With the launch of our website church.wysza.org you can now download new resources to help your church community feel more connected.
Cross Culture City Church is using What’s Your Story? to shatter stereotypesread more
She has no regrets about her past despite a childhood filled with abuse and trauma.read more
Taizé youth conference pilgrims learn the power of What’s Your Story? when discussing gender-based-violence, reconciliation and unity
“Youth without faith is a day without sun” – Maria Louise Raméread more
Understanding yourself is the first step in the journey to knowing othersread more
Foreign nationals living in Johannesburg talk about their struggles in finding a home away from home
The Sister Mura Foundation is providing medical, financial, and emotional support while upskilling foreign nationals living with HIV/AIDS in SA.read more
Tshwane church leaders commit to championing reconciliation in their communities.
Student leaders identify storysharing as a positive tool to help deal with challengesread more
Olefile Masangane has achieved what he thought would be impossibleread more
Father Babychan Arackathara has been working as a chaplain in SA’s prisons for over 20 years. He is an advocate of the the human rights of prisoners and has a remarkable track record of restorative justice, bringing healing to offenders as well as victims and their families. He tells the stories of prisoners in a way that exposes us to new ways of understanding.read more