Women are wonderful creatures of God.
A proof of God’s artistry.
Although with a lot of cares like what to wear, what to use and what not, some of us are still kingdom ambassadors and passionately chasing after God – a relentless pursuit. Coupled with that, some women are career women.
How then do we give to Caesar what is Caesar’s and to God, what is God’s?
How do I balance my school/career work, my relationship and service for God and looking beautiful?
I had this amazing interview with the beautiful Sandra Areh on “The fabulous, God-loving career woman. – Striking a balance.”
You’re sure going to learn a thing or two..
Dupe: Welcome to Dupe’s blog ma. Can we meet you?
Sandra Areh: My name is Sandra Areh.
Dupe: What do you do?
Sandra Areh: I work as a Personal Assistant to a Legislator.
Dupe: On a scale of 1-10, how busy are you with work daily?
Sandra Areh: On the average 7-8
Dupe: Wow that’s on the high side.
How long have you been born again?
Sandra Areh: Over 7yrs.
Dupe: Great. Meaning you were still in school then?
Sandra Areh: Yes, I made the decision in my first week in school after I gained admission, although I was raised in a Christian home and I loved God.
Dupe: Were you involved in kingdom activities whilst in school?
Sandra Areh: Yes I was
Dupe: Was it easy? Having to do that along with school work.
Sandra Areh: I would say my time was planned, I had what you’ll call a triangular lifestyle- Lectures, church and back to my hostel. It wasn’t so demanding because I loved it…
Can you share some of the challenges and struggles you had? If any.
Sandra Areh: Challenges in what area?
Dupe: Lecture/assignments and church/fellowship meetings. Did your lecture time disrupt your time for God?
Sandra Areh: Not necessarily. Most of my spiritual activities were in the evening/nights and I had lectures from morning-afternoon sometimes evening… There was really no disruption.
Although, at some point I had to withdraw a little from some spiritual groups because my commitment was dropping due to time constraints and I put in my all into a select few.