I am sharing my experience with anyone out there waiting to have their first job interview and are clueless on what to do despite the many interview tips articles online.
So should miracles have a price tag? It's not a yes or no answer for me but how the asking of Christians to give is presented which becomes an issue for some and myself. Is it possible to ask Christians to give without the promise of a 24 hour miracle but to give and live in expectancy of God’s blessings?
#EqualButDifferent is a book offering solutions to gender, race and social class problems retrogressing the lives of South African women and even other African women on the continent.
Well, because the year is almost ended and you may feel like you didn’t get what you prayed for and you are late in attaining a goal you may have set for yourself this year. Or you may be feeling left behind as you watched many of your friends getting married; your plans to travel never came to pass; your plans of going back to school didn’t become a reality; your dream of starting a business never manifested.
I am still saving everyday and things are looking positive as we save towards our vacation time. I believe by the end of this month, there will be enough saving to use in our vacation especially in buying the plane tickets.
Do you live on your own? Just got married? Let me ask you this pertinent question.” How do you buy your groceries?” As and when they finish or you buy in bulk? Have you ever considered that buying in bulk can help you save extra cash which can go into a savings account to earn more interest?