Glenda

14 Jun 2020

#BlackLivesMatter

I was born in Mbabane, in the Kingdom of Eswatini many years ago and lived there for most of my life until a couple of years […]
25 May 2020

Your Serve

The President of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa, has put our future into our hands: “… as individuals, as families, as communities it is you who will […]
11 May 2020

Quit Bellyaching!

One of the most interesting aspects of any catastrophe is the number of experts the situation produces. Those who don’t quite have the cheek to pronounce […]
4 May 2020

Privilege Equals = ?

This is the story of two families, one father, two mothers. Or one husband and two wives. The man is my father. I am from the […]
2 May 2020

Suffering For Christ

I don’t believe there is a born again Christian on the face of this earth who does not desire to know Jesus, God the Father more […]
23 Apr 2020

Life After Lockdown

In so many ways the last four weeks have dragged, yet the time has flown by. I have achieved a small number of ticks against my […]
7 Apr 2020

A Flight of Whimsy

Something different for today. This is a piece I wrote a number of years back for fun, really. I needed to get a flow going and […]
3 Apr 2020

who is victor?

I have no doubt the majority of people reading this, certainly in South Africa, have had a letter from ‘my friend Victor’ whose niece is a […]
30 Mar 2020

Street walker

It is interesting how sound is magnified by silence. I live close to a main road and am used to the almost non-stop hum and rumble […]
4 Feb 2020

There is one

When I am alone Drowning in sadness The music of unrequited love Throbbing through my mind There is One whose arms fold gently around When fear […]
18 Jan 2020

Review: Deception Point

A fabulous romp!
10 Jan 2020

Tobacco wars

I found my mind flailed by too much information.
31 Dec 2019

A New Season, a new decade.

Towards the end of November a question was posed: As you near the end of this year, what are the highlights for you of the second […]
19 Dec 2019

Sticks and stones …

Words are powerful, they can bring life, they can also fatally wound.
10 Dec 2019

Loss

The febrile imagination born not of make believe, but of don't believe.
23 Oct 2019

A Dark and scary place

I couldn't focus in the mists that swirled in this foreign place.
29 Jul 2019

Of Living waters and rocks

Living Waters, anchored by the Rock that is Christ my Lord!
18 May 2019

Privilege? White, Black, Anyone’s?

Are these criteria for white privilege? Or is it only about money, how much one has, regardless of how one came about it? Is it that simple? Is the divide that neat?
13 Mar 2019

Beyond Despair

the depth of misery in the eyes of the young boy living on the street, the imperceptible shake of his head as I ask what I can do to help say more than words.
1 Feb 2019

Please, please, speak English!

Coming to terms with arcane web jargon
21 Dec 2018

God’s People are broke.

Close to 40 years after giving my life to Christ I obviously have many Christian friends, and right now a number of them, including me, are […]
5 Sep 2018

Humiliation of Shame

Today I bring forth an argument: To Shame or Not to Shame. I saw a post which decried sharing acts of abuse in open fora as […]