I love dancing, I hate running. I love people and connection, I hate division.

I love nature, I hate concrete. I moved from London to Cape Town and work in a voluntary role with a local NGOs and churches.

I love truth, I hate lies; the lies people believe about themselves – I’m quick to spot them. I long for people to walk in the truth and fullness of who they are, free from all that holds them back. I spend time with people: listening, encouraging, praying. I long to be a mid-wife of hope and healing in people’s lives, as God releases them to fulfill their purpose.

On Camps Bay beach, Cape Town.

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  1. Hi Hilary – fascinated to read your articles and delighted to learn that you are so settled in South Africa. Luke’s memorial cricket match is on July 22nd this year. Should this coincide with one of your trips to the UK it would be great to see you on the boundary!
    Ronnie Westell

    • Thanks so much Ronnie, lovely to hear from you. Yes I am very settled and happy here.
      Sadly I won’t be in the Uk in July, but i I had been I would have loved to be there.
      Much love

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