Denise with Lauren Jacobs on South African Podcast

Join Denise for a discussion of place, travel and belonging in an interview with Lauren Jacobs, host of the South Africa podcast “Voice of Change”.

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Home: a four-letter word that produces an ache of one sort or another. For some a local bar room “…where everybody knows your name.” Romantically for others, the hearth – a smiling welcome home and warm meal. For too many, increasingly less than a positive thought, best forgotten. But for people of true faith, the place we were made for and long to be.

I pray that you will enjoy my discussion of place, travel and belonging in an interview with my friend and sister in Christ, Lauren Aliyah Jacobs, host of the South Africa-based Voice of Change podcast.

Lauren’s podcast is produced for a millennial audience with deep roots in the Christian faith who are seeking real conversations, answers and real change. Mrs. Jacobs is an award-winning author and social justice journalist. She discusses current social issues and the pressing realities pulling on our world’s conscience today on Radio Cape Pulpit (729 AM), an independent, trans-cultural and trans-denominational media organisation out of Cape Town, South Africa.

Author: Denise S. Armstrong

I am Denise Stair Armstrong - worshipper. My purpose is to glorify God by enjoying Him in all of His Creation, among His People, His Bride, the Church; accentuating His glorious Bridge of reconciliation — the Cross of Jesus Christ — through words laced with His Truth, and cast abroad in the world He loves, and died and lives again to save. I was born and raised Jamaican, where I also received my formal education at Shortwood Teachers' College and the University of the West Indies, specializing in English Language & Literatures in English. The remainder of my education was gained by homeschooling our three wonderful children (Joseph, Charis, and Timothy) and parenting them with my husband Claude. My passion is worship expressed primarily through writing inspirational pieces that urge readers not to miss how much the Lord has "cramm'd earth with heaven", to quote Elizabeth Barrett Browning. My heart is to encourage community, in the best sense of the word, through exalting the cross of Calvary. I enjoy reading, writing, cooking, gardening, theatre and ballroom dancing (only with Claude!) and digging into the Word of God.

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