I was raised in a slum called Kawangware in Nairobi, Kenya. My father abandoned us, so my mother brought us up as a single mum. My twin brother died of malnutrition as a baby, so it was my two sisters... More

Working with young people was always going to be a big part of my life. My first job was during the summer holidays with YMCA Daycamps when I was in sixth... More

I was diagnosed with limp-girdle muscular dystrophy when I was 12. It is a muscle-wasting disease, so your muscles get weaker until you get to a point... More

I haven’t always been as committed to my Christian faith as I am today, but over the last seven years,... More

I grew up in a loving and caring Christian home, where the Bible was valued and praying together as a... More

For the past eight years I have been involved in youth work as a volunteer, a youth theatre practitioner,... More

I come from a family of teachers. Looking at my family tree, the majority of my family are teachers of... More

One of the most striking memories of my childhood was being in year three and asking the teacher for... More

In February 1991 my husband Clive was rushed to hospital, diagnosed with a heart condition and given... More

I went to a small Christian school from year six to year eleven; there were only 18 pupils in my whole... More