The Blessings Of Not Paying Tithes

When I used to tithe and pay church offerings, I was always broke. Yes, I tried and tested the 'Try me, and see if I will not open the floodgates of Heaven' verse but unfortunately it didn't quite work for me. I did bring all my tithes and offerings into the storehouse, (literally) and I … Continue reading The Blessings Of Not Paying Tithes

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Madonna’s ‘Satanism’ Is Doing More Good For Africa Than The African God.

So yesterday Madonna 59, shared a rare picture of herself surrounded by her six children Lourdes, 21, Rocco, 17, Mercy James, 12, David, 12 and her five-year-old twins Estere and Stella, which she titled 'Tree Of Life'. She is back in Malawi celebrating the anniversary of a children's hospital Mercy James Pediatric Hospital she opened … Continue reading Madonna’s ‘Satanism’ Is Doing More Good For Africa Than The African God.

Mother Of 6 Diaries: Sometimes Beauty Has To Come First

Having 6 children has not stopped me from being the woman I want to be. It's not easy but I still have to try my best to stay young and beautiful. Even if it means having my make-up done whilst holding my new-born Chaka. Talking of make-up, I remember last year Jamelia made some headlines … Continue reading Mother Of 6 Diaries: Sometimes Beauty Has To Come First

Is There Trouble In Paradise For The Duchess Of Sussex?

Maybe it's just me, but I really sense some deep trouble in paradise for Meghan. When I look at her pictures, I see a woman who is not really at peace with herself. Firstly I think she seems to be losing a lot of weight, that's normally a sign of unhappiness, especially if its weight … Continue reading Is There Trouble In Paradise For The Duchess Of Sussex?

Is Danai Gurira Being The New Face Of Reebok An Achievement For Black Women?

Though I'm inspired that  Danai Guirira has become the new face of Reebok. I don't see this as an achievement, because I feel as a people we should be at a stage where we actually don't celebrate black people being picked as brand ambassadors. We should be owning our own global household brands. As black … Continue reading Is Danai Gurira Being The New Face Of Reebok An Achievement For Black Women?

Welcome To The UK President Trump

When I was a little girl, back in Zimbabwe, if anyone inspired me, I took my pencil out and drew them.  My pencil was my only way of connecting with anyone who touched my heart. Call me weird, but I have no intention of reverting to 'normal' anytime soon. As a grown black woman, I … Continue reading Welcome To The UK President Trump

Introducing Our New You Tube Channel, Offeh Family

Ok, so it's been long time coming, but our You Tube channel is finally up and running. The kids are supper excited, especially my older ones. The boys are addicted to You Tube home videos so we are excited to let you guys have a little glimpse of our family life. Before I share with … Continue reading Introducing Our New You Tube Channel, Offeh Family

Why I Thank God My Children Were Not Born In Africa

No disrespect, but had my 6 children been born in Africa I would have spent most of my time fighting their school teachers than being a mother. Growing up in Zimbabwe for me meant teachers had the full authority and rights to brutally 'beat' any child in their care. There were no regulations or control … Continue reading Why I Thank God My Children Were Not Born In Africa

Dear Black Women, Stop Whoring With Your Spiritual Daddies

There was a time when I was so lost and brainwashed. I used to kneel before a man out of fear. I gave him a level of respect I had never given to any man.  I reverenced him more than I had ever reverenced my own father. This man I knelt before was not my … Continue reading Dear Black Women, Stop Whoring With Your Spiritual Daddies