Love Has Come-A concert

Today,I come bearing good tidings,“Love Has Come” You must be wondering,what love has come,from where,by who and where do you put it or what do you do with it?? Sit back and I give you all the 411.

Love Has Come is a concert organised by Worship Harvest Kibuye,one of the many locations under Worship Harvest Ministries.

It is happening on 13th December ,2018 at Muganzirwaza commercial building (the home of Worship Harvest Kibuye) from 7:00pm-9:00pm. Tickets go for 10,000/=

The concert is a way of giving thanks to God for all the great things He has done and continues to do at Worship Harvest Kibuye. What better way to celebrate than through music with the world.

The headlining artistes are Brian Lubega who has popular and loved songs like Nungamya, Wakitiibwa,Wegukubira -my personal favorite under his belt.Check him out of Facebookhttps://web.facebook.com/brianlubegamusic/

Walter Wa an artist,producer and the location pastor of WHKibuye will be ministering in some of his songs Kaneyagale, Njayaniragwe,Winner feauturing Levixone and so much more. Check out his music on soundcloud https://soundcloud.com/walter-wandera-adonia

Denis Beloved a versatile artist, with songs like Taking over,New Creation and Inyin Yesu(one of my favorite songs) and You do me well. Check out his music on soundcloud https://soundcloud.com/denisbelovedCheck him out on Facebookhttps://web.facebook.com/denisbeloved/

Secure your ticket now ,comment and I will deliver it to you.

See you there!!

Wedding tales Two

On 3rd August,I watched one of my best friends walk down the aisle.My heart literally burst with joy.I was overwhelmed.

I also had the privilege of being highly involved during her wedding preparations as treasurer and coordinator.

Here are a few things that I learnt that could make your wedding preparations easier if your next in line;

+Negotiate good deals from all service providers.It helps when you know them personally or a friend has used them before.All service providers for the wedding we’re friends to either the bride,groom,myself or someone we knew.

+Decor package-The decor package ought to include bride`s bouquet and bridesmaids bouquets as well as bridal cars. Don’t forget to discuss this with your decor person.

+Food tasting and makeup-Plan for food tasting,cake tasting, and make-up trials. You need to know what to expect,make changes with the service providers as you guide them.

+Photography-Meet with your photographer way before the wedding day and agree on what he/she ought to focus on. With the craze of pre-wedding shoots,have a session with your photographer.

+Agree on numbers. Know the number of people you are planning to invite and be strict about it.Remember numbers inflate budgets.

+Ensure the committee is filled with people who can do their job without being reminded.

+Church-Upon agreeing on church,find out what requirements and payments the church needs in order for you to get married.

+Choose a church that is not too far from your reception venue. Agatha and Manzi had their wedding at St.Luke`s Church,Ntinda and reception was at Kabira country club.

+Order of service-Ask the church for an order of service and go ahead and personalize it to your liking. Get your song list that comprises walk in songs for bridal team and the entire church ceremony.

+Pre-marital counselling-Some churches are not keen on pre-marital counseling therefore get a counselor or a couple you respect and start your pre-marital counseling journey.

+MC-Meet with your MC and bounce off ideas for your program.

+Hiring dresses-If you’re hiring bride`s gown and entourage dresses, have your national ID,work ID or driver’s permit.You will need to leave some form of identification in order to have the outfits released to you. Endeavor to return the dresses in good condition.

+Co-ordinate finances with the committee and be in the loop about everything.

+Pay the service providers 70% ASAP and,keep paying up so by wedding day everyone is sorted.And in case they are not, keep in touch with the service providers and PAY THEM BACK. It’s good manners.

What else do you think couples in the preparation stage should pay attention too??

Taking stock Three

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Making: more time for prayer

Eating: matooke & groundnuts stew(katogo)

Drinking:Lots of water. This has become a ritual.

Reading:Dreams from my father by Barack Obama.

Wanting:To attend Praise Fest hosted by CITAM church in Kenya,and Travis Greene is on the lineup. It’s happening on 30th November, a day after my birthday. Just had to put it out there.😋😋

Playing:Trap house (1-3)sermons by Pastor John Gray

Wasting: no time in petty parties. I can’t deal with petty people.

Creating:content that makes me happy

Wishing:For a getaway in November.

Enjoying:Watching #Crystal1on1 by Crystal A.Newman. Her you tube channel is everything. There is power in telling your story.

Wondering:how we can help our girls stop the self doubt.

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Loving:the season I am in .

Hoping: I understand how much God loves me and it sinks in. He is a good good father.

Marvelling:at how God is always speaking to us.

Smelling: coconut oil (I use it in my hair & on my body)

Wearing: necklaces with literally everything 🤣🤣🤣

Following: Lisa Bevere, this lady is amazing. Her content is good and she is passionate about ladies. This is a setup by God.

Noticing: how readers of the blog, prefer this series to book reviews😂😂

Knowing: God is strategic .He doesn’t waste time,energy, resources. There is a climax to everything you’ve been through

Bookmarking: quotes from Obama’s book, Dreams from my Father.

Opening: up to myself. Learning to be vulnerable with me.Allowing my self to understand me, my pain, my worries, my feelings.They matter

Giggling: at the fact that TV is plastic,what you see is not what you get.

Feeling:loved & excited about November.

Happy November,

Love on Love

Kizza❤️

©Racheal Kizza 2018