Hello World! I am so excited and delighted to introduce to you a Global Christian Organization and the home for all Online Evangelists in the world. I am glad, for the opportunity to interview the Organization and here are the answers to the interview questions I asked, with the aim of telling you what this […]
Many times in life, decisions are made on the spur of the moment… split-second decisions that may negatively impact our lives. What we fail to realize is that God has already been working on a plan for each of us. His plans are for our good. He never plans harm. Though we may take a wrong path whether of our own choosing or the destructive plans of others, God is always there waiting for us to find Him and reach for the future that He has planned for each of us. May we all find His plan for us…
Jeremiah 29:11 says “For I know the plans I have for you,” says the Lord. “They are plans for good and not for disaster, to give you a future and a hope.”
by Secret Angel of Secret Angel Ministry and The Abuse Expose’ with Secret Angel
Zimbabwe’s current reputation as one of the most corrupt countries in the world is somewhat unsurprising when you consider their history. Like Botswana, Zimbabwe was used and abused early on by Cecil Rhodes and the British South Africa Company (BSAC). After acquiring the mineral rights of the country, the British launched an attack (based off mistaken intel) and killed the king. Although this move was supposedly accidental, Britain and BSAC profited highly from it, and Britain assumed control of the country, renaming it Southern Rhodesia (after Cecil Rhodes). Between 1895 and 1914 about 25,000 Europeans emigrated to modern-day Zimbabwe.
It was the 1922 referendum with whites choosing to become a self-governing colony that caused the largest racial conflicts to date, and the Land Appointment Act in 1930, giving whites the best farmland, didn’t help.
The war for independence began in 1964, with guerrilla warfare and farm raids caused many whites…
View original post 324 more words
As the natural border between Zambia and Zimbabwe, Victoria Falls pulls millions of visitors from around the world and is the most visited site in Southern Africa. No doubt the falls are impressive. The largest waterfall on the planet and the seventh wonder of the world, Victoria Falls (Mosi-oa-Tunya,” the smoke that thunders) is hidden behind a veil of mist after the rainy season when the Zambezi River is full. For better or for worse, we arrived to the town of Livingstone, Zambia during the dry season, at a time when the falls are at their lowest. However this period is also the only window during the year that people are allowed to swim in the outrageously scary Devil’s Pool, a pool that is directly at the edge of the falls.
View original post 565 more words
Writing these histories is an exercise in monotonous masochism. Each country sounds the same and it’s always bad. Malawi, of course, is no different. Like every country in Africa (except Ethiopia), it was colonized, this time by the British. Like all Southern African countries, Cecil Rhodes came in and fucked it up.
Malawi gained its independence in the 1960s (the year is vague because the Brits sort of stopped caring), and resistance leader Hastings Banda was released from prison and was made president. He quickly assumed the role of an African president, declaring himself “president for life,” forcing those who opposed him into exile, banning alternative political parties, foreign press, women’s trousers and long hair on men. He also gave support to the apartheid state of South Africa. What a guy.
View original post 214 more words