Inside Story

“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.” ― Maya Angelou,

Stories have a strange kind of power. They compel ideologies, engage audiences and release the speaker into a whole new dimension of trust.

This past week the students presented their stories, each with a touching recall of what had happened in their life. The feature included the good, bad and the ugly from early years to their current reality.

The key in this week is for students to have a deeper understanding of each other. Becoming aware of their pasts determines where we seek healing for the future. The focus of sharing is for each student to experience the freedom of transparency.

This week of in-depth soul searching created an atmosphere of acceptance, strengthening the bond in the changeroom. They can rely on each other, and for the most part walk together on the journey of their Meta year. This holds a high praised value of transparency, that which is seen and does not need any evidence of. For this case, seeing is believing and others can see the fruit of your life for themselves.

Sharing of stories is powerful not only teaching others but unlocking something in yourself.

May you be challenged to tell your story and not be ashamed of what God has done and what He is going to do.

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Created By
Gert Koekemoer


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