Whoever you are and wherever you are on this beautiful ball we call ‘Earth' I want to connect with you and let you know that you matter to God and to me.

There is a war raging in the unseen realm for your soul - a war between the kingdom of light and the kingdom of darkness, between good and evil, between truth and error and between life and death.

In Luke 10:29 a lawyer asked Jesus, "And who is my neighbour?" In response, Jesus tells of a priest and a Levite, who seeing a man robbed and injured by thieves and left to die on the side of a road, passed him by. In contrast, a Samaritan, showed compassion and not only stopped to help him but took him to an inn to be cared for. A neighbour, according to Jesus, is one who shows mercy on those in need and does not pass them by.

More than a decade ago God inspired me to write ‘Dear Neighbour' letters. My prayer is that my words will bring hope and healing to all but especially to those who find themselves in spiritual need alongside the road of life. God has been so good to me and it is my privilege to direct your thoughts to Jesus, the lover of your soul.

You are my neighbour and I will not pass you by.




SOUL PROSPERITY is an audio recording that will explain to you the importance of experiencing a ‘spiritual birth'.

Without it your spirit is dead and can never prosper. click here to play



God is Prepared
Thursday, 23 July 2009 17:15
Dear Neighbour,

Life is an adventure and part of the thrill of an adventure is that we never know what may happen next.  It’s the element of surprise and of the unknown that makes for an adventure.  I still have a bookshelf full of childhood adventure stories and don’t seem to be able to part with them.  It must be the child in me. 
Light Surrounds your Shadow
Thursday, 23 July 2009 17:16
Dear Neighbour,

The Winter Solstice has recently brought us the shortest day and the longest night of the year in the Southern Hemisphere and vice versa for the Northern Hemisphere.  This morning my husband and I had to switch the diningroom light on to see our breakfast – it was dark, cold and it had been raining all night.  As I ate my cereal I thought about the heaviness and grayness of the day.  The thick cloud cover successfully hid the lovely winter sunshine that usually streams through our north-facing windows.  At that moment a beautiful thought came into my mind:
Your Place In The Shade
Thursday, 23 July 2009 17:16
Dear Neighbour …   

Mtunzini is a very small coastal town on the North Coast of KwaZulu-Natal.   I was not even aware of its existence but it recently has become our new hometown.  Our estate agent gave us a local map and tourist information and I was intrigued to discover that Mtunzini is named after the Zulu word ‘emthunzini’ meaning ‘a place in the shade’.  The legendary white Zulu chief, John Dunn, used to meet the local tribal elders under the coastal milkwood trees.
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