After giving birth to her first child during COVID-19 lockdowns, Breane felt inspired to help other women facing the challenges of motherhood in isolation. With the support of Mums At The Table, she’s been running a ministry dedicated to mums in the community and providing a safe place for them.
Louise and Leslie have at least 10 families from the community attending their playgroup every week.
“As Christians, it’s our duty to respond to cries for help and, with these mums, it’s in the simplest way possible: Being a friend,” says Melody Tan, project manager of Mums At The Table.
Avondale alumna gets government grant to tell “untold stories” of mothers representing more than 50 cultures.
If you sometimes turn up to church to eat or socialise, Sonja Kama has a message for you: “be nourished.”
For Melody Tan, life isn’t “richer” or “complete” because she has a child. It’s simply different.
Danijela Schubert didn’t want to marry a pastor, nor a man with blond hair; she got both. She also never wanted to be a leader, yet she is currently the associate division secretary for the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the South Pacific. This is her story.
Love looks beyond the immediate, towards the everlasting.