happened?

    In South Africa on the 16th of June we celebrate a public holiday known a Youth Day. We celebrate this day in commemoration of the Soweto Uprising in 1976. Twenty thousand students from many different schools joined together to protest against a government announcement that had just been made: Half the school curriculum including Maths […]

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  • You Can Change The World

    Read this article: Samantha and Savannah age 18 raised 22000 to fight hunger I am 16 years old. I know that I have not spent the four years of teen life that I’ve had in the best way I possibly could. Samantha and Savannah are only 2 years older than me and they raised over […]