• Taking back the love 

    Mess and chaos – the definition of a relationship where trust and commitment is non-existent. Tapiwa and Yasmin Senah both had decisions to make: either they remained the same or took back w hat was lacking to make their relationship work. Did you like this? Share it:Tweet
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    One disease, one family, one fight! 

    “I will never forget the way my father passed away,” says Mercy Adeoshun, a nurse from Peckham. “It was so sudden. One day he just collapsed and died, just like that! It was only after the post-mortem that we found out he had ischemic heart disease (HD).

    overcome my problems, some kind of mistake, the same disease,

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    I fought for my immigration status, so my family could be together! 

    I was in a totally different country, unemployed, without documents, and sharing a house with more than ten people.

    a better life, I took back my freedom, I used my faith,

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  • Take Back: FAQ’s

    Why should I attend?  If you realise that your family unit has been disrupted by an external factor, be it sickness, financial strains or addictions, and you recognise that something needs to be done to claim back the totality you once had, then this event is for you. When is the event?  The Take Back […]
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    I refused for my finances to affect my family

    Sharon Shepherd faced a change of careerSharon, a change that was not her choice. Subsequently, she found herself in a position where she was lost and did not know which direction to take.

    a new career, fighting for myself, she was lost,

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    Family: Putting the pieces back together

    Family. The word alone has positive connotations of happiness, unity and togetherness. In the mind’s eye, one sees parents and children having dinner together, spending time together, laughing and enjoying each other’s company. But is this what you see when you think of family? Some people would prefer to forget the harsh reality of their […]

    God, local UCKG branch, parents and children, the family unit,

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  • Is it for me?

    We don’t have much but we’re still a happy family. Is it for us? Yes. Even though your family is united, which is hard to come by these days, it is not wrong to fight for prosperity. When you have more at your disposal, you are able to do more for yourself and your family. […]

    fight for prosperity, prevention is better than cure, take back your love life,

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    Sunday of Signs

    From the stop signs to the traffic lights, we encounter signs and use them every day to direct us. Without them, we can get lost and become uncertain about where we are going. The same can be applied to our lives. Many times, we may feel unsure about what direction to take in our lives. […]

    a sign from God, Bible, change the path, Chapters and verses of the Bible, Christian, God, Jesus, where we are going,

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    Marriage course

    Are you a couple going through communication problems? Are you on the verge of separation? Is there strain between you and your partner? Marriage is a lifetime commitment we make to the one we love, but for many couples, marriage becomes a burden and they no longer enjoy being in each other’s company. Furthermore, some […]

    each other’s company, in the near future, value of marriage,

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    The Night of Beatitudes

    In today’s world, we have become so distracted with our day-to-day lives, that we have lost track of what is really important – our relationship with God. Every Wednesday we will have the  “The Night of the Beatitudes” series, where we will be exploring the characteristics of what makes one a true Christian. We will […]

    a true Christian,

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