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Passionate about seeing people

I grew up in a Christian home. My dad died before I was 4. My mom was only 34 at the time. Although I knew Jesus as my personal saviour since the age of 5, the basic needs that only a father can provide to a child were not adequately met. I incurred wounds such as fear of abandonment and not trusting God to protect me, to name only two.

Falling in love

I met my husband, Deon, in our first year at Stellenbosch University. He studied law and I

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