Yafe believes Buru is her Mr. Right, but his bad behavior troubles her. She wants to marry him, nonetheless, but her best friend prays the relationship should fail. Which of them is right in her supposition? Will her friend's prayer be answered or will Yafe go ahead with the belief that abusive Buru is the God-sent husband for her?
When Catherine and Stan meet, each is grieving the loss of a lover. Empathy draws their hearts together, and love blooms, but an incident happens that causes Stan to consider a rethink. Will their love survive?
Mar 23, 20 07:29 AM
During heartbreak, after a painful breakup, you should never do this. Rather seek to heal in the right way
Mar 22, 20 06:10 AM
I knew it wasn't a dream because the emotions were too intense. Ken stood before me, as young and attractive as I'd last seen him five years ago.
Mar 22, 20 05:39 AM
"There's a lot of beauty in ordinary things," the pastor said.
Mar 22, 20 05:15 AM
Shouting for joy, I stepped out of the fairly used, grey Mercedes-Benz E 320. "Mama, come and see the new car."
Mar 22, 20 04:46 AM
A painful breakup can be more painful if you don't know how to move. Healing from heartbreak with maturity is possible
Mar 21, 20 01:42 PM
Bethany and Helga each yearn for that special one, Mr. Right, who will transform their dreams into reality. Their fears are different, and so are…
Mar 21, 20 01:21 PM
God can show you who to marry. It is a thing of guidance from a loving heavenly Father