Crossing cultures led Cobus van Schalkwyk to minister in diversity
Cross Culture City Church is using What’s Your Story? to shatter stereotypesRead more
Taizé youth conference pilgrims learn the power of What’s Your Story? when discussing gender-based-violence, reconciliation and unity
“Youth without faith is a day without sun” – Maria Louise Ramé Read more
What’s Your Story? campaign impacts student leaders
Student leaders identify storysharing as a positive tool to help deal with challengesRead more
Storytelling breaks stereotypes about criminals
Father Babychan Arackathara has been working as a chaplain in SA’s prisons for over 20 years. He is an advocate of the the human rights of prisoners and has a remarkable track record of restorative justice, bringing healing to offenders as well as victims and their families. He tells the stories of prisoners in a way that exposes us to new ways of understanding.Read more
A story of Resilience and Loving Above All Else
Aspiring film producer Lyndall Stephenson on her What's Your Story? experience in SARead more
A lot of people can’t relate to how apartheid affected Coloured people
Growing up under the apartheid regime, René recalls how her own family was almost torn apart because of different skin tones.
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