Welcome To My Home … The Guest

This time is the turn of the guest.
Here are 9 pointers that would hopefully make a guest a joy to receive?

Can you add any?

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Welcome To My Home … The Host

The guest brings with him opportunities for strengthening the ties of kinship, friendship and neighbourly support.
Here are 9 suggested things for the host to consider to make the most of this visiting opportunity.

What can you add?

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Volunteering … More Than A Label

Salma, Karima and Laila met at Dublin airport when their flights were delayed because of the weather conditions. They lived in different European cities and were travelling to visit family, attend weddings and explore. What they had in common and got them into a heated discussion was their strong opinions about volunteering. Giving up some […]

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If you’re on the passenger’s seat, who is driving your life?

Does this sound familiar?

Feeling like your time is not your own. Waiting on others before you make decisions or take the next step. Having achievements to your name that in your heart you don’t feel they are yours. It could be because you’re not really sure where you’re heading to so any direction will do. Or perhaps your life is being driven by other people’s expectations and plans or your own fears and limiting beliefs. 

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Who’s Da Man?!

A while ago, a poem by Asma Elbadawi titled ‘Boys will be boys’ was doing the rounds on Facebook. Her spoken word poem was about masculinity. In it, Asma mentioned that a man’s pride is attached to his toughness and lack of emotional expression. She called men to break the cycle and be brave enough […]

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Wake Up and Smell the Jebena

  Do you remember when I told you about Rosemary’s Parisian Cat? I thought I would share with you the faith story that I used to tell when I took part in 3FF’s school programme. This is a good point in the year to reflect on my story. On my beginnings in the UK over […]

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