Texas native, Casey Donahew has painstakingly carved out an impressive niche for himself on the country music scene over the past decade, attracting a solid base of loyal fans who flock to his legendary live shows...
Seele is turning to African artisans like Adam Foya, an entrepreneur who lives in Tanzania’s commercial port, Dar es Salaam. Adam now designs and sells apparel, bags, and accessories with his company, Xarafa Clothing & Accessories.
Steven Harper heads up CV Outreach in the UK. CV's heart and passion is to introduce people to Jesus in this new mission field, the Internet. He engages with Churches and Christian Organisations, and helps build partnerships with CV.
Tameika Isaac Devine, is a practicing attorney, an elected official, an entrepreneur, professional speaker, and best-selling author. She and her husband Jamie, lost their son, and Tameika shares her experience in this Seele Magazine interview.
In a dim-lit boxing ring in the West of London, meets a group of Christians who have two things in common: to pray for the city of London and to see people come to know Jesus. Jamie Sewell, the London leader for the Message Trust and the one behind Remnant London speaks with Seele.
Seele Magazine recently sat down with Wichet in his restaurant Supawan, and asked him questions about his life, businesses, and asked him his advice on being an entrepreneur in London. He has founded two businesses in London: Aflorum, his flower shop and Supawan, his Thai restaurant, both from passion, skill, being realistic about his abilities, and hard work.
Jo Saxton is a Nigerian Londoner, a Brit living in the United States. And she is the chair of the board of 3Dmovements, a non-profit organization that seeks to change the world by putting discipleship and mission back into the hands of ordinary people. chair of the board of 3Dmovements
Erica Campbell has released 2 solo albums as well as 7 albums with her sister as part of the dynamic duo “Mary Mary”. She is the host of the new nationally syndicated radio show "Get Up! Mornings with Erica Campbell.”
Amy Orr-Ewing is the EMEA Director for the Ravi Zacharias International Ministries and Director of the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics (OCCA). Amy is passionate about always having an answer to many of the pressing cultural issues of the day. And she strives to bring her formidable theological knowledge to bear on a wide variety of subjects.
Tanja Tomic is one of Macedonia’s leading public policy experts. She has been elected to various leadership positions, both municipally and nationally, her most recent one being a member of Macedonia's Parliament.
Vietnamese- German actress, Minh-Khai Phan Thi talks about her passion of acting and TV Presenting. She opens up about when she knew she wanted to be on the stage, her acting work, being a mom, being Vietnamese- German, and her work in philanthropy.
Victoria Bridges has been a documentary filmmaker for most of her career. She’s half American, having gone to Harvard University, but she lives in the UK with her husband and daughter. Now she’s heading up a chapter of Global Girl Media in London.
Judge Katie Nichols Harrod opens up about what she has learned in how God has orchestrated her journey from applying to law school to becoming a lawyer- specializing in family law, to becoming an Administrative Law Judge in the United States.
During her time in the Bush Administration, Charity Wallace, was the Deputy Chief of Protocol of the United States and Director of Advance for First Lady Laura Bush, and from 2009-2010, Charity was the Chief of Staff to Mrs. Laura Bush.
Christine Caine is a is a respected evangelists, speaker, author, and activists. She's also a wife and mother, and she cofounded the A21 Campaign, an anti-human trafficking organization that fights slavery around the globe with her husband, Nick.
Alvin Portee, Jr. - speaks about going into the U.S. Air Force at at 17, becoming a mortician, running for a county-wide seat for over 20 years in South Carolina, investing in today’s young men & faith.
Fitri Rosanty ‘occupies her street,’ a Carl Lentz expression, meaning that she’s doing her own thing, focusing on her God given talent as a chemist, as well as her friendships, and being a blessing at her local church.
Marie Smith- "Anna Wintour inspires me. Her belief that when you are decisive, you actually get more accomplished, and people believe in what you are doing instead of you not being confident in your decision making. I really resonate with that."
Ivan Ann: "Youths today need discipleship and to hear and know God's Word. They need spiritual guidance and to be mentored in Godliness. The world is so full of distractions, colorful advertisements and social media that are screaming for our youth’s attention. We have to constantly fight for their focus."
Lizzy Rider- "Suddenly losing my Mum was definitely not something I saw coming. I was expecting to have many years with her left and so it is painful. Yet the experience has also been strangely enlightening."
Caroline: A Journalist, a Photographer, and a Traveler "In a few decisive moments where I was so close to letting go, and then suddenly realised it had always been a bigger part of my life than I thought possible - I slowly began to discover, love and be stunned by a God that I never really came across in 18 years."
Alvin Allokendek is from an archipelago nation of thousands of islands that God has made my heart sensitive to caring about these past few years, and that also happens to have the largest Muslim population in the world- Indonesia.
When I got the news I had cancer I was devastated. At the time I got the news I felt God was very far away. I felt HE had forsaken me, and HE did not care. I wondered what I had done that was so bad that God was punishing me for. I cried and I cried.