Storytelling across the Railway Line

We have joined ventures with the incredible Isiphambano: Center for Biblical Justice. Isiphambano hosted an evening in which 3 women bravely shared their stories.

“One of key pillars of the apartheid era was the building of roads, railway lines and an education system designed to keep us apart from one another. To keep us ignorant of how different our stories and lived experiences were. Many of those spatial and cultural divisions remain firmly entrenched today. Three woman Minah Koela Nadine Bowers Du Toit and Linda Martindale from different backgrounds share their stories of growing up and coming to faith in South African and how their faith has shaped their interaction with faith and justice in post-apartheid South Africa ” – Isiphambano

To listen to these brave women, click HERE for the podcast link.

A brief intro

“Isiphambano Centre for Biblical Justice is a study and training centre dedicated to developing a holistic, theological and cross-centred response to racial and economic injustice within the South African context”


We believe in their efforts for justice and reconciliation, and especially believe in the power of stories. Take a look at their website to discover more.

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The power of shameful stories

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