We wrap up this series on sexual purity with Waturi as she delves into what the Bible says about sexual purity. To access her books (written together with her husband), and their blog articles, you can go to penstrokes.co.ke
Is sexual purity in this century possible? Diana Wanjiru says it absolutely is! She shares her journey of pursuing purity in singlehood to marriage. Let's connect via social media @OvercomeToday on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
We close this topic on mental health - for now - with Clinical Psychologist Roni Wanjagi. This week we tackle mental health and faith, do the two correlate? You can connect with Roni on email firstname.lastname@example.org You can also connect with me on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @OvercomeToday
This week I spoke to Digital Content Creator Karimi Kagwe on her mental health journey and why she is so passionate about it. She mentioned The Depression Project (@realdepressionproject) on Instagram as a great resource on mental health. Let's keep talking, connect with me @overcometoday on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.
It's a brand new season guys!! Amd what a way to kick it off than with a personal story of victory and deliverance from depression. Please note that my story does not in any way rule out the need for professional counselling/therapy or medical advice. If you need help, email me email@example.com and I will see how to connect you with a medical professional.
March is Endometriosis Awareness Month! In a bid to #SpreadTheYellow I'll be talking to phenomenal endo warriors as well as medical and policy practitioners. We kick it off with Elsie Wandera-Odhiambo, Founder of the Endometriosis Foundation of Kenya. If you want to learn more, you can find them on Instagram and Facebook. If you want free medical consultation, check out www.fed.ke
In this episode, I tackle the need for planning your daily activities and developing a routine to be more effective and achieve your goals. It's a challenge for me and will keep you updated in the months to come.
As I celebrate 34 years of living on this earth, I share an equal amount of life lessons. Any life lessons you'd like to share? Comment below! Let's connect - @KenyanMamaTales on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter
We wrap up the Ariela Bible Study series with a lesson on how YOU can impact the world. It was an honour having Ariela Movement's founder Rozee Muchiri on the show. You can connect with her on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @arielamovement
We continue with the Ariela Bible Study series with Rozee Muchiri. This week she talks about renewing your mind after you've discovered your true identity in Christ. You can connect with Rozee on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @arielamovement
We kick off August with a bible study series. The amazing Rozee Muchiri, founder of Ariela Movement will take us through a four-part Bible Study series on how women can be bold and make an impact in the world. You can connect with her on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @arielamovement
We continue with the Self Care seris with Phylis Webi of Nawiri Chronicles. In this episode she tackles social interactions and how to create healthy boundaries. You can connect with Phylis on Instagram and Facebook @nawirichronicles
We continue the Self Care series with Phylis Webi of Nawiri Chronicles. This week, it's all about taking care of your emotional state.
You can connect with me on @kenyanmamatales on Instagram, Facebook amd Twitter. You can connect with Phylis on @nawirichronicles on Instagram and Facebook.
This June, we will focus on Self Care - what it really means and why it's so important. The amazing Phylis Webi of Nawiri Chronicles will take us through this series because she truly is the "Self Care Queen".
Anne Kamau a.k.a Ciiku wa Soxxy struggled to conceive after being diagnosed with PCOS. She believes her two children are a gift from God, and seeks to encourage women struggling to conceive. You can connect with her on @cyster_sister254 on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.
We kick off May with a twist to Mother's Day month. I will focus on mothers in waiting, or mothers who struggled to conceive. This week, Sheila Tele shares her story on battling infertility and why society needs to be a little bit more kind.