The Saving of an Afrikaner

It happened the moment I took the airplane breadroll into my hand, broke it open, feeling both the warmth and the artificial microwave crustiness in my palms. A friend had warned me that it happens to him after every Africa trip. The tears came, first gently, but then I felt the swell. The wave of […]

Come, join the Dance.

Yesterday I posted some thoughts on our Thursday night Story Gatherings. It’s a meeting time where girls from different places and stories come to bring their hearts and some form of creative expression. Being present and adding your voice to the discussion is counted too! This past week something else has shaped out of our […]

Remembering Robben Island: Journey into Forgiveness

I wrote this piece on Journey into Forgiveness two years ago. In the light of the recent Amahoro conference in South Africa, I am re-posting a slightly edited version here: South Africa is where my Story was born. I grew up in an all-white school with a rich heritage, but in those years I never […]