Avoid having our relationships on life support

By Innocent Maziya

We do not wait for our cars to breakdown before we take them for service, we don’t wait until we are ill before we go for medical check-ups (at least we shouldn’t). Instead, we try to make sure that our cars are regularly serviced and we give our bodies the necessary attention, eating well, exercising, to keep them healthy. This is what we do for everything that we love and from which we expect so much. Continue reading “Avoid having our relationships on life support”

Bishop’s statement on violence

“I am offering you life or death,
blessing or curse”
(Dt 30: 19)

“God’s familiar words in the book of Deuteronomy calls us to choose between life and death. Even more, God invites his people to: “choose life, then, so that you and your descendants may live” (Dt 30:19).

Unfortunately, in eSwatini, it is becoming more and more clear that our choice is death.” Continue reading “Bishop’s statement on violence”